Collective Minimum Contributions to Counteract the Ratchet Effect in the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods
M. Alt, M. Kesternich, C. Gallier, B. Sturm, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2023).
Inter-Charity Competition under Spatial Differentiation: Sorting, Crowding, and Spillovers
C. Gallier, T. Goeschl, M. Kesternich, J. Lohse, C. Reif, D. Römer, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 216 (2023) 457–468.
Electric and conventional vehicle usage in private and car sharing fleets in Germany
W. Habla, V. Huwe, M. Kesternich, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 93 (2021).
Negotiating weights for burden sharing rules in international climate negotiations: an empirical analysis
M. Kesternich, A. Löschel, A. Ziegler, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 23 (2020) 309–331.
Leveling up? An inter-neighborhood experiment on parochialism and the efficiency of multi-level public goods provision
C. Gallier, T. Goeschl, M. Kesternich, J. Lohse, C. Reif, D. Römer, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 164 (2019) 500–517.
The power of active choice: Field experimental evidence on repeated contribution decisions to a carbon offsetting program
M. Kesternich, D. Römer, F. Flues, European Economic Review 114 (2019) 76–91.
On the performance of rule-based contribution schemes under endowment heterogeneity
M. Kesternich, A. Lange, B. Sturm, Experimental Economics 21 (2017) 180–204.
Recent Trends in Behavioral Environmental Economics
M. Kesternich, C. Reif, D. Rübbelke, Environmental and Resource Economics 67 (2017) 403–411.
The long-term impact of matching and rebate subsidies when public goods are impure: Field experimental evidence from the carbon offsetting market
M. Kesternich, A. Löschel, D. Römer, Journal of Public Economics 137 (2016) 70–78.
Voting for Burden Sharing Rules in Public Goods Games
C. Gallier, M. Kesternich, B. Sturm, Environmental and Resource Economics 67 (2016) 535–557.
Minimum participation rules in international environmental agreements: empirical evidence from a survey among delegates in international climate negotiations
M. Kesternich, Applied Economics 48 (2015) 1047–1065.
Extreme weather experiences and climate change beliefs in China: An econometric analysis
J. Dai, M. Kesternich, A. Löschel, A. Ziegler, Ecological Economics 116 (2015) 310–321.
The impact of burden sharing rules on the voluntary provision of public goodsShow all publications
M. Kesternich, A. Lange, B. Sturm, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 105 (2014) 107–123.