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Socially Fair Options for a Climate Neutral Transformation of Housing and Mobility in Austria

Project Leader
Pfaffenbichler Paul Christian, BOKU Project Leader
Duration:
01.11.2021-30.04.2024
Programme:
Austrian Climate Research Programme (ACRP)
Type of Research
Basic Research
Project partners
Austrian Institute of Economic Research, Arsenal, Objekt 20, 1030 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Claudia Kettner-Marx;
Function of the Project Partner: Sub-Koordinator
e-think Energy Research, Argentinierstrasse 18/10, 1040 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Andreas Müller;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
TU Wien, Energy Economics Group, Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Lukas Kranzl;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner

Further information: https://transfair.wifo.ac.at/

Staff
Kirchner Mathias, Project Staff
Gühnemann Astrid, Project Staff
Hartwig Lukas, Project Staff
Spittler Nathalie, Project Staff
Gold Olivia, Project Staff
BOKU Research Units
Centre for Global Change and Sustainability
Institute for Transport Studies
Subproject(s):
Socially Fair Options for a Climate Neutral Transformation of Housing and Mobility in Austria - Teilprojekt H991 (TransFair-AT_H991)
Funded by
Klima- und Energiefonds, Leopold-Ungar-Platz 2 / Stiege 1 / 4.OG / Top 142, 1190 Wien, Austria
Abstract
In the project TransFair-AT, we will comprehensively analyse the impacts on different household types of various policy instruments for decarbonising passenger transport and housing. Moreover, we will develop measures to compensate particularly vulnerable groups ensuring an inclusive and socially fair decarbonisation of the housing and mobility sector by 2040. The overarching objectives of TransFair-AT are
(1) to provide comprehensive and innovative model-based analyses of the economic incidence and social impacts of a complete decarbonisation of the sectors residential buildings and passenger transport in Austria by 2040; and
(2) to develop targeted compensation mechanisms to mitigate burdens of these climate policies for particularly vulnerable groups while ensuring the consistency of these compensation mechanisms with full decarbonisation.
Keywords
Statistics; Time series analysis; Dynamical systems; Computer simulation; Transport economics; Macroeconomics; Behavioural economics; Distribution economics; Poverty and social exclusion; Social law; Policy analysis; Spatial research; Social geography; Environmental policy; Transport planning;
Instruments; Modelling; Economics; Policy; Social aspects; Greenhouse gas emisssion; Vulernability;
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