ingmar schumacher

(mostly) environmental economics

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[31] Adrien Fabre, Lucas Bretschger, Éric Chaney, Maxime Chambonnet, Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, Thomas Douenne, Christian Flachsland, Jean-Michel Glachant, Christian Gollier, Théo Konc, Linus Mattauch, Luisa Neubauer, Christian de Perthuis, Agustín Pérez-Barahona, Grischa Perino, Antoine Pietri, Armon Rezai, Francesco Ricci, Sidonie Ruban, Katheline Schubert, Ingmar Schumacher, Julia Steinberger, Thomas Sterner, Rick Van der Ploeg, Gernot Wagner, Cees Withagen, “Call to European leaders: do not bury the ETS2“, also published in Le Monde (Thursday, June 9, 2022), and Euractiv (Jun 7, 2022).

[30] Ingmar Schumacher, Edward B. Barbier, Simone Borghesi, Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, Timo Goeschl, Maria L. Loureiro, David Maddison, Linus Mattauch, Agustin Perez-Barahona, Karen Pittel, Armon Rezai, Katheline Schubert, Thomas Sterner, Rick van der Ploeg, Cees Withagen, “Stopping Russian fossil fuel imports will help the green transition“, Sustainable Future Policy Lab: Opinions, 2022-001.


[29] Should social media platforms be allowed to censor?, January 2021, to be reprinted in the book “The New Censorship”, Greenhaven Publishing.

[28] Ian Bateman, Christian Gollier, Phoebe Koundouri, Ingmar Schumacher, “Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta Awarded Kew International Medal for Contributions to Science, Conservation and the Critical Challenges Facing Humanity,” Environmental and Resource Economics volume 80, pages 197–198 (2021).

[27] The importance of a green stimulus in India, Ideas for India, 4th June 2021. (pdf version)

[26] Schumacher, I. “Climate change is not our only problem, but there is a solution”, Sustainable Future Policy Lab: Opinions, 2021-001. pdf


[25] Une crise révélatrice, Luxemburger Wort, 1 August 2020. (pdf)

[24] Covid-19 kommt wieder – was tun?, Luxemburger Tageblatt, 18 July 2020, joint with Guy Meunier. (pdf)

[23] Robert Elliott, Agustin Perez-Barahona, Cees Withagen, “The Covid-19 crisis must not undermine the green transition”, Sustainable Future Policy Lab: Opinions, 2020-002. pdf

[22] Wege aus der Krise: mildes versus gravierendes Szenario, Luxemburger Wort, 4 April 2020.

[21] For now, relax focus on green transition, Financial Times, 1 April 2020. For a deeper discussion see here.

[20] Die Coronakrise – wie lange, wie schwer?, Luxemburger Tageblatt, 25 März 2020.

[19] The emissions gap, The Ecologist, 28th January 2020.

[18] Is adaptation to climate damages a blessing or a curse for developing nations?, Ideas for India, 22nd January 2020.


[17] Reducing emissions is a ‘public good’, The Ecologist, 4th October 2019.

[16] Climate breakdown drives inequality, The Ecologist, 19th June 2019.

[15]  Environmental Migration as an Adaptation Strategy in sub-Saharan Africa (with L. Marchiori, J.F. Maystadt), UN conference proceedings, forthcoming. (pdf)


[14]    The true cost of disaster insurance makes nuclear power uncompetitive, The Ecologist,, 6th February.


[13]    The Ambient Carbon-Capture Imperative, Project Syndicate,, 26th June.


[11]   Das schwächste Glied, Luxemburger Wort, Samstag 2. Juni. (pdf)


[10]     Basel III Liquidity Regulations and monetary policy transmission in Luxembourg (with G. Giordana), Finance Nation n° 5. (pdf)

[9]       The ups and downs of leverage in Luxembourg’s banks (with G. Giordana), Finance Nation n° 4. (pdf)

[8]       The Impact of the Basel III Liquidity Regulations on the Bank Lending Channel in Luxembourg (with G. Giordana), Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Financial Stability Review 2011. (pdf)

[7]       The leverage cycle in Luxembourg’s banking sector (with G. Giordana),  Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Financial Stability Review 2011. (pdf)

[6]       Developing supported, effective and transparent mitigation strategies in developing countries, in Global Corruption Report: Climate Change, Transparency International, 2011 (joint with Juan Pablo Osorio and Krina Despota).  (pdf)


[5]       Ökolabels in Luxembourg, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 260.

[4]       Mikrokredite: Die Kleinen kommen ganz groß raus, Luxemburger Wort, Samstag, 12. Juni. (pdf)

[3]       Was kann der Grüne Kopenhagen Klimafond wirklich erreichen?, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 254. (pdf)

[2]       Geldpolitik und die ökonomische Krise, Luxemburger Wort, 5. Juni. (pdf)  


[1]       Mikrofinanz-Investmentfonds und ihre Mikrotransparenzen, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 239. (pdf)

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