Non-market Effects, Risk and Equity

Task 5.1: Valuation of non-market goods and services affected by climate change and policies.

Auffhammer, M. and Schlenker, W. (2014). Empirical studies on agricultural impacts and adaptation. Energy Economics, 46:555–561.

Benchekroun, H. and Long, N. V. (2014). Do increases in risk mitigate the tragedy of the commons? Strategic Behavior and the Environment, 4(1):1–14.

Bento, A. M. and Klotz, R. (2014). Climate policy decisions require policy-based lifecycle analysis. Environmental science & technology.

Bento, A., Freedman, M., and Lang, C. (2014a). Who benefits from environmental regulation? evidence from the clean air act amendments. Review of Economics and Statistics, (0).

Blanford, G., Kriegler, E., and Tavoni, M. (2014). Harmonization vs. fragmentation: Overview of climate policy scenarios in emf27. Climatic Change, 123(3-4):383–396.

Carraro, C., Kolstad, C. D., & Stavins, R. N. (2015). Assessment and communication of the social science of climate change: Bridging research and policy. Review of Environment, Energy and Economics (Re3), Forthcoming.

Carraro, C., Pandey, S., Stone, S., et al. (2015). Why fiscal policy matters for a green economy transition.

Farias, A. M., Sandrini, M., Viana, J. R. M., Baesso, M. L., Bento, A. C., Rohling, J. H., Guyot, Y., De Ligny, D., Nunes, L. A. O., Gandra, F. G., et al. (2015). Emission tunability and local environment in europium-doped OH–free calcium aluminosilicate glasses for artificial lighting applications. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 156, 214–219.

Garrick, D. and Hall, J. (2014). Water security and society: Risks, metrics, and pathways. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 39:611–639.

Hall, J., Grey, D., Garrick, D., Fung, F., Brown, C., Dadson, S., and Sadoff, C. (2014). Coping with the curse of freshwater variability: Institutions, infrastructure, and information for adaptation. Science, 346(6208):429–430.

Hansen, G., Auffhammer, M., and Solow, A. (2014). On the attribution of a single event to climate change. Journal of Climate, 27(22):8297–8301.

Ho, B., Taber, J., Poe, G., & Bento, A. (2015). The effects of moral licensing and moral cleansing in contingent valuation and laboratory experiments on the demand to reduce externalities. Environmental and Resource Economics, pp. 1–24.

Laukkanen, M. and Nauges, C. (2014). Evaluating greening farm policies: A structural model for assessing agri-environmental subsidies. Land Economics, 90(3):458–481.

McKibbin, W., Morris, A., and Wilcoxen, P. (2014a). A proposal to integrate price mechanisms into international climate negotiations. Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, 1(3):600–608.

Rajagopal, D. (2015). On mitigating emissions leakage under biofuel policies. GCB Bioenergy (accepted article).

Stern, D. I. and Kaufmann, R. K. (2014). Anthropogenic and natural causes of climate change. Climatic Change, 122(1-2):257–269.

Suslov, N. and Chernaya, N. (2012). Electric power prices and Russian power industry reforms. Journal ”Region: Economics and Sociology”, 3.

van Koten, S. (2014). Do Emission Trading Schemes Facilitate Efficient Abatement Investments? An Experimental Study. CERGE-EI Working Papers wp503, The Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education - Economic Institute, Prague.

Task 5.2: External costs of energy generation.

Bento, A., Kaffine, D., Roth, K., and Zaragoza-Watkins, M. (2014b). The effects of regulation in the presence of multiple unpriced externalities: evidence from the trans- portation sector. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 6(3):1–29.

Cropper, M., Jiang, Y., Alberini, A., and Baur, P. (2014). Getting cars off the road: The cost-effectiveness of an episodic pollution control program. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(1):117–143.

Hammitt, J. K. (2015). Implications of the WTP–WTA disparity for benefit–cost analysis. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, pp. 1–10.

