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Homepage:http://www.ivm.vu.nl/en/people/researchers/environmental-economics/botzen/index.asp
Workplace:Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU University Amsterdam), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2024

  1. Urban and Non-Urban Contributions to the Social Cost of Carbon
    Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, University of Sussex Business School Downloads

2021

  1. Risk Perception & Behaviour Survey of Surveyors. Risk-SoS 2020 Preliminary results
    Post-Print, HAL Downloads

2020

  1. Default Options and Insurance Demand
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article Default options and insurance demand, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Elsevier (2021) Downloads View citations (10) (2021)

2019

  1. An experimental study of charity hazard: The effect of risky and ambiguous government compensation on flood insurance demand
    Working Papers, Utrecht School of Economics Downloads View citations (2)

2018

  1. Economic Valuation of Green and Blue Nature in Cities: A Meta-Analysis
    Working Papers, Utrecht School of Economics Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article Economic valuation of green and blue nature in cities: A meta-analysis, Ecological Economics, Elsevier (2020) Downloads View citations (10) (2020)
  2. Parallel tracks towards a global treaty on carbon pricing
    Working Papers, Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB) Downloads

2017

  1. The Impact of Natural Disasters on Firm Growth in Vietnam:: Interaction with Financial Constraints
    Working Papers, Utrecht School of Economics Downloads

2015

  1. Novel and improved insurance instruments for risk reduction
    GRI Working Papers, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Reflections on the Current Debate on How to Link Flood Insurance and Disaster Risk Reduction in the European Union
    Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) Downloads View citations (20)
    Also in Working Papers, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (2015) Downloads View citations (18)
    GRI Working Papers, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment (2014) Downloads View citations (1)

    See also Journal Article Reflections on the current debate on how to link flood insurance and disaster risk reduction in the European Union, Natural Hazards: Journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, Springer (2015) Downloads View citations (20) (2015)

2006

  1. Does the ECB respond to the stock market?
    Serie Research Memoranda, VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Econometrics Downloads View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2021

  1. Default options and insurance demand
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2021, 183, (C), 39-56 Downloads View citations (10)
    See also Working Paper Default Options and Insurance Demand, NBER Working Papers (2020) Downloads View citations (1) (2020)
  2. Firm Level Evidence of Disaster Impacts on Growth in Vietnam
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2021, 79, (2), 277-322 Downloads View citations (1)

2020

  1. A dual-track transition to global carbon pricing
    Climate Policy, 2020, 20, (9), 1057-1069 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. A dual-track transition to global carbon pricing: the glass is half full
    Climate Policy, 2020, 20, (10), 1349-1354 Downloads
  3. Behavioral motivations for self-insurance under different disaster risk insurance schemes
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2020, 180, (C), 967-991 Downloads View citations (7)
  4. Economic valuation of climate change–induced mortality: age dependent cold and heat mortality in the Netherlands
    Climatic Change, 2020, 162, (2), 545-562 Downloads View citations (3)
  5. Economic valuation of green and blue nature in cities: A meta-analysis
    Ecological Economics, 2020, 169, (C) Downloads View citations (10)
    See also Working Paper Economic Valuation of Green and Blue Nature in Cities: A Meta-Analysis, Working Papers (2018) Downloads View citations (2) (2018)
  6. Insights into Flood Risk Misperceptions of Homeowners in the Dutch River Delta
    Risk Analysis, 2020, 40, (7), 1450-1468 Downloads View citations (5)
  7. Low-carbon transition is improbable without carbon pricing
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2020, 117, (38), 23219-23220 Downloads View citations (7)
  8. Meeting goals of sustainability policy: CO2 emission reduction, cost-effectiveness and societal acceptance. An analysis of the proposal to phase-out coal in the Netherlands
    Energy Policy, 2020, 138, (C) Downloads View citations (11)
  9. Regional Inequalities in Flood Insurance Affordability and Uptake under Climate Change
    Sustainability, 2020, 12, (20), 1-30 Downloads View citations (5)
  10. Risk reduction in compulsory disaster insurance: Experimental evidence on moral hazard and financial incentives
    Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly The Journal of Socio-Economics), 2020, 84, (C) Downloads View citations (12)
  11. Social vulnerability in cost-benefit analysis for flood risk management
    Environment and Development Economics, 2020, 25, (2), 115-134 Downloads View citations (3)
  12. Temperature Effects on Electricity and Gas Consumption: Empirical Evidence from Mexico and Projections under Future Climate Conditions
    Sustainability, 2020, 13, (1), 1-28 Downloads View citations (1)
  13. The Assessment of Impacts and Risks of Climate Change on Agriculture (AIRCCA) model: a tool for the rapid global risk assessment for crop yields at a spatially explicit scale
    Spatial Economic Analysis, 2020, 15, (3), 262-279 Downloads View citations (1)

