Heyen, Daniel

Daniel Heyen is a PhD student in environmental economics at the University of Heidelberg. His research focuses mainly on the role of uncertainty and learning in environmental decision-making. In a project funded by the German Research Foundation, he analyzes the impacts of regulatory mandates under uncertainty on the incentives to undertake information acquisition. Daniel was a member of the interdisciplinary Marsilius project “The Global Governance of Climate Engineering” (2009-12) which brought together young researchers from many different fields. During this time, Daniel began his research on the intergenerational and strategic challenges of climate engineering technologies.