Huang, L., Zhou, Y., Han, Y., Hammitt, J. K., Bi, J., and Liu, Y. (2013). Effect of the fukushima nuclear accident on the risk perception of residents near a nuclear power plant in china. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(49):19742–19747.

Lavaine, E. (2014). An econometric analysis of atmospheric pollution, environmental disparities and mortality rates. Environmental and Resource Economics, pages 1–28.

Weinzettel, J., Steen-Olsen, K., Hertwich, E. G., Borucke, M., and Galli, A. (2014). Ecological footprint of nations: Comparison of process analysis, and standard and hybrid multiregional input–output analysis. Ecological Economics, 101(0):115 – 126.

van Wijnbergen, S. and Willems, T. (2014). Learning dynamics and support for economic reforms: why good news can be bad. Policy Research Working Paper Series 6973, The World Bank.

Yoo, J., Simonit, S., Connors, J., Kinzig, A., and Perrings, C. (2014a). The valuation of off-site ecosystem service flows: Deforestation, erosion and the amenity value of lakes in prescott, arizona. Ecological Economics, 97:74–83.

Task 5.3: Incorporating non-market effects into impact assessment models.

Adler, M., Hammitt, J., and Treich, N. (2014). The social value of mortality risk reduction: Vsl versus the social welfare function approach. Journal of Health Economics, 35(1):82–93.

Adler, M. and Treich, N. (2014). Consumption, Risk and Prioritarianism. TSE Working Papers 14-500, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).

Andersson, H., Tago, D., and Treich, N. (2014). Pesticides and health: A review of evidence on health effects, valuation of risks, and benefit-cost analysis. TSE Working Papers 14-477, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).

Benchekroun, H. and Taherkhani, F. (2014). Adaptation and the allocation of pollution reduction costs. Dynamic Games and Applications, 4(1):32–57.

Damon, M., Zivin, J. G., & Thirumurthy, H. (2015). Health shocks and natural resource management: Evidence from western Kenya. Journal of environmental economics and management, 69, 36–52.

Chang, H.-H. and Zilberman, D. (2014). On the political economy of allocation of agricultural disaster relief payments: Application to taiwan. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 41(4):657–680.

Genius, M., Koundouri, P., Nauges, C., and Tzouvelekas, V. (2014). Information transmission in irrigation technology adoption and diffusion: Social learning, extension services, and spatial effects. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 96(1):328– 344.

Perrings, C., Castillo-Chavez, C., Chowell, G., Daszak, P., Fenichel, E. P., Finnoff, D., Horan, R. D., Kilpatrick, A. M., Kinzig, A. P., Kuminoff, N. V., et al. (2014). Merging economics and epidemiology to improve the prediction and management of infectious disease. EcoHealth, pages 1–12.

Schoengold, K. and Zilberman, D. (2014). The economics of tiered pricing and cost functions: Are equity, cost recovery, and economic efficiency compatible goals? Water Resources and Economics.

Tago, D., Andersson, H., and Treich, N. (2014). Pesticides and health: A review of evidence on health effects, valuation of risks, and benefit-cost analysis. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, 24:203–295.

Van der Ploeg, R. (2014). Guidelines for exploiting natural resource wealth. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30(1):145–169.

Task 5.4: Discounting.

Davis, G. A. & Cairns, R. D. (2015). The odd notion of “Reversible Investment”.

Chambers, R., Grant, S., Polak, B., and Quiggin, J. (2014). A two-parameter model of dispersion aversion. Journal of Economic Theory, 150(1):611–641.

Gollier, C. (2014). Discounting and Growth. American Economic Review, 104(5):534–37.

Gollier, C. and Hammitt, J. K. (2014). The long-run discount rate controversy. Annual Review of Resource Economics, 6(1):273–295.

Task 5.5: Inequality measurement. 

Hammitt, J. (2013). Admissible utility functions for health, longevity, and wealth: integrating monetary and life-year measures. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 47(3):311– 325.

Perrings, C., Kinzig, A., and Halkos, G. (2014b). Sustainable development in an n-rich/n-poor world. Ambio, 43(7):891–905