Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nicole Glanemann

Jun.-Prof. Dr.

Nicole Glanemann

Assistant Professor

Room: IP-C 401

+49-(0)261-6509-811

Research

Assistant Professor Nicole Glanemann explores Sustainable Supply Chains in close collaboration with the members of the Supply Chain Management Group at the WHU. In addition, she leads the flagship project on “Economics of Adaptation” at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). In close cooperation with the Global Adaptation Strategies Group at PIK, she is investigating the various impacts of climate change on global infrastructure and supply chains. In addition, her research is devoted to advancing the theory of adaptation and mitigation. She has been appointed jointly by PIK and the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management as Assistant Professor of Climate Adaptation Strategies.

Publications

  • Kira Vinke, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Dim Coumou, Tobias Geiger, Nicole Glanemann, Veronika Huber, Jürgen Kropp, Steffen Kriewald, Jascha Lehmann, Anders Levermann, Anastasia Lobanova, Maria Knaus, Christian Otto, Christopher Reyer, Alexander Robinson, Diego Rybski, Jacob Schewe, Sven Willner, Michel Wortmann, Fang Zhao, and Bin Zhou, Benoit Laplante, Xianfu Lu, and Charles Rodgers. A region at risk: The human dimensions of climate change in Asia and the Pacific. Asian Development Bank, 2017, http://dx.doi.org/10.22617/TCS178839-2
  • Mariia Belaia, Michael Funke, and Nicole Glanemann. Global warming and a potential tipping point in the Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation: The role of risk aversion. Environmental and Resource Economics, 67(1): 93–125, 2017
  • Yu-Fu Chen, Michael Funke, and Nicole Glanemann. The signaling channel of central bank interventions: Modelling the Yen / US Dollar exchange rate. Open Economies Review, 25(2): 311-336, 2014
  • Yu-Fu Chen, Michael Funke, and Nicole Glanemann. Climate policy decisions under ambiguity and pressure of time. Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3, 2013
  • Yu-Fu Chen, Michael Funke, and Nicole Glanemann. Off-the-record target zones: Theory with an application to Hong Kong’s currency board. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics, 17(4): 373-393, 2013
  • Nicole Glanemann. Can international environmental cooperation be bought: Comment. European Journal of Operational Research, 216(3): 697 - 699, 2012

News

23.11.2017

Nicole Glanemann debating in the talk show "Forum Wirtschaft" by Phoenix

Forum Wirtschaft is Phoenix’ most important talk show for business topics. The program focusses on economic and social issues such as the effects of the global economic and financial crisis. On...

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31.08.2017

The Effects of Climate Change on Asia

The United States recently officially dropped out of the Paris Agreement. Donald Trump has expressed doubt about climate change on numerous occasions, and the move clearly sets himself apart from his...

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14.12.2016

Challenges of the Future

Members of the competency team “Politics and Business” of Frankfurt’s “Future Council” (Zukunftsrat) met in Frankfurt on November 4 to present the results of their study “Political and Business...

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03.06.2016

Future Think Tank Appoints Asst. Professor Glanemann

Dr. Nicole Glanemann, Assistant Professor of Climate Adaption Strategies at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management has been appointed to the competence team „Politics and economics“ of the Future...

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