References

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

There are 28 references in this bibliography folder.

Ackerman, F and Stanton, EA (2012).
Climate Risks and Carbon Prices: Revising the Social Cost of Carbon
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 6(2012-10).

Weitzman, M (2012).
GHG Targets as Insurance Against Catastrophic Climate Damages
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2(14):221-244.

Dietz, S (2011).
High Impact, Low Probability? An Empirical Analysis of Risk in the Economics of Climate Change
Climatic Change, 108:519-541.

Ackerman, F, Stanton, E, and Bueno, R (2010).
Fat Tails, Exponents, Extreme Uncertainty: Simulating Catastrophe in DICE
Ecological Economics, 69(8):1657-1665.

Dietz, S and Fankhauser, S (2010).
Environmental Prices, Uncertainty and Learning
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 26(2):270-284.

Millner, A, Dietz, S, and G., H (2010).
Ambiguity and Climate Policy
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers(16050).

U.S. Department of Energy (2010).
Final Rule Technical Support Document (TSD): Energy Efficiency Program for Commercial and Industrial Equipment: Small Electric Motors
In: Appendix 15A. Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis under Executive Order 12866, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC.

Gilboa, I (2009).
Theory of Decision under Uncertainty
Cambridge University Press.

Weitzman, M (2009).
On Modeling and Interpreting the Economics of Catastrophic Climate Change
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91(1):1-19.

Department of Energy and Climate Change (2008).
Carbon Valuation in UK Policy Appraisal: A Revised Approach
DECC, London.

Hahn, R and Tetlock, P (2008).
Has Economic Analysis Improved Regulatory Decisions?
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 22(1):67-84.

Hanemann, M (2008).
What is the economic cost of climate change?
University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Nordhaus, W (2008).
A Question of Balance Weighing the Options on Global Wanning Policies
Yale University Press, New Haven.

Tol, R (2008).
The Social Cost of Carbon: Trends, Outliers and Catastrophes
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2(2008-25).

Stern, N (2007).
The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Warren, R, Hope, C, Mastrandrea, M, Tol, R, Adger, W, 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 Working Paper(91).

Klibanoff, P, Marinacci, M, and Mukerji, S (2005).
A Smooth Model of Decision Making under Ambiguity
Econometrica, 73(6):1849-1892.

Pizer, W (2002).
Combining Price and Quantity Controls to Mitigate Global Climate Change
Journal of Public Economics, 85(3):409-434.

Smith, L (2002).
What Might We Learn from Climate Forecasts?
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 99(Suppl 1):2487-2492.

Nordhaus, W and Boyer, J (2000).
Warming the World: Economic Models of Global Warming
MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.

Camerer, C and Weber, M (1992).
Recent Developments in Modeling Preferences: Uncertainty and Ambiguity
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 5(4):325-370.

Weitzman, M (1974).
Prices vs. Quantities
Review of Economic Studies, 41(4):477-491.

Knight, F (1921).
Risk, Uncertainty and Profit
Houghton Mifflin, Boston.

Clarkson, R and Deyes, K ().
Estimating the Social Cost of Carbon Emissions
HM Treasury, London.

No names specified ().

PhD thesis.