prof. dr. S.E. (Stefan) Weishaar, LLM

Professor of Law and Economics

prof. dr. S.E. (Stefan) Weishaar, LLM
E-mail:
s.e.weishaar rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
United Kingdom
  1. 2018
  2. Weishaar, S. E. (2018). Carbon taxes at EU level: Introduction issues and barriers. (WIFO Working Papers; Vol. 556). Austrian Institute of Economic Research.
  3. Weishaar, S. (2018). Introducing carbon taxes – issues and barriers. In M. Hymel, L. Kreisler, J. E. Milne, & H. Ashiabor (Eds.), Innovation Addressing Climate Change Challenges: Market-Based Perspectives (pp. 3-19). (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series ; Vol. 20). Edward Elgar.
  4. Weishaar, S. E. (2018). Introducing carbon taxes at Member State level: issues and barriers. (WIFO Working Paper; Vol. 557). Austrian Institute of Economic Research.
  5. Kettner, C., Kirchner, M., Kletzan -Slamanig, D., Sommer, M., Kratena, K., Weishaar, S., & Burgers, I. (2018). Options and considerations for a Carbon tax in Austria – Policy Brief. Vienna: Austrian Institute of Economic Research.
  6. 2017
  7. Weishaar, S., Kreiser, L., Milne, J., Ashiabor, H., & Mehling, M. (Eds.) (2017). The Green Market Transition: Carbon Taxes, Energy Subsidies and Smart Instrument Mixes. (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  8. Weishaar, S., & Chen, R. (2017). Carbon labels: Climate Change Regulation and Legal Risks and Opportunities under WTO Law. In S. E. Weishaar, N. Philipsen, & W. Xu (Eds.), Regulatory reform in China and the EU: A Law and Economics perspective (pp. 235-265). (New Horizons in Law and Economics ). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  9. Weishaar, S. (2017). Energy taxes, energy prices and competitiveness. In M. Villar Ezcurra (Ed.), State Aids, Taxation and the Energy Sector Thomson-Reuters-Aranzadi.
  10. Xu, W., Weishaar, S., & Philipsen, N. (2017). Introduction. In S. E. Weishaar, N. Philipsen, & W. Xu (Eds.), Regulatory reform in China and EU: A Law and Economics perspective (pp. 1-9). (New Horizons in Law and Economics ). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  11. Weishaar, S., Philipsen, N., & Xu, W. (Eds.) (2017). Regulatory Reform in China and EU: A Law and Economics perspective. (New Horizons in Law and Economics ). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  12. Philipsen, N., Weishaar, S., & Xu, W. (2017). Regulatory Reform in China and the EU: Comparative and Concluding Remarks. In S. E. Weishaar, N. Philipsen, & W. Xu (Eds.), Regulatory Reform in China and the EU: A Law and Economics perspective (pp. 274-280). (New Horizons in Law and Economics ). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  13. 2016
  14. Weishaar, S. (2016). Carbon emissions and competitiveness in the energy sector – a law and economics analysis. Paper presented at State Aids, Taxation and The Energy Sector: Looking for a better coordination and efficiency, Madrid, Spain.
  15. Tiche, F., Weishaar, S., & Couwenberg, O. (2016). Carbon Market Stabilisation Measures: Implications for Linking. (Working Paper; Vol. WP-2016-011). Boston: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  16. Kettner, C., Kletzan -Slamanig, D., & Weishaar, S. (2016). Classification of Carbon Taxes from Economic and Legal Perspectives. Paper presented at 17th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Groningen, Netherlands.
  17. Weishaar, S. (2016). Energy market integration and the EU Emissions Trading System: electricity leakage. Paper presented at 7th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics, A Toxa, Spain.
  18. Weishaar, S. (2016). Innovative technology and managing market transition. Paper presented at 5th Asia-Pacific International Conference: Innovative Technology Response to Climate Change, Seoul, Korea, Republic of.
  19. Weishaar, S., Philipsen, N., & Xu, G. (2016). Introduction. In N. Philipsen, S. E. Weishaar, & G. Xu (Eds.), Market Integration: The EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China (pp. 1-11). (China-EU Law Series; No. 2). Springer.
  20. Weishaar, S. (2016). Linking after Paris. Paper presented at Emissions Trading in North America and Beyond: Taking Stock and Looking Forward, Boston, United States.
  21. Weishaar, S., & Madani, S. (2016). Long-term economic viability of electricity capacities in the Western Balkans. Paper presented at 17th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Groningen, Netherlands.
  22. Weishaar, S. E. (Ed.) (2016). Research Handbook on Emissions Trading. (Research Handbooks in Climate Law series ). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  23. Kettner, C., Kletzan -Slamanig, D., & Weishaar, S. (2016). Umweltsteuern aus ökonomischer und juristicher Perspective. Paper presented at CATs ExpertInnen-Workshop, Vienna, Austria.
