Dr. Julian Sagebiel




  • Environmental Valuation
  • Stated Preferences Methods
  • Microeconometrics

Curriculum Vitae


You can find a complete CV including publications here.

since 2022Postdoc, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig  
2020-2022Researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences  
2017 - 2020Lecturer, Technische Universität Berlin  
2013 – 2017Researcher, Institute for Ecological Economy Research Berlin  
2009 – 2013:Researcher, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin  
2011 - 2017PhD in Agricultural Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin  
2003 - 2008Diploma in Economics, Otto-von-Guericke-Universtit ̈at Magdeburg  



Wintersemester 2023/23:

Sommersemester 2023:

  • "Using Discrete Choice Experiments to Assess the Value of Urban Green"

Publikationen vor iDiv


  • Malte Welling, Ewa Zawojska, and Julian Sagebiel. Information, consequentiality and credibility in stated preference surveys: A choice experiment on climate adaptation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 82(1):257–283, 2022
  • Helen Rogers, Julian Sagebiel, Zoe Marshman, Helen Rodd, and Donna Rowen. Adolescent valuation of caries-qc-u: a child-centred preference-based measure of dental caries. Health and quality of life outcomes, 20(18), 2022
  • Marek Giergiczny, Sviataslau Valasiuk, Wiktor Kotowski, Halina Galera, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Julian Sagebiel, Wendelin Wichtmann, and Ewa Jablónska. Re-meander, rewet, rewild! An overwhelming support for restoring small rivers in three Baltic Sea basin countries. Accepted in Restoration Ecology
  • Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Julian Sagebiel, Jens Rommel, and Roland Olschewski. Types of collective action problems and farmers’ willingness to accept agri-environmental schemes in switzerland. Ecosystem Services, 50:101304, 2021.
  • Kai Rommel and Julian Sagebiel. Are consumer preferences for attributes of alter- native vehicles sufficiently accounted for in current policies? Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 10:100385, 2021
  • Julian Sagebiel, Klaus Glenk, and Jürgen Meyerhoff. Does the place of residence affect land use preferences? Evidence from a choice experiment in Germany. Bio-based and Applied Economics, 9(3):283–304, 2020
  • Julian Sagebiel, Lukas Karok, Julian Grund, and Jens Rommel. Clean environments as a social norm: A field experiment on cigarette littering. Environmental Research Communications, 2(9):091002, 2020
  • Erik Fruth, Michele Kvistad, Joe Marshall, Lena Pfeifer, Luisa Rau, Julian Sagebiel, Daniel Soto, John Tarpey, Jessica Weir, and Bradyn Winiarski. Discrete choice experiment data for street-level urban greening in Berlin. Data in Brief, 28:105027, 2020
  • Erik Fruth, Michele Kvistad, Joe Marshall, Lena Pfeifer, Luisa Rau, Julian Sagebiel, Daniel Soto, John Tarpey, Jessica Weir, and Bradyn Winiarski. Economic valuation of street-level urban greening: A case study from an evolving mixed-use area in Berlin. Land Use Policy, 89:104237, 2019
  • Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Julian Sagebiel, and Roland Olschewski. Bringing the neighbors in: A choice experiment on the influence of coordination and social norms on farmers’ willingness to accept agro-environmental schemes across Europe. Land Use Policy, 84:200– 215, 2019  
  • Klaus Glenk, Robert J. Johnston, Jürgen Meyerhoff, and Julian Sagebiel. Spatial dimen- sions of stated preference valuation in environmental and resource economics: Methods, trends and challenges. Environmental and Resource Economics, 75(2):215–242, 2019
  • Jan Knoefel, Julian Sagebiel, Özgür Yildiz, Jakob R. Müller, and Jens Rommel. A consumer perspective on corporate governance in the energy transition: Evidence from a discrete choice experiment in Germany. Energy Economics, 75:440–448, 2018
  • Amely Gundlach, Marius Ehrlinspiel, Svenja Kirsch, Alexander Koschker, and Julian Sagebiel. Investigating people’s preferences for car-free city centers: A discrete choice experiment. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 63:677–688, 2018
