Policy advice for climate-resilient economic development

Climate change has a substantial impact on economic growth and a country’s development. This increases the need for reliable and viable approaches to assessing the impact of climate risks and potential adaptation scenarios.
The project consortium will support the pilot countries (Georgia, Kazakhstan and Vietnam) in (i) expanding their model-building capacities with regard to the integration of climate change into economic models, (ii) integrating the results into the political (climate change adaptation) process and (iii) strengthening international cooperation between governments, international organisations and in development cooperation.

Further information on the project, in particular on the three macroeconomic models, is summarized

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Publications
Großmann, A. & Hohmann, F. (2021): Policy advice for climate resilient economic development based on an E3 model built in Excel. Conference paper of the 10th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Brussels, Belgium.
Großmann, A. & Hohmann, F. (2021): Kazakhstan: Economy-wide Effects of Adaptation in Infrastructure. Sectoral Policy Brief, December 2021, Eschborn.
Großmann, A. & Hohmann, F. (2022): Macroeconomic Modelling for Climate Policy Planning. Impact Analysis with an Excel-based E3 (Economy-EnergyEmission) Model Building Framework, Bonn.
Flaute, M., Banning, M. & Lutz, C. (2021): Georgia: Economy-wide Effects of Adaptation in Agriculture. Sectoral Policy Brief, Eschborn.
Flaute, M., Reuschel, S., Lutz, C., Banning, M. & Hohmann, F. (2022): Supporting Climate Resilient Economic Development in Georgia. Application of the e3.ge Model to Analyze the Economy-wide Impacts of Climate Change Adaptation, Berlin.