Items by research category: Economics of Sustainability

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The fiscal benefits of stringent climate change mitigation: an overview
The wealth of nature: Increasing national wealth and reducing risk by measuring and managing natural capital
(In German) Economic Growth and Climate Change – Opportunities and Challenges on the Way to a Zero-Carbon Society
"The clean energy revolution: science and policy" with Prof Daniel Kammen
Professor Cameron Hepburn: Disruptive Energy Technologies
INET Oxford Highlights Report 2012-2014
Resilient and Inclusive Prosperity within Planetary Boundaries
Tracking sustainable development with a national barometer for South Africa using a downscaled “safe and just space” framework
Next Generation Economy, Energy and Climate Modeling
Permits to pollute can be bought too cheaply
Benefit-cost analysis of non-marginal climate and energy projects
Prosperity with growth: Economic growth, climate change and environmental limits
Tackling unsustainable wildlife trade
Is this the end of carbon trading, or just a hiccup?
Analysis and control design of sustainable policies for greenhouse gas emissions
Economic instruments for climate change
Emissions trading with profit-neutral permit allocations
Intermediate inputs and economic productivity
How to get prosperity with growth (green growth that is)
Should the EU suspend its airline emissions charge?
Carbon Markets and Climate Policy in China: China’s pursuit of a clean energy future
Self-interested low-carbon growth in Brazil, China and India
Carbon price floor crucial
Trade, climate change and the political game theory of border carbon adjustments
Beinhocker and Hepburn on Climate Change - INET Berlin Conference
The Economics of Biodiversity
The economic analysis of biodiversity: an assessment
The surrender charge on international units in the Australian ETS
Carbon Trading: Unethical, Unjust and Ineffective?
The Australian Government’s proposals for a carbon pricing policy
A Stated Preference Investigation into the Chinese Demand for Farmed vs. Wild Bear Bile
Self-interested Low-carbon Growth in G-20 Emerging Markets
Action on Climate Change in Asia’s Self-Interest
Optimal harvesting of fish stocks under a time-varying discount rate
Thinking through the climate change challenge