  • Malte Müller, Markus Hanisch, Agustina Malvido, Jens Rommel, and Julian Sagebiel. The structural effect of cooperatives on price volatility in the European dairy sector. Applied Economics Letters, 25(8):576–579, 2018
  • Marin Rayanov, Alexandra Dehnhardt, Manon Glockmann, Volkmar Hartje, Jesko Hirschfeld, Maria Lindow, Julian Sagebiel, Julia Thiele, and Malte Welling. The economic value of river landscapes for recreational use: A willingness-to-pay study in four regions in germany. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, 62(6):410–422, 2018
  • Ranjan Ghosh, Yugank Goyal, Jens Rommel, and Julian Sagebiel. Are small firms willing to pay for improved power supply? Evidence from a contingent valuation study in India. Energy Policy, 109:659–665, 2017
  • Kai Rommel and Julian Sagebiel. Preferences for micro-cogeneration in Germany: Policy implications for grid expansion from a discrete choice experiment. Applied Energy, 206:612– 622, 2017
  • Julian Sagebiel. Preference heterogeneity in energy discrete choice experiments: A review on methods for model selection. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 69:804–811, 2017
  • Julian Sagebiel, Klaus Glenk, and Jürgen Meyerhoff. Spatially explicit demand for afforestation. Forest Policy and Economics, 78:190–199, 2017
  • Christian Kimmich and Julian Sagebiel. Empowering irrigation: A game-theoretic approach to electricity utilization in Indian agriculture. Utilities Policy, 43:174–185, 2016
  • Julian Sagebiel, Carmen Schwartz, Mounaim Rhozyel, Sandra Rajmis,and Jesko Hirschfeld. Economic valuation of Baltic marine ecosystem services: blind spots and limited consistency. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73(4):991–1003, 2016
  • Jens Rommel, Julian Sagebiel, and Jakob R. Müller. Quality uncertainty and the market for renewable energy: Evidence from German consumers. Renewable Energy, 94:106–113, August 2016
  • Nicholas Magliocca, Jasper Van Vliet, Calum Brown, Tom Evans, Thomas Houet, Peter Messerli, Joseph Messina, Kimberly Nicholas, Christine Ornetsmüller, Julian Sagebiel, et al. From meta-studies to modeling: Using synthesis knowledge to build broadly applicable process-based land change models. Environmental Modelling & Software, 72:10–20, 2015
  • Julian Sagebiel, Jakob R. Müller, and Jens Rommel. Are consumers willing to pay more for electricity from cooperatives? Results from an online Choice Experiment in Germany. Energy Research & Social Science, 2:90–101, June 2014
  • Julian Sagebiel and Kai Rommel. Preferences for electricity supply attributes in emerging megacities — Policy implications from a discrete choice experiment of private households in Hyderabad, India. Energy for Sustainable Development, 21:89–99, August 2014
  • Markus Hanisch, Christian Kimmich, Jens Rommel, and Julian Sagebiel. Coping with power scarcity in an emerging megacity: A consumers’ perspective from Hyderabad. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 33(3/4):189–204, 2010



Kliem, Lea, Sagebiel, Julian

(2023): Consumers' preferences for commons-based and open-source produce: A discrete choice experiment with directional information manipulations. Food Policy

Welling, M., Sagebiel, J., Rommel, J.

(2023): Information processing in stated preference surveys: A case study on urban gardens. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Rommel, J., Sagebiel, J., Baaken, M. C., Barreiro-Hurlé, J., Bougherara, D., Cembalo, L., Cerjak, M., Čop, T., Czajkowski, M., Espinosa-Goded, M., Höhler, J., Kuhfuss, L., Lagerkvist, C.-J., Lapierre, M., Lefebvre, M., Matzdorf, B., Ott, E., Paparella, A., Quendler, E., Rodriguez-Entrena, M., Schulze, C., Šumrada, T., Tensi, A., Thoyer, S., Maksan, M. T., Vecchio, R., Willinger, M., Zagórska, K.

(2022): Farmers' risk preferences in 11 European farming systems: A multi-country replication of Bocquého et al. (2014). Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy

Rommel, J., Schulze, C., Matzdorf, B., Sagebiel, J., Wechner, V.

(2022): Learning about German farmers’ willingness to cooperate from public goods games and expert predictions. Q Open
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