Journal articles


Priority for the worse-off and the social cost of carbon,” with Matthew Adler, Valentina Bosetti, Greg Garner, Klaus Keller and Nicolas Treich, Nature Climate Change, 2017.


Shutting Down the Thermohaline Circulation,” with F. Estrada and R.S.J. Tol, American Economic Review, 2016, 106(5): 602-606.


Using and improving the social cost of carbon,” with W. Pizer, M. Adler, J. Aldy, M. Cropper, K. Gillingham, M. Greenstone, B. Murray, R. Newell, R. Richels, A. Rowell, S. Waldhoff and J. Wiener, Science, 2014, 346(6214): 1189-1190.


The Marginal Damage Costs of Different Greenhouse Gases: An Application of FUND,” with Stephanie Waldhoff, Steven Rose and Richard S.J. Tol, Economics: The Open-Access, Open Assessment E-Journal, 2014, 8(2014-31): 1-33.


Climate policy under fat-tailed risk: an application of FUND,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Annals of Operations Research, 2014, 220(1): 223-237.


The Uncertainty about the Social Cost of Carbon: A Decomposition Analysis Using FUND,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Climatic Change, 2013, 117(3): 515-530. “Erratum to: The uncertainty about the social cost of carbon: A decomposition analysis using FUND,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Climatic Change, 2013. [code]

 

Self-interested low-carbon growth in Brazil, China and India,” with John Ward, Cameron Hepburn, Simon Baptist, Philip Gradwell, Chris Hope and Max Krahé, Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, 2012, 4(3): 291-318.

 

Climate damages in the FUND model: A comment,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Ecological Economics, 2012, 81: 42.

 

On International Equity Weights and National Decision Making on Climate Change,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2010, 60(1): 14-20.

 

Government Failure and Market Failure: On the Inefficiency of Environmental and Energy Policy,” with Robert W. Hahn, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 2010, 26(2): 197-224.

 

International Climate Policy and Regional Welfare Weights,” with Daiju Narita and Richard S.J. Tol, Environmental Science & Policy, 2010, 13(8): 713-720.

 

The Economic Impact of Substantial Sea-Level Rise,” with Robert J. Nicholls and Richard S.J. Tol, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 2010, 15(4): 321-335.

 

Economic Costs of Extratropical Storms Under Climate Change: An Application of FUND,” with Daiju Narita and Richard S.J. Tol, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2010, 53(3): 371-384.

 

The Impact of Climate Change on the Balanced-Growth-Equivalent: An Application of FUND,” with Richard S.J. Tol, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2009, 43(3): 351-367.

 

Equity weighting and the marginal damage costs of climate change,” with Cameron Hepburn and Richard S.J. Tol, Ecological Economics, 2009, 68(3): 836-849.

 

Discounting for Climate Change,” with Richard S.J. Tol and Gary W. Yohe, Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2009, 3(2009-24).

 

Damage Costs of Climate Change Through Intensification of Tropical Cyclone Activities: An Application of FUND,” with Daiju Narita and Richard S.J. Tol, Climate Research, 2009, 39(2): 87-97.

 

Risk Aversion, Time Preference, and the Social Cost of Carbon,” with Richard S.J. Tol and Gary W. Yohe, Environmental Research Letters, 2009, 4(024002).

 

Discounting and the social cost of carbon: a closer look at uncertainty,” with Jiehan Guo, Cameron Hepburn and Richard S.J. Tol, Environmental Science & Policy, 2006, 9(3): 205-216. 

 

Book Chapters

 

“The income elasticity of the impact of climate change,” with Richard S.J. Tol, in Is the Environment a Luxury? An inquiry into the relationship between environment and income, Silvia Tiezzi and Chiara Martini (eds.), Routledge, 2014: 34-47.

 

“Schelling’s Conjecture on Climate and Development: A Test,” with Richard S.J. Tol, in Climate Change and Common Sense: Essays in Honour of Tom Schelling, Robert W. Hahn and Alistair Ulph (eds.), Oxford University Press, 2012: 260-273.

 

“Methane Mitigation: Alternative Perspective,” in Smart Solutions to Climate Change. Comparing Costs and Benefits, Bjørn Lomborg (ed.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010: 198-207.

 

“Kommentar zu Hans-Werner Sinn,” with Richard S.J. Tol, in Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik 6: Diskurs Klimapolitik, Joachim Weimann (ed.), Metropolis-Verlag, Marburg, 2009.

 

Popular Writing

 

Thinking Through the Climate Change Challenge,” with Elizabeth Baldwin, Scott Barrett, Linda R. Cohen, Diane Coyle, Partha Dasgupta, Simon Dietz, David Frame, Robert W. Hahn, James Hammitt, Geoffrey Heal, Cameron Hepburn, Michael Hoel, Charles D. Kolstad, Andreas Lange, Robert Mendelsohn, Karine Nyborg, Ian Parry, Ken Richards, Robert Ritz, Thomas Schelling, Massimo Tavoni, Alistair Ulph, Herman Vollebergh and Anastasios Xepapadeas, VoxEU.org, 2011.

 

On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change,” with Richard S.J. Tol, VoxEU.org (also as IVM Newsletter and ESRI Research Bulletin), 2010.

 

Klimaschäden und Klimaverhandlungen,” with Janina Ketterer and Jana Lippelt, ifo Schnelldienst, 2009, 62(22): 52-54.

 

Reports and Other Publications

 

Equity and Climate Change: Applications of FUND,” Reports on Earth System Science, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, 2009, 74.

 

“Marginal Damage from Greenhouse Gas Emissions,” Report for the New Energy Externalities Development for Sustainability project, 2007.

 

“Global impacts of abrupt sea-level rise,” with Robert J. Nicholls and Richard S.J. Tol, Background paper for the Stern Review, 2006.

 

“Social Cost of Carbon: A Closer Look at Uncertainty,” with Thomas E. Downing, Ruth Butterfield, Megan Ceronsky, Michael Grubb, Jiehan Guo, Cameron Hepburn, Chris Hope, Alistair Hunt, Ada Li, Anil Markandya, Scott Moss, Anthony Nyong, Richard S.J. Tol and Paul Watkiss, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (UK), London, 2005.

 

“The Social Costs of Carbon Review – Methodological Approaches for Using SCC Estimates in Policy Assessment,” with Paul Watkiss, Thomas E. Downing, Cameron Hepburn, Chris Hope, Alistair Hunt and Richard S.J. Tol, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (UK), London, 2005.