Saskia Reuschel studied economics at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (B. Sc.), the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, and the University of Cologne (M. Sc.), focusing primarily on public economics as well as energy and environmental economics.
After completing her studies, she worked as a research assistant in the Finance Department of the City of Cologne on an interdisciplinary research project on regional cooperation in the context of sustainable financial policy. Subsequently, she worked at Prognos AG in the field of environmental economics and climate change, where she was particularly involved in research projects on climate adaptation and the economic analysis of climate change impacts.
Since February 2021, Saskia Reuschel has been employed as a research assistant in the field of energy and climate at GWS mbH.
Energy and environmental economics
Publications of Saskia Reuschel
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5-day training in Kazakhstan on macroeconomic evaluation of climate change impacts and climate change adaptation with the model e3.kz
The hands-on training for the e3.kz model (economy, energy, emission model for Kazakhstan) on macroeconomic evaluation of climate change impacts and climate change adaptation took place in…
Our figure of the month 09/2022: Continuous growth in employment in socially necessary service occupations is not enough
Socially necessary services (SRS) include sectors or branches of the economy that are indispensable for the functioning of our society. The need as well as the provision of these services…
Our figure of the month 08/2022: A development against the trend: growth in the number of apprentices for the occupation of plant mechanic for sanitary, heating, and air-conditioning technology in the last decade
Both the German government's heat pump offensive and the sharp rise in energy prices due to Russia's war against Ukraine are currently boosting demand for heat pumps and solar thermal systems…