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  1. (2014)
    Armon , Rezai ; RICK , VAN DERPLOEG ; Rick , Van der Ploeg ; Frederick (Rick), van der Ploeg ; Armon, Rezai. Robustness of a Simple Rule for the Social Cost of Carbon
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  2. (2014)
    Zuzana, Iršová ; David , Zilberman ; Tomas, Havranek ; Karel, Janda. Selective Reporting and the Social Cost of Carbon
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  3. (2014)
    Frederick , van der Ploeg ; Frederick (Rick), van der Ploeg ; Armon, Rezai. Abandoning Fossil Fuel; How fast and how much?
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  4. (2013)
    Frank , Ackerman ; Elizabeth , Stanton ; Ramon , Bueno ; Frank, Ackerman. Epstein–Zin Utility in DICE: Is Risk Aversion Irrelevant to Climate Policy?
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  5. (2013)
    Jonathan, Harris. Green Keynesianism: Beyond Standard Growth Paradigms
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  6. (2013)
    RICK , VAN DERPLOEG ; Rick , Van der Ploeg ; Frederick (Rick), van der Ploeg. Untapped Fossil Fuel and the Green Paradox: A classroom calibration of the optimal carbon tax
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  7. (2013)
    RICK , VAN DERPLOEG ; Rick , Van der Ploeg ; Armon , Rezai ; Frederick (Rick), van der Ploeg ; Armon, Rezai. Abandoning Fossil Fuel: How fast and how much?
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    R., Warren ; J., Lowe ; N., Arnell ; C., Hope ; P., Berry ; S., Brown ; A., Gambhir ; S., Gosling ; R., Nicholls ; J., OHanley ; T., Osborn ; T., Osborne ; J., Price ; S., Raper ; G., Rose ; J., van der Wal ; J., Vanderwal ; Chris, Hope. The AVOID programme’s new simulations of the global benefits of stringent climate change mitigation
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    Duncan K., Foley ; Armon , Rezai ; Lance , Taylor ; Armon, Rezai ; Duncan, Foley. The social cost of carbon emissions: Seven propositions
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  10. (2013)
    Armon , Rezai ; Duncan , Foley ; Lance , Taylor ; Duncan, Foley ; Armon, Rezai. The Social Cost of Carbon Emissions
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  11. (2012)
    David , Greasley ; Eoin , McLaughlin ; Jan , Kunnas ; Les , Oxley ; Nicholas , Hanley ; Paul , Warde ; Eoin, McLaughlin ; Nick, Hanley ; Jan, Kunnas ; Les, Oxley. How Environmental Pollution from Fossil Fuels can be included in measures of National Accounts and Estimates of Genuine Savings
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  12. (2012)
    Simon , Dietz. The treatment of risk and uncertainty in the US social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis
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  13. (2011)
    Simon , Dietz. The treatment of risk and uncertainty in the US Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis
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