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Founded in 1855, ETH Zurich today has more than 18,500 students from over 110 countries, including 4,000 doctoral students. To researchers, it offers an inspiring working environment, to students, a comprehensive education.
The sub-project from the ETH team aims to provide a holistic theoretical basis for the project, derived from first principles of macro- and microeconomics. The research consists of two research tasks:
- improve current theoretical analysis of knowledge diffusion of green technologies,
- quantitative analysis using simulation to analyse the diffusion of knowledge and specific effects of different policies.