Institut für Umweltsystemforschung
Tel: +49 541 969 2371
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I am a PhD candidate with a background in economics working in the group “Behavioral and Experimental Economics for the Environment”. During my previous studies, I specialised in behavioural and experimental economics, gaining experience with experimental methods used in lab experiments. My current research focuses on the impacts of ecosystem dynamics on human cooperative behaviour. I want to examine how approaching regime shifts in ecological systems influence the human exploitation of natural resources. The aim is to improve policy designs that promote integrated resource management strategies.
- Behavioral Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
- Natural Resource Management
- Climate Change
Hembach, K. “Impact of Exogenous Shocks and Endogenous Regime Shifts on Resource Management.” 4th Workshop on Experimental Economics for the Environment, Münster (Germany), February 25-26, 2019. Co-authored by Javaid, A. & Engel, S.
Hembach, K. “Introduction to Lab Experiments - Demonstration of a Continuous Time CPR Experiment.” Invited presentation at the Workshop on Ocean and Coastal Governance for Sustainability, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), Bremen, Germany, December 1, 2018.
Hembach, K. "Impact of External Shocks and Endogenous Regime Shifts on Resource Management". LaER seminar. Institute of Environmental Systems Research, University Osnabrück, November 20, 2018. Co-authored by Javaid, A. & Engel, S.
Hembach, K. “Impact of external shocks and endogenous shifts on cooperation amongst resource users.” Behavioral Environmental Economics Course and Workshop, Umeå (Sweden), June 11-14, 2018. Co-authored by Javaid, A. & Engel, S.
Hembach, K. "The impact of regime shifts in ecosystems on individuals' use of natural resources." Research Seminar of the Institute of Environmental Systems Research, University Osnabrück, February 13, 2018. Co-authored by Javaid, A. & Engel, S.