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Prof. Karsten Neuhoff, Ph.D.

Karsten Neuhoff is Head of the Climate Policy at DIW Berlin and Professor at the Institute of Economics and Business Law at Technical University Berlin. His research focuses on policy instruments and market design in the power and industry sector as well as in International Cooperation. He is also active in the fields of sustainable finance and International Climate Finance. He is part of the Sustainable Finance Comittee of the German Federal Government and board member at the Sustainable Finance Research Platform and at the research network Climate Strategies.

  • Policy Brief, Sustainability Reporting, Sustainability Risks and Opportunities

    PB 5/2022: Standardized stress test scenario can improve climate risk reporting

    More and more countries, regions, cities, companies, and financial institutions are defining climate neutrality as a strategic goal. So far, however, it is not possible…

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  • Policy Brief, Sustainability Reporting, Sustainability Risks and Opportunities

    PB 9/2021: The EU sustainable finance strategy – Implications for the future German Federal Government

    The EU’s revised sustainable finance strategy confirms the important role of the financial sector in the sustainability transition of the economy, but does not sufficiently…

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  • Policy Brief, Sustainability Risks and Opportunities

    PB 5/2021: Scenario Analysis as a Tool for Companies, Investors, and Regulators on the Path to Climate Neutrality

    The structural transformation necessary for achieving climate neutrality is characterized by many interdependent changes. Shaping the transition to a zero-emissions economy cannot be based on…

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