Paul Lohmann

Paul M. Lohmann

Hi! Welcome to my personal site. I am an applied economist working at the intersection of behavioural economics, environmental economics and public policy. My research agenda currently focuses on the design and evaluation of environmental policies and quantifiying the causal impact of environmental stressors on preferences, behaviour and well-being. You can find my latest research below. More about me



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News

August 26th, 2023: New paper out in iScience: The impact of open access mandates on scientific research and technological development in the U.S.
August 2nd, 2023: New paper out in Environmental and Resource Economics: Do Flood and Heatwave Experiences Shape Climate Opinion? Causal Evidence from Flooding and Heatwaves in England and Wales
June 29th, 2023: Honoured to have been awarded the Best Doctoral Dissertation Award by the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Recent Publications

For a complete and up-to-date list of all publications, click here or check out my Google Scholar .

(2023). The impact of open access mandates on scientific research and technological development in the U.S.. iScience.

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(2023). Anti-social behaviour and economic decision-making: Panel experimental evidence in the wake of COVID-19. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 206.

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(2023). Air pollution and anti-social behaviour: Evidence from a randomised lab-in-the-field experiment. Social Science & Medicine, 320, 115617..

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