References

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

There are 46 references in this bibliography folder.

Karp, L and Fujii, T (2008).
Numerical analysis of non-constant pure rate of time preference: A model of climate policy
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 56:83-101.

Karp, L (2007).
Non-constant discounting in continuous time
Journal of Economic Theory, 132:557-568.

Salanie, F and Treich, N (2006).
Over-savings and hyperbolic discounting
European Economic Review, 50:1557–1570.

Groom, B, Hepburn, C, Koundouri, P, and Pearce, D (2005).
Declining discount rates: the long and the short of it
Environmental and Resource Economics, 32:445-493.

Karp, L (2005).
Global warming and hyperbolic discounting
Journal of Public Economics, 89:261-282.

Pearce, D (2003).
Will global warming be controlled? Reflections on the irresolution of humankind
In: Challenges to the World Economy. Festschrift for Horst Siebert., ed. by Pethig, R. and M. Raucher, Springer, Berlin.

Pearce, D, Groom, B, Hepburn, C, and Koundouri, P (2003).
Valuing the future. Recent advances in social discounting
World Economics, 4:121–141.

Frederick, S, Loewenstein, G, and O’Donoghue, T (2002).
Time discounting and time preference: A critical review
Journal of Economic Literature, 40:351–401.

Gollier, C (2002).
Discounting an uncertain future
Journal of Public Economics, 85:149-166.

Brocas, I and Carrillo, J (2001).
Rush and procrastination under interdependent activities
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 22:141-144.

Gruber, J and Koszegi, B (2001).
Is addiction rational? Theory and evidence
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 116:1261–1305.

Harris, C and Laibson, D (2001).
Dynamic choices of hyperbolic consumers
Econometrica, 69:935-957.

Proops, J (2001).
The (non-)economics of the nuclear fuel cycle: an historical and discourse analysis
Ecological Economics, 39:13–19.

Gintis, H (2000).
Beyond homo economicus: evidence from experimental economics
Ecological Economics, 35:311-322.

Li, CZ and Löfgren, K (2000).
Renewable resources and economic sustainability: A dynamic analysis with heterogenous time preferences
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 40:236–250.

Azfar, O (1999).
Rationalizing hyperbolic discounting
Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, 38:245-252.

Cropper, M and Laibson, D (1999).
The implications of hyperbolic discounting for project evaluation
In: Discounting and Intergenerational Equity, ed. by Portney, P.R. and J.P. Weyant, Washington DC. Resources for the Future.

O’Donoghue, T and Rabin, M (1999).
Doing it now or later
American Economic Review, 89:103–124.

Portney, P and Weyant, J (1999).
Discounting and intergenerational equity
Resources for the Future, Washington DC.

Heal, G (1998).
Valuing the future: Economic theory and sustainability
Columbia University Press, New York.

Laibson, D (1998).
Life-cycle consumption and hyperbolic discount functions
European Economic Review, 42:861–871.

Weitzman, M (1998).
Why the far distant future should be discounted at its lowest possible rate
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 36:201–208.

Laibson, D (1997).
Golden eggs and hyperbolic discounting
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 112:443–479.

Chichilnisky, G (1996).
An axiomatic approach to sustainable development
Social Choice and Welfare, 13:231–257.

Rabl, A (1996).
Discounting of long-term costs: what would future generations prefer us to do?
Ecological Economics, 17:137–145.