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  1. (2013)
    Simon , Dietz ; Cameron , Hepburn. Benefit–cost analysis of non-marginal climate and energy projects
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  2. (2013)
    Frank , Ackerman ; Elizabeth , Stanton ; Ramon , Bueno ; Frank, Ackerman. Epstein–Zin Utility in DICE: Is Risk Aversion Irrelevant to Climate Policy?
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    Alexander , Golub ; Chikara , Onda ; Nathaniel O., Keohane ; Robert E., Kopp. The influence of the specification of climate change damages on the social cost of carbon
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  4. Carolyn Kousky, Robert E. Kopp, and Roger Cooke (2011)
    Risk premia and the social cost of carbon: A review
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  5. Robert E. Kopp, Alexander Golub, Nathaniel O. Keohane, and Chikara Onda (2011)
    The influence of the specification of climate change damages on the social cost of carbon
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  6. RICHARD S. J. TOL (2010)
    INTERNATIONAL INEQUITY AVERSION AND THE SOCIAL COST OF CARBON
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  7. Thierry BRECHET, Julien THENIE, Thibaut ZEIMES, and Stéphane ZUBER (2010)
    The benefits of cooperation under uncertainty: the case of climate change
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  8. Richard S. J. Tol (2010)
    The Economic Impact of Climate Change
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  9. Richard S.J. Tol (2009)
    International inequity aversion and the social cost of carbon
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  10. Gary W. Yohe, Richard S. J. Tol, and David Anthoff (2009)
    Discounting for Climate Change
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