References

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

There are 56 references in this bibliography folder.

Kopp, R and Mignone, B (2012).
The U.S. government's social cost of carbon estimates after their first two years: Pathways for improvement
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, in press.

Kousky, C, Kopp, R, and Cooke, R (2011).
Risk premia and the social cost of carbon: a review
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 5(2011-21).

Lobell, D, Schlenker, W, and Costa-Roberts, J (2011).
Climate trends and global crop production since 1980
Science, 333:616–620.

New, M, Liverman, D, Schroder, H, and Anderson, K (2011).
Four degrees and beyond: The potential for a global temperature increase of four degrees and its implications
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 369:6–19.

Tol, R (2011).
The social cost of carbon
Annual Review of Resource Economics, 3:419–443.

Ackerman, F, Stanton, E, and Bueno, R (2010).
Fat tails, exponents, extreme uncertainty: Simulating catastrophe in DICE
Ecological Economics, 69:1657–1665.

Anthoff, D and Tol, R (2010).
The climate framework for uncertainty, negotiation and distribution (FUND), technical description, version 3.5
Miscellaneous publication.

Crost, B and Traeger, C (2010).
Risk and aversion in the integrated assessment of climate change
, CUDARE Working Paper(1104).

Interagency Working Group on the Social Cost of Carbon (2010).
Appendix 15a. Social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis under Executive Order 12866
In: Final rule technical support document (TSD): Energy efficiency program for commercial and industrial equipment: small electric motors, U.S. Department of Energy.

Newbold, S, Griffiths, C, Moore, C, Wolverton, A, and Kopits, E (2010).
The "social cost of carbon'' made simple
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency National Center for Environmental Economics, Working Paper(2010-07).

Weitzman, M (2009b).
On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91:1-19.

Anthoff, D, Hepburn, C, and Tol, R (2009).
Equity weighting and the marginal damage costs of climate change
Ecological Economics, 68:836–849.

Atkinson, G, Dietz, S, Helgeson, J, Hepburn, C, and Sælen, H (2009).
Siblings, not triplets: Social preferences for risk, inequality and time in discounting climate change
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal(2009-26).

Traeger, C (2009).
Recent developments in the intertemporal modeling of uncertainty
Annual Review of Resource Economics, 1:261–286.

Weitzman, M (2009).
Additive damages, fat-tailed climate dynamics, and uncertain discounting
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 3(2009-39).

Weitzman, ML (2009).
On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91:1–19.

Hope, C (2008).
Discount rates, equity weights and the social cost of carbon
Energy Economics, 30:1011–1019.

Sterner, T and Persson, U (2008).
An even Sterner review: Introducing relative prices into the discounting debate
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2:61–76.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
Accompanying notes and documentation on development of DICE-2007 model
Miscellaneous publication.

Roe, G and Baker, M (2007).
Why is climate sensitivity so unpredictable?
Science, 318:629 –632.

Schneider, S, Semenov, S, Patwardhan, A, Burton, I, Magadza, C, Oppenheimer, M, Pittock, A, Rahman, A, Smith, J, and Suarez, A (2007).
Assessing key vulnerabilities and the risk from climate change
In: Climate change 2007: Impacts, adaptation and vulnerability, ed. by Parry, M. L. and Canziani, O. F. and Palutilkof, J. P. and van der Linden, P. J. and Hanson, C. E., pp. 779–810, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Toya, H and Skidmore, M (2007).
Economic development and the impacts of natural disasters
Economics Letters, 94:20–25.

Hope, C (2006).
The marginal impact of CO$_2$ from PAGE2002: An integrated assessment model incorporating the IPCC's five reasons for concern
Integrated Assessment, 6:19–56.

Warren, R, Hope, C, Mastrandrea, M, Tol, R, Adger, N, and Lorenzoni, I (2006).
Spotlighting the impacts functions in integrated assessments. Research report prepared for the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
Tyndall Centre, Working Paper(91).

Fankhauser, S and Tol, R (2005).
On climate change and economic growth
Resource and Energy Economics, 27:1-17.