Christin Hoffmann represents the Chair of Decarbonization and Transformation of Industry at BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg since 1.4.2022
phone: +49 (0) 355 69 3919
Curriculum Vitae (excerpt):
- Dual studies in business administration at the HWR Berlin in cooperation with BASF SE (2006-2009)
- Studies of economics at the University of Bern, Switzerland (2009-2012)
- Doctorate in Economics at the University of Bern - Switzerland on the topic "Adaptation to Extreme Climate Events at a Regional Scale" (2017)
- Research Associate at the Oeschger Center for Climate Change Research and at the Chair of Applied Microeconomics, especially Environmental Economics at the University of Bern, Switzerland (2012-2016)
- Research assistant for the modules micro and macroeconomics at Fernuni Schweiz (2014-2020)
- Research assistant at the Chair of Business Administration, in particular organization and corporate management (2017-2022)
Applied Microeconometrics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Behavioural Economics, Experimental Economics
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2022). Clear Roads and Dirty Air? Indirect effects of reduced private traffic congestion on emissions from heavy traffic. Journal of Cleaner Production, 381, 135053.
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2022). Seizing the Opportunity for Automation—How Traffic Density Determines Truck Drivers' Use of Cruise Control. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 52(6), 1205-1215.
Hoffmann, C., Hoppe, J. A., & Ziemann, N. (2022). Who has the future in mind? Gender, time perspectives, and pro-environmental behaviour. Environmental Research Letters, 17(10), 104026.
Hoffmann, C., Jalbout, E., Villanueva, M., Batz Liñeiro, T., & Müsgens, F. (2022). Positive and Negative Externalities from Renewable and Conventional Power Plants in the Backyard: The Value of Participation. Available at SSRN 4203184.
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2022). Combining Egalitarian and Proportional Sharing Rules in Team Tournaments to Incentivize Energy-Efficient Behavior in a Principal-Agent Context. Organization & Environment, 35(2), 307-331.
Hoffmann, C., Hoppe, J. A., & Ziemann, N. (2022). Faster, harder, greener? Empirical evidence on the role of the individual Pace of Life for productivity and pro-environmental behavior. Ecological Economics, 191, 107212.
Hoffmann, C., Hoppe, J. A., & Ziemann, N. (2021). The Hare and the Hedgehog: Empirical evidence on the relationship between the individual Pace of Life and the speed-accuracy continuum. PloS one, 16(8), e0256490.
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Can digital feedback increase employee performance and energy efficiency in firms? Evidence from a field experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Combining Egalitarian and Proportional Sharing Rules in Team Tournaments to Incentivize Energy-Efficient Behavior in a Principal-Agent Context. Organization & Environment.
Goldbach C., Hoffmann, C., Hoppe, J., Pitz, T., & Thommes, K. (2020). The fast and the furious - An experimental investigation of the pace of life and risky speed choice in traffic. PLoS ONE, 15(7), 1-20
Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Using loss aversion to incentivize energy efficiency in a principal-agent context - Evidence from a field experiment. Economics Letters, 189, 108984.
Hoffmann, C. (2019). Estimating the Benefits of Adaptation to Extreme Climate Events, Focusing on Nonmarket Damages. Ecological Economics, 164, 106250.
Hoffmann, C., & Stephan, G. (2018). Regional Flood Impacts and Adaptation in a federal Setting: A Spatial Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Switzerland. Climate Change Economics, 9(2), 1-36.
Hoffmann, C., (2017). Adaptation to Extreme Climate Events at a Regional Scale (Dissertation, Universität Bern)