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Review of Environmental Economics and Policy

2007 - 2019

Current editor(s): Robert Stavins

From Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK.
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Volume 13, issue 2, 2019

The Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters: A Review of Models and Empirical Studies pp. 167-188 Downloads
W J Wouter Botzen, Olivier Deschenes and Mark Sanders
Human Migration in the Era of Climate Change pp. 189-206 Downloads
Cristina Cattaneo, Michel Beine, Christiane J Fröhlich, Dominic Kniveton, Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso, Marina Mastrorillo, Katrin Millock, Etienne Piguet and Benjamin Schraven
Strategies for Managing Common Pool Natural Resources in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of Past Experience and Future Challenges pp. 207-226 Downloads
Rashid Hassan, Eric Mungatana and Wisdom Akpalu
Cooperation in the Climate Commons pp. 227-247 Downloads
Stefano Carattini, Simon Levin and Alessandro Tavoni
The Role of Stated Preference Valuation Methods in Understanding Choices and Informing Policy pp. 248-266 Downloads
Nick Hanley and Mikolaj Czajkowski
An Examination of Recent Revealed Preference Valuation Methods and Results pp. 267-282 Downloads
Robert Mendelsohn
Revealed versus Stated Preferences: What Have We Learned About Valuation and Behavior? pp. 283-298 Downloads
Anna Alberini
Editorial—The Role of Environmental Economics in U.S. Environmental Policy pp. 299-307 Downloads
Gina McCarthy
Policy Brief—The Need for More (Not Less) External Review of Economic Analysis at the U.S. EPA pp. 308-316 Downloads
Kevin Boyle and Matthew J Kotchen
Marine Plastic Pollution: Sources, Impacts, and Policy Issues pp. 317-326 Downloads
Bethanie Carney Almroth and Håkan Eggert
Reducing Marine Plastic Pollution: Policy Insights from Economics pp. 327-336 Downloads
Joshua K Abbott and U Rashid Sumaila

Volume 13, issue 1, 2019

A Word from the Editor pp. 1-2 Downloads
Catherine L KlingEditor
Developing Guidance for Implementing Border Carbon Adjustments: Lessons, Cautions, and Research Needs from the Literature pp. 3-22 Downloads
Aaron Cosbey, Susanne Droege, Carolyn Fischer and Clayton Munnings
Grandfathering: Environmental Uses and Impacts pp. 23-42 Downloads
Maria Damon, Daniel H Cole, Elinor Ostrom and Thomas Sterner
Expanding Water Markets in the Western United States: Barriers and Lessons from Other Natural Resource Markets pp. 43-61 Downloads
Bryan Leonard, Christopher Costello and Gary D Libecap
Who Bears the Economic Burdens of Environmental Regulations? pp. 62-82 Downloads
Don Fullerton and Erich Muehlegger
The Distribution of Environmental Damages pp. 83-103 Downloads
Solomon Hsiang, Paulina Oliva and Reed Walker
The Distributional Impacts of Energy Taxes pp. 104-123 Downloads
William Pizer and Steven Sexton
Reflections—On the Role of Theory in Contemporary Environmental and Natural Resource Economics pp. 124-129 Downloads
Kathleen Segerson
Feature—Taking Stock of Catch Shares: Lessons from the Past and Directions for the Future pp. 130-139 Downloads
Anna Birkenbach, Martin D Smith and Stephanie Stefanski
Policy Brief—Using Lessons from Reverse Auctions for Renewables to Deliver Energy Storage Capacity: Guidance for Policymakers pp. 140-148 Downloads
Maureen Lackner, Steven Koller and Jonathan R Camuzeaux
Policy Brief—Regulating Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration: Insights from the Deepwater Horizon Experience in the Gulf of Mexico pp. 149-154 Downloads
Charles Mason
Policy Brief—What’s in a Name? A Search for Alternatives to “VSL” pp. 155-161 Downloads
Nathalie B Simon, Chris Dockins, Kelly B Maguire, Stephen Newbold, Alan J Krupnick and Laura Taylor

Volume 12, issue 2, 2018

Energy Price Reform: Lessons for Policymakers pp. 197-219 Downloads
David Coady, Ian Parry and Baoping Shang
A Framework for Assessing the Performance of Cap-and-Trade Systems: Insights from the European Union Emissions Trading System pp. 220-241 Downloads
Sabine Fuss, Christian Flachsland, Nicolas Koch, Ulrike Kornek, Brigitte Knopf and Ottmar Edenhofer
The Economics of Canadian Oil Sands pp. 242-263 Downloads
Anthony Heyes, Andrew Leach and Charles Mason
The Potential for Mitigating Short-lived Climate Pollutants pp. 264-283 Downloads
Steffen Kallbekken and Stine Aakre
Distribution of Emissions Allowances and the Use of Auction Revenues in the European Union Emissions Trading System pp. 284-303 Downloads
Åsa Löfgren, Dallas Burtraw, Markus Wråke and Anna Malinovskaya
An Economic Perspective on Industrial Ecology pp. 304-323 Downloads
Edward J Manderson and Timothy J Considine
Measuring Climate Adaptation: Methods and Evidence pp. 324-341 Downloads
Emanuele Massetti and Robert Mendelsohn
Policy Monitor—The Economics of Toxic Substance Control and the REACH Directive pp. 342-358 Downloads
Jessica Coria
Policy Brief—Facilitating Retrospective Analysis of Environmental Regulations pp. 359-370 Downloads
Maureen Cropper, Richard D Morgenstern and Nicholas Rivers
Policy Brief—Recommendations for Improving the Treatment of Risk and Uncertainty in Economic Estimates of Climate Impacts in the Sixth Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Assessment Report pp. 371-376 Downloads
Thomas Stoerk, Gernot Wagner and Robert E T Ward

