References

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

There are 64 references in this bibliography folder.

Chichilnisky, G (2009).
The Topology of Fear
Journal of Mathematical Economics.

Chichilnisky, G (2009).
Beyond the Global Divide: From Basic Needs to the Knowledge Revolution
Unpublished.

Chichilnisky, G (2009).
The Limits of Econometrics: Nonparametric Estimation in Hilbert Spaces
Econometric Theory, 25(4):1070-1086.

Chichilnisky, G and Sheeran, K (2009).
Saving Kyoto
New Holland, UK.

Lieberman, N and Trope, Y (2008).
The Psychology of Transcending the Here and Now
Science 21(322):1201-1205.

Schipper, J (2008).
The Status of the World's Land and Marine Mammals: Diversity Threat and Knowledge
Science, 322(21):1201-1205.

Chichilnisky, G (2006).
Catastrophic Risks: The Need for New Tools, Financial Instruments and Institutions
In: .

Chichilnisky, G (2002).
Catastrophic Risk
In: Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, ed. by Abdel H. El-Shaarawi and Walter W. Piegorsch, vol. 1, pp. 274-279, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK.

Chichilnisky, G (2000).
An Axiomatic Approach to Choice Under Uncertainty with Catastrophic Risks
Resource & Energy Economics, 22(3):221-231.

Heal, G (2000).
Valuing the Future: Economic Theory and Sustainability
Columbia University Press.

United_Nations (2000).
We the Peoples
In: Millenium Report 2000, New York.

Chichilnisky, G and Baryshnikov, Y (1999).
Intergenerational Choice: A Paradox and A Solution
In: Topology and Markets, ed. by G. Chichilnisky, vol. 22, pp. 99-110, American Mathematical Society and Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

Chichilnisky, G (1998).
Sustainable Development and North-South Trade
In: Protection of Global Biodiversity: Converging Strategies, ed. by Lakshman D. Guruswamy and Je rey A. McNeely, pp. 101-117, Duke University Press, Durham and London.

Chichilnisky, G and Zhou, Y (1998).
Smooth Infinite Economies
Journal of Mathematical Economics, 29(1):27-42.

Chichilnisky, G, Beltratti, A, and Heal, G (1998).
Sustainable Use of Renewable Resources
In: Sustainable Use of Renewable Resources, ed. by G. Chichilnisky, G.M. Heal, and A.Vercelli, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Chichilnisky, G, Beltratti, A, and Heal, G (1998).
Uncertain Future Preferences and Conservation
In: Sustainabilitv: Dynamics and Uncertainty, ed. by G. Chichilnisky, G. M. Heal, and A. Vercelli, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Chichilnisky, G, Beltratti, A, and Heal, G (1998).
Sustainabilitv: Dynamics and Uncertainty
In: Sustainabilitv: Dynamics and Uncertainty, ed. by G. Chichilnisky, G. M. Heal, and A. Vercelli, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Chichilnisky, G, Heal, G, and Vercelli, S (1998).
Sustainability, Dynamics and Uncertainty
Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Chichilnisky, G (1997).
What is Sustainable Development
Land Economics, 73(4):467-491.

Lauwers, L (1997).
A Note on Weak -Chichilnisky Rules
Social Choice and Welfare, 14(2):357-359.

Chichilnisky, G (1996).
An Axiomatic Approach to Sustainable Development
Social Choice and Welfare, 13(2):231-257.

Beltratti, A, Chichilnisky, G, and Heal, G (1995).
The Green Golden Rule
Economics Letters, 49(2):175-179.

Chichilnisky, G, Beltratti, A, and Heal, GM (1995).
Sustainable Growth and the Green Golden Rule
In: The Economics of Sustainable Development, OECD, Paris.

Chichilnisky, G, Beltratti, A, and Hea, G (1994).
The Environment and the Long Run: A Comparison of Different Criteria
Richerche Economiche, 48:319-340.

Cropper, M, Aydede, S, and Portney, P (1994).
Preferences for Life Saving Programs: How the Public Discounts Time and Age
ournal of Risk and Uncertainty, 8:243-265.