Publications

Johannes is authoring scientific research reports in the areas of quantitative (theoretical and empirical) and behavioral economics, mostly applied to topics in environmental economics and collective action. His works have been published in internationally renowned peer-reviewed outlets in general and applied economics and psychology. His most-cited article is "Do renewable energy policies reduce carbon emissions? On caps and inter-industry leakage" that appeared in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

Johannes is also engaged in the transfer of his findings and expertise to decision-makers, stakeholders, and the public. Some of his written outputs and further original texts can be found in the environmental economics and methodology sections of his blog.

Peer-reviewed research journal articles

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2020). Energy efficiency promotion backfires under cap-and-trade. Resource and Energy Economics 62, 101189. Available online at ScienceDirectPreprint version available free of charge (see accepted papers below).


T. Goeschl and J. Jarke (2017). Trust but verify? Monitoring, observation costs, and opportunism under limited observability. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 142, 320-330. Available online at ScienceDirectPreprint version available free of charge (see accepted papers below).

 


J. Jarke and G. Perino (2017). Do renewable energy policies reduce carbon emissions? On caps and inter-industry leakage. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 84, 102-124. Available online at ScienceDirectPreprint version available free of charge (see accepted papers below).


T. Goeschl and J. Jarke (2016). Second and third party punishment under costly monitoring. Journal of Economic Psychology 54, 124-133. Available online at ScienceDirectPreprint version available free of charge (see accepted papers below).

 


T. Goeschl and J. Jarke (2013). The warnings puzzle: an upstream explanation. Journal of Regulatory Economics 44, 339-360. Available online free of charge at SpringerLink 


Other peer-reviewed or edited publications

S. Aykut, A. Bassen, J. Beyer, M. Brüggemann, T. Busch, E. d’Amico, A. Engels, T. Frisch, E. Gresse, L. Guenther, C. Hedemann, J. Jarke-Neuert, M. Johnson, A. Lange, C. Pavenstädt, G. Perino, J. Petzold, J. Sander, J. Scheffran, F. Schenuit, M. Wickel, A. Wiener, J. Wilkens, C. Zengerling (2021). Assessing the plausibility of deep decarbonization by 2050. D. Stammer, A. Engels, J. Marotzke, E. Gresse, C. Hedemann, and J. Petzold (eds.) Hamburg Climate Futures Outlook 2021: Assessing the Plausibility of Deep Decarbonization by 2050 (38-51). Hamburg: Cluster of Excellence Climate, Climatic Change, and Society. Full volume available online free of charge at CLICCS


J. Jarke and G. Perino (2020). J. Jarke-Neuert and Grischa Perino (2020). When power saving harms the climate. Sustainable Future Policy Lab: Analyses 2020-003Available online free of charge at Sustainable Future Policy Lab.


J. Jarke and G. Perino (2016). Renewable energy policies change carbon emissions even under emissions trading. R. J. Heffron and G. F. M. Little (eds.) Delivering Energy Law and Policy in the EU and the US: A Reader (268-272). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Full volume available for purchase at Edinburgh University PressPreprint version available free of charge (see accepted papers below).


J. Jarke (2013). On the Economics of Transparency and Cooperation. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Press. Full monograph available online free of charge at HeiDOK.


Working and discussion papers

Accepted papers

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2020). Energy efficiency promotion backfires under cap-and-trade. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3356483). Published under that title in Resource and Energy Economics.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2020). When power saving harms the climate. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 4000577). Published under that title in Sustainable Future Policy Lab: Analyses.

T. Goeschl and J. Jarke-Neuert (2017). Trust but verify? Monitoring, observation costs, and opportunism under limited observabilityAvailable online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3321664). Published under that title in the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. Earlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2017). Do renewable energy policies reduce carbon emissions? On caps and inter-industry leakage. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 2962846). Published under that title in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. Earlier versions circulated under different titles.

T. Goeschl and J. Jarke-Neuert (2016). Second and third party punishment under costly monitoringAvailable online at Social Science Research Network (No. 2962858). Published under that title in the Journal of Economic Psychology. Earlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2016). Renewable energy policies change carbon emissions even under emissions trading. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3321675). Published under that title in Delivering Energy Law and Policy in the EU and the US: A Reader

T. Goeschl and J. Jarke-Neuert (2013). The warnings puzzle: an upstream explanation. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 2962847). Published under that title in the Journal of Regulatory Economics.