  24. 2015
  25. Weishaar, S. (2015). Stranded assets in the Western Balkans: Electricity capacities for electricity exports. Paper presented at The Energy Transitions Conference, Joensu, Finland.
  26. Weishaar, S., & Philipsen, N. (2015). Comparative and Concluding Remarks. In Market Integration: The EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China (pp. 311-317). (China-EU Law Series; No. 2). Berlin: Springer.
  27. Weishaar, S. (2015). Energy Community treaty and the EU Emissions Trading System: Evidence of an Unrecognized Policy Conflict (republished): Evidence of an Unrecognized Policy Conflict (republished). In D. Buschle, & K. Talus (Eds.), The Energy Community : A New Energy Governance System (pp. 337-354). Mortsel: Intersentia.
  28. Weishaar, S. (2015). Environmental Standard Setting: Climate Change Regulation and Legal Risks and Opportunities under WTO Law. Paper presented at The Rise of the Regulatory State? Theory and Practive of the US, EU and China, Beijing, China.
  29. Weishaar, S. (2015). EU Climate regulation and Competition. In E. Woerdman, M. Roggenkamp, & M. Hollwerda (Eds.), Essential EU Climate Law (pp. 221-234). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  30. Weishaar, S. (2015). Fault lines between fees and taxes – legal obstacles for linking. In L. Kreiser, M. S. Andersen, B. Egelund Olsen, S. Speck, J. E. Milne, & H. Ashiabor (Eds.), Carbon Pricing: design, experience and issues (pp. 32-45). (Critical issues in environmental taxation; Vol. 15). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  31. Philipsen, N., Weishaar, S., & Xu, G. (Eds.) (2015). Market Integration: The EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China. (China-EU Law Series ; No. 2). Springer.
  32. Weishaar, S. (2015). Striking an Uneasy Balance Between Competition and Market Integration: The Case of EU Public Procurement. In N. Philipsen, S. E. Weishaar, & G. Xu (Eds.), Market Integration: The EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China (pp. 97-120). (China-EU Law Series; No. 2). Springer.
  33. 2014
  34. Weishaar, S. (2014). Bid rigging: tensions between competition law and public procurement law. Paper presented at Academisch Genootschap Aanbesteden, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  35. Weishaar, S. (2014). Competition and Procurement: 2014 reforms – mixed blessings or our happily ever after?. Paper presented at State aid and public procurement in the European Union, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  36. Weishaar, S. (2014). Der Handel mit Emissionszertifikaten. Paper presented at Marburger Zukunftsforum Energie, (Marburg Forum on the Future of Energy), Marburg, Germany.
  37. Weishaar, S. (2014). Emissions Trading Design: A Critical Overview. (New horizons in environmental and energy law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  38. Weishaar, S. (2014). Energy Community Treaty and emissions trading: evidence of an unrecognized policy conflict. Paper presented at 27th workshop for law and economics, Erfurt, Germany.
  39. Weishaar, S. (2014). Fault lines between fees and taxes: learnings for US and EU Climate change policy. Paper presented at 15th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  40. Weishaar, S. (2014). Incentivising Technologic Change in Emissions Trading Systems: The Case of Excess Supply. In L. Kreiser, S. Lee, K. Ueta, J. E. Milne, & H. Ashiabor (Eds.), Environmental Taxation and Green Fiscal Reform: Theory and Impact (pp. 126-144). (Critical issues in environmental taxation; Vol. 14). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  41. Weishaar, S. (2014). Korean Emissions Trading System and linking. Paper presented at Korean studies seminar and opening Korea Corner, Groningen, Netherlands.
  42. Weishaar, S. (2014). Market integration and external energy policy undermining the EU ETS: evidence of the neglected policy conflict of electricity leakage. Paper presented at 12th IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium, Tarragona, Spain.
  43. Weishaar, S. (2014). Procurement Reforms and Bid Rigging: Mixed Blessings or our Happily Ever After? In S. Schoenmaekers, W. Devroe, & N. Philipsen (Eds.), State aid and public procurement in the European Union (pp. 101-114). (Ius Commune: European and Comparative Law Series; Vol. 131). Intersentia.
  44. Weishaar, S. (2014). Reconciling Polluter Haven Hypothesis with carbon leakage empirics: need for new approaches. Paper presented at 31st Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE) , Aix en Provence, France.
  45. Weishaar, S. (2014). Striking an uneasy balance between competition and market integration: the case of EU public procurement. Paper presented at Market Integration: The EU experience and implications for regulatory reform in China, Beijing, China.
  46. 2013
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