Jessika Luth Richter

Doctoral Student, Graduate Diploma, MSc, B.A.

Research

Jessika is interested in policies and initiatives enabling a circular economy, including extended producer responsibility policies and stakeholder practices, ecodesign policies, green procurement and circular business practices. She also has experience evaluating environmental economic instruments such as emission trading schemes and green stimulus packages. She is currently researching policy instruments for energy efficient lighting products and how questions related to design, disposal, collection, labels, procurement, and value in closing material loops (particularly for critical materials) can be addressed in a synergistic way. Jessika is also involved in teaching, including design and running of massive open online courses, at the IIIEE.

Recent research outputs

Peck, P. (ed.), Richter, J. L. (ed.), Delaney, K. (ed.), Peck, P., Richter, J. L., Dalhammar, C., Peck, D., Orlov, D., Machacek, E., Gillabel, J., Nußholz, J. L. K., Wrancken, K., Whalen, K., Modis, K., Milios, L., Messing, M., Bocken, N., Tojo, N., Davris, P., Manshoven, S. & 3 othersSfez, S., Thomas Lindhqvist & Yuliya Voytenko Palgan, 2019 Jan 15, Version 02 Draft 2019-01-15 ed. Lund: The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics. 87 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReport

Jessika Luth Richter, van Buskirk, R., Carl Dalhammar & Bennich, P., 2019 Jan, In : Energy Efficiency. 12, 1, p. 107-121

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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