References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 102 references in this bibliography folder.

Anthoff, D, Hepburn, C, and Tol, R (2009).
Equity Weighing and the Marginal Damage Costs of Climate Change
Ecological Economics, 68(3).

Anderson, D (2007).
The Stern Review and the Costs of Climate Change Mitigation – A Response to the “Dual Critique” and the Misrepresentations of Tol and Yohe
World Economics, 8(1):211-219.

Arrow, K (2007).
Global Climate Change: A Challenge to Policy
Economists' Voice:1-5.

Dasgupta, P (2007).
Commentary: The Stern Review's Economics of Climate Change
National Institute Economic Review, 199:4-7.

Dietz, S, Anderson, D, Stern, N, Taylor, C, and Zenghelis, D (2007).
Right for the Right Reasons
World Economics, 8(2):229-258.

Dietz, S, Hope, C, Stern, N, and Zenghelis, D (2007).
Reflections on the Stern Review (1) A Robust Case for Strong Action to Reduce the Risks of Climate Change
World Economics, 8(1):121-168.

Hamid, L, Stern, N, and Taylor, C (2007).
Reflections on the Stern Review (2) A Growing International Opportunity to Move Strongly on Climate Change
World Economics, 8(1):169-186.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
Critical Assumptions in the Stern Review on Climate Change
Science, 317:201-202.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
A Review of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
Journal of Economic Literature, 45(3):686-702.

Schneider, S, Semenov, S, Patwardhan, A, Burton, I, Magadya, C, Oppenheimer, M, Pittock, A, Rahman, A, Smith, J, Suarez, A, and Yamin, F (2007).
Assessing Key Vulnerability and the Risk from Climate Change
In: Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability – Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, ed. by M.L. Parry et al., pp. 779-810, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Spash, C (2007).
The Economics of Climate Change Impacts a la Stern: Novel and Nuanced to Rhetorically Restricted?
Ecological Economics, 63:706-713.

Stern, N and Taylor, C (2007).
Climate Change: Risks, Ethics and the Stern Review
Science, 317(5835):203-204.

Tol, R (2007).
Europe’s Long-Term Climate Target: A Critical Evaluation
Energy Policy, 35:424-432.

Tol, R and Yohe, G (2007).
Infinite Uncertainty, Forgotten Feedbacks, and Cost-Benefit Analysis of Climate Change
Climatic Change, 83:429-442.

Tol, R and Yohe, G (2007).
A Stern Reply to the Reply to the Review of the Stern Review
World Economics, 8(2):153-159.

Weitzman, M (2007).
The Role of Uncertainty in the Economics of Catastrophic Climate Change
Unpublished.

Weitzman, M (2007).
A Review of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
Journal of Economic Literature, 45(3):703-724.

Yohe, G, Tol, R, and Murphy, D (2007).
On Setting Near-Term Climate Policy while the Dust Begins to Settle – The Legacy of the Stern Review
Energy & Environment, 18(5):621-633.

Byatt, I, Castles, I, Goklany, I, Henderson, D, Lawson, N, McKitrick, R, Morris, J, Peacock, A, Robinson, C, and Skidelsky, R (2006).
The Stern Review: A Dual Critique – Economic Aspects
World Economics, 7(4):199-229.

Carter, RM, Freitas, Cd, Goklany, I, Holland, D, and Lindzen, R (2006).
The Stern Review: A Dual Critique – The Science
World Economics, 7(4):167-198.

Guo, J, Hepburn, C, Tol, R, and Anthoff, D (2006).
Discounting and the Social Cost of Carbon: A Closer look at Uncertainty
Environmental Science & Policy, 9(3):205 - 216.

Hope, C (2006).
The Marginal Impact of CO2 from PAGE2002: An Integrated Assessment Model Incorporating the IPCC’s Five Reasons for Concern
Integrated Assessment Journal, 6(1):19-56.

Mendelsohn, R (2006).
A Critique of the Stern Report
Regulation, Winter 2006/2007:42-46.

Nordhaus, W (2006).
Geography and Macroeconomics: New Data and New Findings
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Stern, NS and Zenghelis, D (2006).
Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.