Professor of Economics and Director of the Research Center for Environmental Economics, Heidelberg University
Timo Goeschl (PhD, Economics, University of Cambridge) is Professor of Economics and Director of the Research Center for Environmental Economics at Heidelberg University. Timo is a research associate of the Leibniz Center for European Economic Research, co-editor of Environmental and Resource Economics and has published widely on various aspects of climate change economics, mostly from a theoretical and behavioral perspective, in the leading field journals. His involvement with geoengineering goes back to 2008 when he co-initiated the project on “The Global Governance of Climate Engineering” (2008-2012) at Heidelberg and later the German Research Foundation’s Priority Research Program 1689 on Climate Engineering. Timo was educated at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Innsbruck. Before coming to Heidelberg, Timo was Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, University Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, and a Research Fellow at University College London.