2019

  1. Adoption of Individual Flood Damage Mitigation Measures in New York City: An Extension of Protection Motivation Theory
    Risk Analysis, 2019, 39, (10), 2143-2159 Downloads View citations (15)
  2. Determinants of Probability Neglect and Risk Attitudes for Disaster Risk: An Online Experimental Study of Flood Insurance Demand among Homeowners
    Risk Analysis, 2019, 39, (11), 2514-2527 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. ECONOMIC EXPERIMENTS, HYPOTHETICAL SURVEYS AND MARKET DATA STUDIES OF INSURANCE DEMAND AGAINST LOW‐PROBABILITY/HIGH‐IMPACT RISKS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF DESIGNS, THEORETICAL INSIGHTS AND DETERMINANTS OF DEMAND
    Journal of Economic Surveys, 2019, 33, (5), 1493-1530 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. Future Public Sector Flood Risk and Risk Sharing Arrangements: An Assessment for Austria
    Ecological Economics, 2019, 156, (C), 153-163 Downloads View citations (6)
  5. Impacts of Flooding and Flood Preparedness on Subjective Well-Being: A Monetisation of the Tangible and Intangible Impacts
    Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, 20, (2), 665-682 Downloads View citations (9)
  6. Protecting against disaster risks: Why insurance and prevention may be complements
    Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2019, 59, (2), 151-169 Downloads View citations (11)
  7. The Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters: A Review of Models and Empirical Studies
    Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2019, 13, (2), 167-188 Downloads View citations (93)

2018

  1. CLIMATE POLICY WITHOUT INTERTEMPORAL DICTATORSHIP: CHICHILNISKY CRITERION VERSUS CLASSICAL UTILITARIANISM IN DICE
    Climate Change Economics (CCE), 2018, 09, (02), 1-17 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Global impact of a climate treaty if the Human Development Index replaces GDP as a welfare proxy
    Climate Policy, 2018, 18, (1), 76-85 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. Insights into Flood‐Coping Appraisals of Protection Motivation Theory: Empirical Evidence from Germany and France
    Risk Analysis, 2018, 38, (6), 1239-1257 Downloads View citations (8)
  4. Integrating human behaviour dynamics into flood disaster risk assessment
    Nature Climate Change, 2018, 8, (3), 193-199 Downloads View citations (39)
  5. Perceptions of Corporate Cyber Risks and Insurance Decision-Making
    The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, 2018, 43, (2), 239-274 Downloads View citations (7)

2017

  1. A global economic assessment of city policies to reduce climate change impacts
    Nature Climate Change, 2017, 7, (6), 403-406 Downloads View citations (22)
  2. A global framework for future costs and benefits of river-flood protection in urban areas
    Nature Climate Change, 2017, 7, (9), 642-646 Downloads View citations (21)
  3. Accounting for risk aversion, income distribution and social welfare in cost‐benefit analysis for flood risk management
    Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 2017, 8, (2) Downloads View citations (7)
  4. Economic Assessment of Mitigating Damage of Flood Events: Cost–Benefit Analysis of Flood-Proofing Commercial Buildings in Umbria, Italy
    The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, 2017, 42, (4), 585-608 Downloads
  5. Global economic impacts of climate variability and change during the 20th century
    PLOS ONE, 2017, 12, (2), 1-16 Downloads View citations (1)
  6. Integrating Household Risk Mitigation Behavior in Flood Risk Analysis: An Agent‐Based Model Approach
    Risk Analysis, 2017, 37, (10), 1977-1992 Downloads View citations (10)
  7. Moral Hazard in Natural Disaster Insurance Markets: Empirical Evidence from Germany and the United States
    Land Economics, 2017, 93, (2), 179-208 Downloads View citations (27)

2016

  1. Incentivising flood risk adaptation through risk based insurance premiums: Trade-offs between affordability and risk reduction
    Ecological Economics, 2016, 125, (C), 1-13 Downloads View citations (23)
  2. Political affiliation affects adaptation to climate risks: Evidence from New York City
    Climatic Change, 2016, 138, (1), 353-360 Downloads View citations (14)
  3. The effectiveness of flood risk communication strategies and the influence of social networks—Insights from an agent-based model
    Environmental Science & Policy, 2016, 60, (C), 44-52 Downloads View citations (20)
  4. Weather Indicators for Insured Hailstorm Damage to Motor Vehicles and Potential Climate Change Impacts
    The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, 2016, 41, (3), 512-527 Downloads

2015

  1. Heat stress causes substantial labour productivity loss in Australia
    Nature Climate Change, 2015, 5, (7), 647-651 Downloads View citations (51)
  2. Monetary valuation of the social cost of CO2 emissions: A critical survey
    Ecological Economics, 2015, 114, (C), 33-46 Downloads View citations (57)
  3. More Than Fear Induction: Toward an Understanding of People's Motivation to Be Well‐Prepared for Emergencies in Flood‐Prone Areas
    Risk Analysis, 2015, 35, (3), 518-535 Downloads View citations (6)
  4. Portfolios of adaptation investments in water management
    Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 2015, 20, (8), 1247-1265 Downloads
  5. Reflections on the current debate on how to link flood insurance and disaster risk reduction in the European Union
    Natural Hazards: Journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, 2015, 79, (3), 1451-1479 Downloads View citations (20)
    See also Working Paper Reflections on the Current Debate on How to Link Flood Insurance and Disaster Risk Reduction in the European Union, Climate Change and Sustainable Development (2015) Downloads View citations (20) (2015)

