Chair for Energy System Economics (FCN-ESE)
Jakob Kulawik studied Business and Economics at TU Dresden and at the University of the West of Scotland in Paisley, United Kingdom. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2018. Subsequently, he studied International Economics at Göttingen University and Fudan University in Shanghai, China. He earned his Master’s degree in 2021. In his master’s thesis, he applied insights from behavioral economics to circular business models. Since July 2021, he is working as a research associate and doctoral student at the Chair for Energy System Economics.
|Contributions to Conferences and Workshops
|Kulawik, J., Kockel, C. & Praktiknjo, A. (2022). What are consumers willing to pay for residential heating systems in Germany? 17th IAEE European Conference, 21.-24.09.2022, Athen.
|Garbuzova-Schlifter M., Kulawik J., Bugs P., Singh K., Praktiknjo A. (2022): Integrating Interests and Finding Optimal Financing, in: Schlüter A., and Bernabé-Moreno J. (Edt.), Sustainable and Smart Energy Systems for Europe’s Cities and Rural Areas, pp. 311 – 338, Carl Hanser Verlag GmbG & Co.KG, 1st Ed., Munich (ISBN: 978-3-446-47294-5)