Johannes Liebig specialised in climate policy and energy economics during his studies at the Hertie School and Bocconi University. Prior to joining Hertie School, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Political and Communication Science at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf and spent a semester abroad at the University of California, San Diego. During his graduate studies he served as Research Assistant at MODEX-POLINS, a project on the market effects of energy policy instruments, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and as vice-president of the Hertie School chapter of European Horizons, a student-run transatlantic policy incubator. Furthermore, he held positions at consultancies Roland Berger and PD - Berater der öffentlichen Hand, advising regional and federal ministries.
Master's thesis title
Leading or mediocre? Assessing UK’s self-claimed climate policy leadership