Mark Meyer is partner of GWS and graduated from Bielefeld University with a master degree in economics. With key competences in empirical economics, econometrics and statistics, he joined GWS in 2008.

Maintaining the global multi country simulation model GINFORS, Mark has worked extensively for German and EU policy makers, to help design and implement effective resource efficiency policies and support the transition to a green economy (prominent project references: MaRess, MACMOD, POLFREE, PolRess). Apart from this, his consultancy experience with economic-environmental model applications does also point to the nexus between resource policy and climate policy (CECILIA2050).

Mark’s research activities are continuously published by international peer reviewed journals (e.g. Organization Science, Empirical Economics and Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics [&] Econometrics).

Research Interests

International trade and supply chains

Sustainability indicators

Sustainable consumption and production

Macroeconometric modelling

Input-Output Analysis

Projects of Mark Meyer

Regional Economic Effects of the Expansion of the Rhine Valley Railway
Scientific support to current discussions on sustainable resource use – national, European and international level
Integrated Assessment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Transformation Pathways towards a Resource-Efficient and Greenhouse-Gas-Neutral Germany (FKZ 3721 31 101 0, ReFoPlan)
Provision of consultancy services to create a climate vulnerability and risk assessment of the Maltese economy
Clean Sky 2
Resource efficiency and natural resources in an international context
Ressourcenflüsse in Thüringen
Digitalisation and natural resources
Models to analyse international interrelations of the EU ETS
UNCHAIN – UNpacking climate impact CHAINs. A new generation of action- and user-oriented climate change risk assessments
Quantitative Assessments of Environmental Indicators
Meeting the Paris Agreement and Supporting Sustainability - quantifying synergies and trade-offs
DownScaling CLImate imPACTs and decarbonisation pathways in EU islands and enhancing socioeconomic and non-market evaluation of Climate Change for Europe, for 2050 and beyond
SYMOBIO: Systemic Monitoring and modelling of the bioeconomy
Improve the timeliness of environmental data and indicators, and their use for policy advice
Modelle, Potenziale und Langfristszenarien für Ressourceneffizienz (SimRess)
Entwicklung von Vorschlägen zum Einsatz von ökonomischen Instrumenten zur Steigerung der Ressourceneffizienz in Deutschland und der EU
Globally sustainable material prosperity standards
Analysing the German Resource Policy (PolRess)
Policy Options for a Resource-Efficient Economy (POLFREE)
Choosing Efficient Combinations of Policy Instruments for Low-carbon development (CECILIA 2050)
Tool Supported Development for Regional Adaptation (ToPDAd)
Future Internet Private Public Partnership
Macroeconomic Modelling of Sustainable Development and the Links between the Economy and the Environment (MacMod)
Customer segmentation based sales forecst
Die ökologischen und ökonomischen Wirkungen eines nachhaltigen Konsums in Deutschland
Use of Prodcom for Data Centres
Materialeffizienz und Ressourcenschonung (MaRess)

Publications of Mark Meyer