Professur für Innovations-, Wettbewerbs- und Neue Institutionenökonomik

Prof. Dr. Till Requate

Inhaber der Professur

Wilhelm-Seelig-Platz 1, 4. OG, R.412
Telefon: +49 431 880-4424
Telefax: +49 431 880-1618


Dienstags 16-17 Uhr, sowie nach Vereinbarung


Die Sprechstunde fällt über die Feiertage bis einschließlich erste Januarwoche aus!

Curriculum Vitae

Till Requate studied Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy and Sports Science, and graduated in Mathematics and Philosophy at Bielefeld University, Germany, in 1985. He received a Ph.D. in Economics in 1989 with a thesis on game theory and industrial organization and finished his Habilitation in 1994. Prof. Requate was post doc/assistant professor at the University of Bielefeld from 1990 to 1995, held a position as associate professor at the University of Oldenburg from 1995 to 1996, and was appointed full professor for Environmental Economics and as director of the Interdisciplinary Institute of Environmental Economics at the University of Heidelberg in 1996. Since 2002 Till Requate is a professor for innovation economics, competition policy, and new institutional economics at Kiel University. Environmental regulation and impacts on competition but also experimental economics are major fields of interest.

Till Requate was awarded a von-Bennigsen-Foerder-Preis in 1990 and the Eric-Kempe prize awarded by the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics and the University of Umea in 2004, and the best paper award by the German Association of Health Economics in 2012.

Till Requate is currently the Managing Editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Co-Editor of the Berkley Electronic Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (BEJEAP). He is also on the editorial board Resource and Energy Economics and Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.  In the past Till Requate served as an associate editor of the European Economic Review.

Till Requate also served as a consultant for governments and NGOs, notably the World Bank, InWent, the German Federal Ministry of Research and Science (BMBF), the Danish Ministry for Agriculture and Fishery, and the OECD.



Recent Publications

"Incentives for Optimal Management of Age-Structured Fish Populations," forthcoming in Resource and Energy Economics (2013) (with Martin Quaas, Kirsten Ruckes, Anders Skonhoft, Ruediger Voss, Nils Westergard)

"Tobacco and Alcohol: Complements or Substitutes? A Structural Model Approach to Insufficient Price Variation in Individual-Level Data" (2013), Empirical Economics forthcoming (with Silja Goehlmann, Christoph M. Schmidt, and Harald Tauchmann)

“Sushi or Fish Fingers? Seafood Diversity, Collapsing Fish Stocks, and Multi-Species Fishery Management,” The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (2013) forthcoming. (with Martin Quaas)

"Reciprocity and Giving in a Consecutive Three-Person Dictator Game with Social Interaction," German Economic Review (2013) forthcoming (with Gunter Bahr)

“Does more stringent environmental regulation induce or reduce technology adoption? When the rate of technology adoption is inverted U-shaped,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2013), forthcoming (with Grischa Perino)

“Equal Split in the Informal Market for Group Train Travel”, Economics Letters 118 (2013), 327-329 with (Israel Waichman and Artem Korchenevich)

"Emissions Standards and Ambient Environmental Quality Standards with stochastic Environmental Services”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 64 (2012), 377-389 (with Steve Hamilton).

“Fishing Industry Borrows from Natural Capital at High Shadow Interest Rates“ (2013), Ecological Economics 82 (2012), 45-52 (with Martin F. Quaas, Rainer Froese, Helmut Herwartz, Jörn O. Schmidt, Rüdiger Voss)

“Investment Incentives under Emission Trading: An Experimental Study,” Environmental and Resource Economics 53 (2012): 229-249 (with Eva Camacho and Israel Waichman)

“Alternative Use Systems for the Remaining Ethiopian Cloud Forest and the Role of Arabica Coffee - A Cost-Benefit Analysis” Ecological Economics (2012) 75, 102-112 (with Anke Reichhuber)

“Subsidies for Renewable Energies in the Presence of Learning Effects and Market Power,” Resource and Energy Economics 34 (2012), 236-254 (with Johanna Reichenbach).

“The Regulation of Non-Point Source Pollution and Risk Preferences,” Ecological Economics 73 (2012), 179-187 (with Eva Cuena-Camacho)