References

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

There are 59 references in this bibliography folder.

Anthoff, D, Tol, R, and Yohe, G (2008).
Risk Aversion, Time Preference and the Social Cost of Carbon
Economic and Social Research Institute, ESRI Working Paper(252), Dublin.

Dietz, S, Hepburn, C, and Stern, N (2008).
Economics, Ethics and Climate Change. Arguments for a Better World: Essays in Honour of Amartya Sen
In: Society, Institutions and Development, ed. by K. Basu and R. Kanbur, vol. 2, pp. 365-386, Oxford University Press.

Atkinson, T and Brandolini, A (2007).
On Analysing the World Distribution of Income
Oxford University.

Beckerman, W and Hepburn, C (2007).
Ethics of the Discount Rate in the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
World Economics, 8(1):187-210.

Cameron, T and Gerdes, G (2007).
Discounting Versus Risk Aversion: Their Effects on Individual Demands for Climate Change Mitigation
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Dasgupta, P (2007).
Discounting Climate Change
University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Dietz, S, Hope, C, and Patmore, N (2007).
Some Economics of 'Dangerous' Climate Change: Reflections on the Stern Review
Global Environmental Change, 17(3-4):311-325.

IPCC (2007).
Climate Change 2007—Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
Cambridge University Press, Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC, Cambridge.

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

Stern, N (2007).
The Economics of Climate Change
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

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

Bateman, I, Jones, A, Jude, S, and Day, B (2006).
Reducing Gains/Loss Asymmetry: a Virtual Reality Choice Experiment (VRCE) Valuing Land Use Change
University of East Anglia, CSERGE Working Paper EDM(06-16), Norwich, UK.

Di_Tella, R and MacCulloch, R (2006).
Some Uses of Happiness Data in Economics
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20(1):25-46.

Gollier, C (2006).
Institute Outlook: Climate Change and Insurance: An Evaluation of the Stern Report on the Economics of Climate Change
Barbon Institute.

Carlsson, F, Daruvala, D, and Johansson-Stenman, O (2005).
Are People Inequality-Averse, or Just Risk-Averse?
Economica, 72(3):375-396.

Layard, R (2005).
Happiness: Lessons from a New Science
Penguin, London.

Office_of_National_Statistics (2005).
Age Structure: Average Age Rose to 38.6 Years in 2004
Miscellaneous publication.

Ha-Duong, M and Treich, N (2004).
Risk Aversion, Intergenerational Equity and Climate Change
HAL, Post-Print(halshs-00000680_v2).

Office_of_National_Statistics (2004).
Focus on Social Inequality – Summary Report
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De Vaus, D (2002).
Surveys in Social Research
U.Hyman, London.

Hartog, J, Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A, and Jonker, N (2002).
Linking Measured Risk Aversion to Individual Characteristics
Kyklos, 55(1):3-26.

Johansson-Stenman, O, Carlsson, F, and Daruvala, D (2002).
Measuring Future Grandparents' Preferences for Equality and Relative Standing
The Economic Journal, 112(479):362-383.

Kapteyn, A and Teppa, F (2001).
Hypothetical Intertemporal Consumption Choices
Tilburg University, Center for Economic Research, Discussion Paper(2001-31).

Kenyon, W, Hanley, N, and Nevin, C (2001).
Citizens' Juries: An Aid to Environmental Valuation?
Environment and Planning, C 19:557-566.

Nordhaus, W and Boyer, J (2000).
Warming the World: the Economics of the Greenhouse Effect
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.