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prof. dr. S.E. Weishaar, LLM

Professor of Law and Economics
prof. dr. S.E. Weishaar, LLM
E-mail:
s.e.weishaar rug.nl

Korean Legislative Research Institute, research project: ‘The implementation of Climate Change Mitigation Policy after Paris agreement – A Comparative Study on EU, AU, China and Korea’ (2016): € 40.000. Public sector: Dr. Kim, Dr. Weishaar, Dr. Zhang, Dr. Anil Bhatta

Austrian Climate Research Programme, Carbon Taxes in Austria: Implementation Issues and Impacts (2016-2017): € 254.000. Public sector: Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) and Dr. Weishaar (WP3 leader)

University of Groningen Investeringsagenda 2015-2018, Towards Sustainable Financial Practices, € 770.000. Public sector: Prof. Cherednychenko. Within Prof. Cherednychenko’s project I analyse the implications of carbon finance and financial market regulation on linking of emissions trading systems: € 60.000

Chinese Ministry of Education, Visiting professorship for Weishaar to teach and conduct research at the Central University of Finance and Economics, (2015): 30.000 RMB. Public sector: Prof. Wu, Dr. Weishaar

Korea Foundation, Research Grant: ‘Korean Climate Change policy – economic, legal and political perspectives of linking’ (2015-2017): USD 20.000. Public sector: Dr. Weishaar and Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen

CEE Bankwatch, Research Grant: ‘Analysis of the long-term economic viability of constructing new electricity capacities for electricity exports in the Western Balkan countries’ (2014-2015): € 30.000. Private sector: Dr. Weishaar and The Advisory House

Gratema Stichting, Research Grant to conduct research at Vermont Law School, USA: ‘Regulatory impediments for linking emissions trading: Fault lines between fees and taxes - US learnings for EU climate change policy’ (2014):  € 2.700. Private sector: Dr. Weishaar

China Europe School of Law Research Grant: ‘Market Integration: the EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China’ (2013-2014): € 42.000. Public sector: Dr. Philipsen, Prof. Faure, Dr. Weishaar, Prof. Zhang, Prof Xi, Prof. Zhang, Dr. G. Xu

Chinese Ministry of Education, Visiting professorship for Weishaar to teach and conduct research at the Central University of Finance and Economics, (2013) 30.000 RMB. Public sector: Prof. Wu, Dr. Zhang, Dr. Weishaar

Nucleus personal grant to set up a research group: ‘Linking of Emissions Trading Systems’ (2011-2016). 5 Year position plus financing for two Ph.D. positions: € 750.000. Public Sector: Dr. Weishaar (The research group consists of Dr. Chen, Tiche, van den Berg and Zeng)

CARICOM: Consultancy to develop undergraduate level curricula and implementation strategies for the teaching of Competition Law/ Policy and Industrial Organization/Competition Economics in selected CARICOM Universities, public funding, CARICOM Secretariat (2010 - 2011). Project amount: not to be revealed. – IGIR, IBF, Dr. Weishaar

Dutch Ministry of the Environment: Economic instruments for sustainable wood production, public funding, (2008) Project amount: not to be revealed, project with CE Delft, Prof. Van den Bossche, Prof. Backes and Dr. Weishaar

Consortium of Dutch industries, Trade law aspects of Emissions Trading Systems, private funding, (2007) Project amount: not to be revealed, project with Prof. Peeters, Dr. Prevost, Dr. Weishaar and Malathouni

KNAW, EU-China European Studies centres programme, Subproject 'Competition in Europe' partially internally founded, public funding, (2006) Project amount: not to be revealed, project with Prof. Faure, Prof. Song and drs. Weishaar

Consortium of Dutch industries, Emissions trading and equal competition (2004 - 2006), private funding, Project amount: not to be revealed, project with Prof. Faure, Prof. Peeters, and drs. Weishaar

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