2014

  1. A lower bound to the social cost of CO2 emissions
    Nature Climate Change, 2014, 4, (4), 253-258 Downloads View citations (22)
  2. Cities' response to climate risks
    Nature Climate Change, 2014, 4, (9), 759-760 Downloads
  3. Improving Flood Risk Communication by Focusing on Prevention‐Focused Motivation
    Risk Analysis, 2014, 34, (2), 309-322 Downloads View citations (5)
  4. Increasing stress on disaster-risk finance due to large floods
    Nature Climate Change, 2014, 4, (4), 264-268 Downloads View citations (52)
  5. Reply to 'Statistics of flood risk'
    Nature Climate Change, 2014, 4, (10), 844-845 Downloads
  6. Specifications of Social Welfare in Economic Studies of Climate Policy: Overview of Criteria and Related Policy Insights
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2014, 58, (1), 1-33 Downloads View citations (32)
  7. You Have Been Framed! How Antecedents of Information Need Mediate the Effects of Risk Communication Messages
    Risk Analysis, 2014, 34, (8), 1506-1520 Downloads View citations (8)

2013

  1. Framing of risk and preferences for annual and multi-year flood insurance
    Journal of Economic Psychology, 2013, 39, (C), 357-375 Downloads View citations (15)
  2. Individual preferences for reducing flood risk to near zero through elevation
    Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 2013, 18, (2), 229-244 Downloads View citations (28)
  3. Low‐Probability Flood Risk Modeling for New York City
    Risk Analysis, 2013, 33, (5), 772-788 Downloads View citations (11)
  4. Response to “The Necessity for Longitudinal Studies in Risk Perception Research”
    Risk Analysis, 2013, 33, (5), 760-762 Downloads View citations (1)

2012

  1. A Comparative Study of Public–Private Catastrophe Insurance Systems: Lessons from Current Practices
    The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, 2012, 37, (3), 603-603 Downloads View citations (38)
  2. A Review of Risk Perceptions and Other Factors that Influence Flood Mitigation Behavior
    Risk Analysis, 2012, 32, (9), 1481-1495 Downloads View citations (127)
  3. How sensitive is Nordhaus to Weitzman? Climate policy in DICE with an alternative damage function
    Economics Letters, 2012, 117, (1), 372-374 Downloads View citations (38)
  4. MONETARY VALUATION OF INSURANCE AGAINST FLOOD RISK UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE
    International Economic Review, 2012, 53, (3), 1005-1026 Downloads View citations (48)
  5. Managing exposure to flooding in New York City
    Nature Climate Change, 2012, 2, (6), 377-377 Downloads View citations (4)
  6. Risk attitudes to low-probability climate change risks: WTP for flood insurance
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2012, 82, (1), 151-166 Downloads View citations (100)

2011

  1. Alistair Munro: Bounded Rationality and Public Policy: A Perspective from Behavioural Economics. Ian J. Bateman (ed.): The Economics of Non-Market Goods and Resources
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2011, 49, (2), 305-308 Downloads
  2. HOW SENSITIVE ARE US HURRICANE DAMAGES TO CLIMATE? COMMENT ON A PAPER BY W. D. NORDHAUS
    Climate Change Economics (CCE), 2011, 02, (01), 1-7 Downloads View citations (5)

2010

  1. Climate change and hailstorm damage: Empirical evidence and implications for agriculture and insurance
    Resource and Energy Economics, 2010, 32, (3), 341-362 Downloads View citations (10)
  2. Climate change and increased risk for the insurance sector: a global perspective and an assessment for the Netherlands
    Natural Hazards: Journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, 2010, 52, (3), 577-598 Downloads View citations (31)
  3. Did the ECB respond to the stock market before the crisis?
    Journal of Policy Modeling, 2010, 32, (3), 303-322 Downloads View citations (27)

2009

  1. Bounded Rationality, Climate Risks, and Insurance: Is There a Market for Natural Disasters?
    Land Economics, 2009, 85, (2), 265-278 Downloads View citations (39)
  2. Willingness of homeowners to mitigate climate risk through insurance
    Ecological Economics, 2009, 68, (8-9), 2265-2277 Downloads View citations (116)

2008

  1. Cumulative CO 2 emissions: shifting international responsibilities for climate debt
    Climate Policy, 2008, 8, (6), 569-576 Downloads View citations (14)
  2. Insurance Against Climate Change and Flooding in the Netherlands: Present, Future, and Comparison with Other Countries
    Risk Analysis, 2008, 28, (2), 413-426 Downloads View citations (22)

Books

2016

  1. Managing Extreme Climate Change Risks through Insurance
    Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press
    Also in Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press (2013) View citations (4)
 
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