Volume 12, issue 1, 2018

A Word from the Editor pp. 1-3 Downloads
Carlo CarraroEditor
The Economic Impacts of Climate Change pp. 4-25 Downloads
Richard Tol
The Impacts of Climate Change on the Poor in Disadvantaged Regions pp. 26-47 Downloads
Edward Barbier and Jacob Hochard
Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Environments: Modeling Challenges for Resource and Environmental Economists pp. 48-68 Downloads
Sathya Gopalakrishnan, Craig E Landry and Martin Smith
The Economics of the U.S. Endangered Species Act: A Review of Recent Developments pp. 69-91 Downloads
Christian Langpap, Joe Kerkvliet and Jason Shogren
The Treatment of Uncertainty and Learning in the Economics of Natural Resource and Environmental Management pp. 92-112 Downloads
Jacob LaRiviere, David Kling, James N Sanchirico, Charles Sims and Michael Springborn
Expert Elicitation: Using the Classical Model to Validate Experts’ Judgments pp. 113-132 Downloads
Abigail R Colson and Roger M Cooke
Future Prospects for Energy Technologies: Insights from Expert Elicitations pp. 133-153 Downloads
Elena Verdolini, Laura Díaz Anadón, Erin Baker, Valentina Bosetti and Lara Aleluia Reis
Policy Brief—Encouraging Innovation that Protects Environmental Systems: Five Policy Proposals pp. 154-169 Downloads
Cameron Hepburn, Jacquelyn Pless and David Popp
Policy Brief—Achieving Paris Climate Agreement Pledges: Alternative Designs for Linking Emissions Trading Systems pp. 170-182 Downloads
Adam Rose, Dan Wei, Noah Miller, Toon Vandyck and Christian Flachsland
Policy Brief—Leaving an Emissions Trading Scheme: Implications for the United Kingdom and the European Union pp. 183-189 Downloads
Richard Tol

Volume 11, issue 2, 2017

A Word from the Editor pp. 181-182 Downloads
Carlo CarraroEditor
The Impacts of Environmental Regulations on Competitiveness pp. 183-206 Downloads
Antoine Dechezleprêtre and Misato Sato
New Markets for Credit Trading Under U.S. Automobile Greenhouse Gas and Fuel Economy Standards pp. 207-226 Downloads
Benjamin Leard and Virginia McConnell
The Economics of Enforcing Emissions Markets pp. 227-246 Downloads
John Stranlund
Approaches to Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture: An Overview of the Debate pp. 247-257 Downloads
Elodie Blanc and John Reilly
The Use of Panel Models in Assessments of Climate Impacts on Agriculture pp. 258-279 Downloads
Elodie Blanc and Wolfram Schlenker
The Use of Cross-Sectional Analysis to Measure Climate Impacts on Agriculture: Theory and Evidence pp. 280-298 Downloads
Robert Mendelsohn and Emanuele Massetti
Climate Impacts on Agriculture: Insights from Agronomic-Economic Analysis pp. 299-318 Downloads
John M. Antle and Claudio O. Stöckle
Reflections—What Would It Take to Reduce U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions 80 Percent by 2050? pp. 319-335 Downloads
Geoffrey Heal
Reflections—Looking Back at Social Discounting Policy: The Influence of Papers, Presentations, Political Preconditions, and Personalities pp. 336-356 Downloads
Ben Groom and Cameron Hepburn

Volume 11, issue 1, 2017

A Word from the Editor pp. 1-2 Downloads
Carlo CarraroEditor
What Drives Deforestation and What Stops It? A Meta-Analysis pp. 3-23 Downloads
Jonah Busch and Kalifi Ferretti-Gallon
The Impacts of Unilateral Climate Policy on Competitiveness: Evidence From Computable General Equilibrium Models pp. 24-42 Downloads
Jared C. Carbone and Nicholas Rivers
What do Environmental and Resource Economists Think? Results from a Survey of AERE Members pp. 43-58 Downloads
Tim Haab and John Whitehead
Lessons Learned from Three Decades of Experience with Cap and Trade pp. 59-79 Downloads
Richard Schmalensee and Robert Stavins
Integrated Assessment Models and the Social Cost of Carbon: A Review and Assessment of U.S. Experience pp. 80-99 Downloads
Gilbert Metcalf and James H. Stock
The Use and Misuse of Models for Climate Policy pp. 100-114 Downloads
Robert Pindyck
Some Contributions of Integrated Assessment Models of Global Climate Change pp. 115-137 Downloads
John Weyant
Policy Monitor—Principles for Designing Effective Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reforms pp. 138-155 Downloads
Jun Rentschler and Morgan Bazilian
Policy Brief—Designing Electric Utility Rates: Insights on Achieving Efficiency, Equity, and Environmental Goals pp. 156-164 Downloads
Frank J. Convery, Kristina Mohlin and Elisheba Spiller
Policy Brief—Translating the Collective Climate Goal Into a Common Climate Commitment pp. 165-171 Downloads
Peter Cramton, Axel Ockenfels and Jean Tirole
Letter—The Social Cost of Carbon: A Global Imperative pp. 172-173 Downloads
Richard L. Revesz, Jason A. Schwartz, Peter H. Howard, Kenneth Arrow, Michael A. Livermore, Michael Oppenheimer and Thomas Sterner
Letter—The Social Cost of Carbon: Maintaining the Integrity of Economic Analysis—A Response to Revesz et al. (2017) pp. 174-175 Downloads
Ted Gayer and W Viscusi
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