This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.
There are 57 references in this bibliography folder.
The treatment of risk and uncertainty in the US social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis
Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, University of Leeds and London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, Working Paper(64).
High impact, low probability? An empirical analysis of risk in the economics of climate change
Climatic Change, 108(3):519-541.
Kopp, R, Golub, A, Keohane, N, and Ondra, C
The influence of the specification of climate change damages on the social cost of carbon
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Economics Discussion Papers(2011-22).
Crost, B and Traeger, C
Risk and aversion in the integrated assessment of climate change
Department of Agricultural & Resources Economics, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, CUDARE Working Paper(1104).
Gerst, M, Howarth, R, and Borsuk, M
Accounting for the risk of extreme outcomes in an integrated assessment of climate change
Energy Policy, 38:4540-4548.
Social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis under executive order 12866
United States Government, Washington, D.C.
Millner, ASD and Heal, G
Ambiguity and climate policy
Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, University of Leeds and the London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Newbold, S and Daigneault, A
Uncertainty and the benefits of climate change policies
In: Assessing the Benefits of Avoided Climate Change: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Beyond, ed. by J. Gulledge, L. J. Richardson, L. Adkins and S. Seidel, Arlington, VA: Pew Center on Global Climate Change.
Newbold, S, Griffiths, C, Moore, C, Wolverton, A, and Kopits, E
The “social cost of carbon” made simple
National Center for Environmental Economics, United States Enviromental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., Working Paper(10-07).
Fat tails, thin tails, and climate change policy
National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA, NBER Working Paper(16353).
Sherwood, S and Huber, M
An adaptability limit to climate change due to heat stress
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(21):9552–9555.
Ackerman, F, Stanton, E, and Bueno, R
Fat tails, exponents, and extreme uncertainty: simulating catastrophe in DICE
Stockholm Environment Institute, Working Paper(WP-US-0901).
Anthoff, D, Tol, R, and Yohe, G
Risk aversion, time preference, and the social cost of carbon
Environmental Research Letters, 4.
The economics of climate change: a post-stern perspective
Climatic Change, 96:275–297.
Robust control in global warming management: an analytical dynamic integrated assesment
Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C, RFF Discussion Paper(09-19).
Newbold, S and Daigneault, A
Climate response uncertainty and the benefits of greenhouse gas emissions reductions
Environmental and Resource Economics, 44(3):351-377.
Sælen, H, Dietz, S, Hepburn, C, Helgeson, J, and Atkinson, G
Siblings, Not Triplets: Social Preferences for Risk, Inequality and Time in Discounting Climate Change
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 3(2009-26).
Recent developments in the intertemporal modeling of uncertainty
Annual Review of Resource Economics, 1(1):261–286.
On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change
Review of Economics and Statistics, 91(1):1–19.
Brekke, K and Johansson-Stenman, O
The behavioural economics of climate change
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 24(2):280-297.
McInerney, D and Keller, K
Economically optimal risk reduction strategies in the face of uncertain climate thresholds
Climatic Change, 91:29-41.
Is the Stern Review an economic analysis?
Environmental Economics and Policy, 2(1):45-60.
Evaluation of risk in cost-benefit analysis of climate change
In: Economics and Management of Climate Change:Risks, Mitigation and Adaptation, ed. by B. Hansjürgens and R. Antes, New York: Springer.
A question of balance: weighing the options on global warming policies
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Sterner, T and Persson, U
An even sterner review: introducing relative prices into the discounting debate
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2(1):61–76.