References

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

There are 38 references in this bibliography folder.

Gollier, C (2008).
Ecological Discounting
Miscellaneous publication, Paper presented at the EAERE Annual Conference 2008 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Creedy, J (2007).
Discounting and the Social Time Preference Rate
University of Melbourne Department of Economics, Working Paper.

Hoel, M and Sterner, T (2007).
Discounting and Relative Prices
Climatic Change, 84:1480-1573.

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

Sterner, T and Persson, U (2007).
An Even Sterner Review: Introducing Relative Prices into the Discounting Debate
Resources For the Future, Discussion Papers(dp-07-37).

Traeger, C (2007).
Sustainability, Limited Substitutability and Non-Constant Social Discount Rates
Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, University of California, Discussion Paper(1045), Berkeley.

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 and Tol, R (2007).
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change
Environment, 49:36-42.

Stern, N, Peters, S, Bakhshi, V, Bowen, A, Cameron, C, Catovsky, S, Crane, D, S., C, Dietz, S, Edmonson, N, Garbett, S, Hamid, L, Hoffman, G, Ingram, D, Jones, B, Patmore, N, Radcliffe, H, Sathiyarajah, R, Stock, M, Taylor, C, Vernon, T, Wanjie, H, and Zenghelis, D (2006).
Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change
HM Treasury, London.

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(4):445-493.

Weikard, HZ (2005).
Discounting and environmental quality: When should dual rates be used?
Economic Modelling, 22(5):868-878.

Guesnerie, R (2004).
Calcul economique et developpement durable
La Revue Economique, 55:363-382.

Tol, R (2004).
On Dual-Rate Discounting
Economic Modelling, 21:95-98.

Perman, R, Ma, Y, McGilvray, J, and Common, M (2003).
Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
Pearson/ Addison Wesley, Harlow, England, 3rd ed.

Yang, Z (2003).
Dual-Rate Discounting in Dynamic Economic-Environmental Modeling
Economic Modelling, 20(5):941-957.

Gerlagh, R and van_der_Zwaan, B (2002).
Long-Term Substitutability between Environmental and Man-Made Goods
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 44(2):329-345.

Horowitz, J (2002).
Preferences in the Future
Environmental & Resource Economics, 21(3):241-258.

Nordhaus, W and Boyer, J (2000).
Warming the World
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Neumayer, E (1999).
Global Warming: Discounting is not the Issue, but Substitutability Is
Energy Policy, 27:33-43.

Amano, R and Wirjanto, T (1998).
Government Expenditures and the Permanent-Income Model
Review of Economic Dynamics, 1(3):719-730.

K., H, S., H, R., G, V., O, and Storch, Hv (1997).
Sensitivity Study of Optimal CO2 Emission Paths Using a Simplified Structural Integrated Assessment Model
Climatic Change, 37:345-386.

Arrow, K, Cline, W, Mäler, K, Munasinghe, M, Squitieri, R, and Stiglitz, J (1996).
Intertemporal Equity, Discounting, and Economic Efficiency
In: Climate Change 1995 – Economic and Social Dimensions of Climate Change, ed. by J. Bruce, H. Lee, and E. Haites, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Nordhaus, W and Yang, Z (1996).
A Regional Dynamic General-Equilibrium Model of Alternative Climate-Change Strategies
American Economic Review, 86(4):741-765.

Fisher, A and Krutilla, J (1975).
Resource Conservation, Environmental Preservation, and the Rate of Discount
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 89(3):358-370.

Samuelson, P (1974).
Complementarity: An Essay on The 40th Anniversary of the Hicks-Allen Revolution in Demand Theory
Journal of Economic Literature, 12(4):1255-1289.