References

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

There are 40 references in this bibliography folder.

Kopp, R and Mignone, B (2011).
The U.S. Government’s Social Cost of Carbon Estimates after their First Year: Pathways for Improvement
Economics Discussion Papers, No 2011-16, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

Kopp, R, Golub, A, Keohane, N, and Onda, C (2011).
The Influence of the Specification of Climate Change Damages on the Social Cost of Carbon
Economics Discussion Papers, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, No 2011-22.

No names specified (2011).
How well do integrated assessment models simulate climate change?
Climatic Change, 104(2):255-285.

No names specified (2011).
The U.S. Government’s Social Cost of Carbon Estimates after their First Year: Pathways for Improvement
Economics Discussion Papers, No 2011-16, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

No names specified (2011).
The Influence of the Specification of Climate Change Damages on the Social Cost of Carbon
Economics Discussion Papers, Kiel Institute for the World Economy., No 2011-22.

van Vuuren, D, Lowe, J, Stehfest, E, Gohar, L, Hof, A, Hope, C, Warren, R, Meinshausen, M, and Plattner, G (2011).
How well do integrated assessment models simulate climate change?
Climatic Change, 104(2):255-285.

van Vuuren, D, Stehfest, E, Elzen, M, Kram, T, Vliet, J, Deetman, S, Isaac, M, Goldewijk, K, Hof, A, Beltran, A, Oostenrijk, R, and Ruij, B (2011).
RCP2.6: exploring the possibility to keep global mean temperature increase below 2°C
Climatic Change, 109(1):95-116.

Ackerman, F and Stanton, E (2010).
The Social Cost of Carbon
Stockholm Environment Institute-U.S. Center, April 1.

Barker, T (2010).
The Economics of Low Stabilization: Model Comparison of Mitigation Strategies and Costs
The Energy Journal, Volume 31(Special Issue):11-48.

Barker, T and Scrieciu, S (2010).
Modeling Low Climate Stabilization with E3MG: Towards a 'New Economics' Approach to Simulating Energy-Environment-Economy System Dynamics
The Energy Journal, Volume 31(Special Issue):137-164.

Edenhofer, O, Knopf, B, Barker, T, Baumstark, L, Bellevrat, E, Chateau, B, and Criqui et al., P (2010).
The Economics of Low Stabilization: Model Comparison of Mitigation Strategies and Costs
The Energy Journal, Volume 31(Special Issue):11-48.

Edenhofer, OBKTBLBEBBCPCea (2010).
The Economics of Low Stabilization: Model Comparison of Mitigation Strategies and Costs
Energy Journal, 31 (Special Issue 1):11–48.

Interagency Working Group on Social C (2010).
Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis Under Executive Order 12866
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy.

International Energy Agency (2010).
Energy Technology Perspectives 2010: Scenarios & Strategies
Paris, July.

Kitous, A, Criqui, P, Bellevrat, E, and Chateau, B (2010).
Transformation Patterns of the Worldwide Energy System - Scenarios for the Century with the POLES Model
The Energy Journal, 31 (Special Issue)(Special I):49-82.

Magne, B, Kypreos, S, and Turton, H (2010).
Technology Options for Low Stabilization Pathways with MERGE
Energy Journal, 31 (Special Issue 1):83–108..

No names specified (2010).
Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis Under Executive Order12866
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy.

No names specified (2010).
Technology Options for Low Stabilization Pathways with MERGE
Energy Journal, 31 (Special Issue 1):83–108..

No names specified (2010).
Transformation Patterns of the Worldwide Energy System - Scenarios for the Century with the POLES Model
The Energy Journal, 0(Special I):49-82.

Sherwood, S and Huber, M (2010).
An adaptability limit to climate change due to heat stress
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107 (21) (May 25):9552–9555.

van Vuuren, D, Isaac, M, Elzen, Md, Stehfest, E, and Vliet, Jv (2010).
Low Stabilization Scenarios and Implications for Major World Regions from an Integrated Assessment Perspective
The Energy Journal, 0(Special I):165-192.

Weitzman, M (2010).
GHG Targets as Insurance Against Catastrophic Climate Damages
Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, June.

Clarke, L, Tavoni, J, Krey, V, Richels, R, Rose, S, and Tavoni, M (2009).
International Climate Policy Architectures: Overview of the EMF 22 International Scenarios
Energy Economics, 31 (December):S64–S81.

DeLong, JB and Magin, K (2009).
The U.S. Equity Return Premium: Past, Present, and Future
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 23(1):193-208.

No names specified (2009).
Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy: Version 2 of the Global Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Curve
McKinsey & Company.