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2006 The Impact of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme on Competitiveness in EuropeOberndorfer, Ulrich; Rennings, Klaus
2006 The impacts of the European Emissions Trading Scheme on competitiveness and employment in Europe: A literature reviewObernhofer, Ulrich; Rennings, Klaus; Sahin, Bedia
2008 Wegweiser für die 'Bali-Roadmap': Ökonomische Konzepte für die Klimaverhandlungen nach BaliLöschel, Andreas; Moslener, Ulf; Rennings, Klaus; Sturm, Bodo
2008 Inkrementelle versus radikale Innovationen am Beispiel der KraftwerkstechnikRennings, Klaus; Markewitz, Peter; Vögele, Stefan
2008 A Lead Market Approach Towards the Emergence and Diffusion of Coal-fired Power Plant TechnologyRennings, Klaus; Smidt, Wilko
2009 Increasing energy and resource efficiency through innovation: an explorative analysis using innovation survey dataRennings, Klaus; Rammer, Christian
2009 What's Driving Sustainable Energy Consumption? A Survey of the Empirical LiteratureWüstenhagen, Rolf; Schleich, Joachim; Rennings, Klaus; Heinzle, Stefanie; Brohmann, Bettina
2009 How clean is clean? Incremental versus radical technological change in coal-fired power plantsRennings, Klaus; Markewitz, Peter; Vögele, Stefan
2010 The impact of regulation-driven environmental innovation on innovation success and firm performanceRennings, Klaus; Rammer, Christian
2010 Long-term impacts of environmental policy and eco-innovative activities of firmsRennings, Klaus; Rexhäuser, Sascha
2011 Determinants of eco-innovations by type of environmental impact. The role of regulatory push/pull, technology push and market pullHorbach, Jens; Rammer, Christian; Rennings, Klaus
2012 Lead markets for clean coal technologies: A case study for China, Germany, Japan and the USAHorbach, Jens; Chen, Qian; Rennings, Klaus; Vögele, Stefan
2012 Environmental innovation and employment dynamics in different technology fields: An analysis based on the German community innovation survey 2009Horbach, Jens; Rennings, Klaus
2013 Environmental innovations and profitability: How does it pay to be green? An empirical analysis on the German innovation surveyGhisetti, Claudia; Rennings, Klaus
2013 Do first mover advantages for producers of energy efficient appliances exist? The case of refrigeratorsCleff, Thomas; Rennings, Klaus
2016 Klimaverträglichkeit und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit in Einklang bringen – Ergebnisse und Lösungsansätze aus der KlimaökonomiePittel, Karen; Rennings, Klaus; Sommerfeld, Katrin; Wackerbauer, Johann