Marc Ringel

 Marc Ringel
  • Economics

Areas of Expertise:
Energy economics and policies; Climate change policy; Governance; Regulatory affairs; Macroeconomics; Environmental economics

Membership:
since 2017

Contact

HFWU - Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Germany

Faculty for Economics and Law
Parkstr. 4
73321 Geislingen
Germany

+49 7331 22 579
enpol.erm(at)hfwu.de
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About me

My current research focuses on energy transition, green growth, European affairs, and public sector management. My overall vision is to create living environments running on renewable energies and using energy resources as effectively as possible. In my position as full professor for energy economics at Nuertingen-Geislingen University, I analyze the governance and policy instruments which support this transformation of the energy systems on national, European and global scale.

Within the AGYA community, I enjoy contributing to projects related to the fields of energy policy design and strategy reviews, supporting energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.

I believe the various countries represented in AGYA can mutually learn from each other’s experiences to design good practice solutions for policy instruments and transition strategies, especially in regard to the concepts of smart cities. Developing and evaluating these fields will provide a stimulating learning environment for both, researcher and students. It will also trigger international exchanges, which I would like to promote as well.


Academic career 
2019 - today Visiting Researcher at the Institute for European Policies, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium
2013 - today Professor of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Law, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Stuttgart, Germany
2013 - today Scientific advisor and consultant for various institutions (e.g. European Commission, German Parliament, Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy, GIZ)
2009 - 2013 Seconded National Expert, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
2008 - 2009 First Embassy Secretary, German Permanent Mission to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and International Energy Agency (IEA), Federal Foreign Office, Paris, France
2004 - 2013 Deputy Head of Unit, German Ministry of Economics and Energy, Berlin, Germany
2001 - 2004 Research Analyst in Economics, German Advisory Council on Global Change to the Federal Government (WBGU), Berlin, Germany
2000 United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Industrial Policies and Research Branch, Section ‘Investment Promotion and Institutional Capacity-Building’, Vienna, Austria