Papers under review

J. Jarke-Neuert and J. Lohse (2021). I’m in a hurry, I don’t want to know! Strategic ignorance under time pressure. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3699289). Status: Under review under that title at the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (second R&R). Earlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2021). Coordination and cooperation in asymmetric commons dilemmas: A replication study. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3928469). Status: Under review under that title at the Journal of the Economic Science Association.

J. Jarke-Neuert, G. Perino, and H. Schwickert (2021). Free-riding for future: field experimental evidence of strategic substitutability in climate protest. Available online at arXiv (No. 2112.09478), PsyArXiv (No. psy3r), SocArXiv (No. sh6dm), and  Social Science Research Network (No. 3967231). Status: Under review under that title at the Quarterly Journal of EconomicsEarlier versions circulated under different titles.

Other papers

J. Jarke-Neuert, G. Perino, F. Schenuit, M. Wickel, and C. Zengerling (2022). Scoring is much harder than goal setting: The implementation gap and key constraints in living up to net-zero pledges in the EU and Germany. Status: Invited special issue submission to Politics and Governance pending. Title may be edited.

M. Drouvelis, J. Jarke-Neuert, and J. Lohse (2021). Should transparency be (in-)transparent? On monitoring aversion and cooperation in teams. Available online at arXiv (No. 2112.12621) and Social Science Research Network (No. 3992582). Status: Submission to Management Science pending. Earlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2021). Playing for change: A micro-founded estimable and computable model of social mobilization. Status: In selective circulation.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2019). Understanding sector coupling: The general equilibrium emissions effects of electro-technology and renewables deployment. Available online at Social Science Research Network (No. 3326407). Status: Permanent working paperEarlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2018). Overlapping climate policy under endogenous cap-and-trade. Status: Retired and permanently suspendedEarlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert, D. Römer, A. Isaak, and B. Eisenkolb (2014). Moral emotions, cheating, and voluntary compliance: a subliminal priming approach. Status: Retired and permanently suspendedEarlier versions circulated under different titles.

J. Jarke-Neuert and O. Jürgens (2011). Legislator compensation and activity: a panel data analysis of German state legislatures. Status: Retired and permanently suspendedEarlier versions circulated under different titles.

Pre-registrations

J. Jarke-Neuert, G. Perino, M. Frondel, and D. Flörchinger (2021). The effect of regulatory complexity on individual voluntary climate action behavior: A representative online field experiment in Germany. Registered publicly at AEA RCT Registry (No. AEARCTR-0007372). Status: Report in draft.

J. Jarke-Neuert and C. E. Neuert (2020). Information flows and trust levels in the 21st century: a micro-panel re-investigation. Registered at GESIS Panel, an earlier version is available here. Status: Data collection pending.

Popular press texts and opinions

J. Jarke-Neuert (2021). Warum die Abschaffung der EEG-Umlage den Klimaschutz voranbringt. CLICCS News, 4 March 2021. Available online free of charge (German). English translation available in the here in the blog.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2020). Europas Klimaschutzversprechen: Sind wir auf Kurs? CLICCS News, 20 October 2020. Available online free of charge (German). English translation available in the here in the blog.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2020). Wenn Stromsparen dem Klima schadet. Klimareporter, 31 August 2020. Available online free of charge (German). English translation available in the here in the blog.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2019). Warum sich das deutsche "Klimaschutzprogramm 2030" selbst sabotiert. ForumJunge Wissenschaft im Gespräch11 December 2019, Universitätsgesellschaft Hamburg. 

J. Jarke-Neuert (2019). CO2-Steuer oder Emissionshandel? Bitte achten Sie auf die Nebenwirkungen! Klimareporter, 6 September 2019. Available online free of charge (German). English translation available in the here in the blog.

J. Jarke-Neuert (2019). Achtung, Emissionshandel! Mehr Erneuerbare heißt nicht automatisch weniger CO2. CEN News, 9 July 2019. Available online free of charge (German). English translation available in the here in the blog.

J. Jarke-Neuert and G. Perino (2017). Wie viel Klimaschutz steckt im EEG? UHH Newsroom, 14 February 2017. Available online free of charge (German).