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Faculty of Economics

Q54

Climate; Natural Disasters and Their Management; Global Warming


Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
Exploring public support for climate action and renewables in resource-rich economies: The case of ScotlandOstfeld, R., Reiner, D.[2019]P18 Q42 Q54 Q58
Long-Term Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Change: A Cross-Country AnalysisKahn, M. E., Mohaddes, K., Ng, R. N. C., Pesaran, M. H., Raissi, M. and Yang, J-C.[2019]C33 O40 O44 O51 Q51 Q54
Understanding overlapping policies: Internal carbon leakage and the punctured waterbedPerino, G., Ritz, R., Van Benthem, A.[2019]H23 Q54
Strengths and Weaknesses of the British Market ModelNewbery, D.[2019]D43,D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
The impact of a Carbon Tax on the CO2 emissions reduction of windChyong, C-K., Guo, B., Newbery, D.[2019]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Pass-through, profits and the political economy of regulationGrey, F., Ritz, R.[2018]D43 H23 L51 L92 Q54
When is a carbon price floor desirable?Newbery, D., Reiner, D., Ritz, R.[2018]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
A comparison of public preferences for different low-carbon energy technologies: Support for CCS, nuclear and wind energy in the United KingdomYu, H., Reiner, D., Chen, H., Mi, Z.[2018]C54 Q42 Q54
Systems Innovation, Inertia and Pliability: A mathematical exploration with implications for climate change abatementGrubb, M., Mercure, J., Salas, P., Lange, R., Sognnaes, I.[2018]B52 L50 O33 O38 Q40 Q54
Stakeholder Views on Interactions between Low-carbon Policies and Carbon Markets in China: Lessons from the Guangdong ETSJiang, M., Liang, X., Reiner, D., Lin, B. and Duan, M.[2018]H23 Q58 N45 Q48 Q54
Designing an electricity wholesale market to accommodate significant renewables penetration: Lessons from BritainNewbery, D.[2017]D47 D52 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
The economics of air pollution from fossil fuelsNewbery, D.[2017]H2 H23 H41 I18 Q51 Q54 Q58
How to judge whether supporting solar PV is justifiedNewbery, D.[2017]C60 H23 H43 Q42 Q54 Q55
The Impact of Earthquakes on Economic Activity: Evidence from ItalyPorcelli, F. and Trezzi, R.[2016]Q54 E00 J01
Pricing electricity and supporting renewables in Heavily Energy Subsidized EconomiesNewbery, D. M.[2016]H23 h53 Q41 Q48 Q54
Questioning the EU Target Electricity Model - how should it be adapted to deliver the Trilemma?Newbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
A Global Carbon Market?Pollitt, M. G.[2016]Q54
Policies for decarbonizing a liberalized power sectorNewbery, D. M.[2016]C65 Q42 Q48 Q51 Q54
It's the Society, Stupid! Communicating Emergent Climate Technologies in the Internet Age Corry, O. and Reiner, D.[2016]M38 Q40 Q54 Q58
The long-run equilibrium impact of intermittent renewables on wholesale electricity pricesNewbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q42 Q48 Q54
Reforming UK energy policy to live within its means Newbery, D. M.[2015]H2 H41 Q42 Q48 Q54
Energy efficiency in Market vs Planned Economies: Evidence from Transition CountriesNepal, R. and Jamasb, T.[2013]P28 Q54 C33
The current state of CCS: Ongoing research at the University of Cambridge with application to the UK policy frameworkDaniels, K. A., Huppert, H., Neufeld, J. and Reiner, D.[2012]O13 Q40 Q41 Q42 Q48 Q51 Q54 Q55 Q58
The Effect of CO2 Pricing on Conventional and Non-Conventional Oil Supply and DemandMéjean, A. and Hope, C.[2010]Q41 Q42 Q47 Q54
Oil Shortages, Climate Change and Collective ActionNewbery, D. M.[2010]Q32 Q54 H23 L71
Upstream vs. Downstream CO2 Trading: A Comparison for the Electricity ContextHobbs, B. F., Bushnell, J. and Wolak, F. A.[2010]Q52 Q54 Q58
Supplying Synthetic Crude Oil from Canadian Oil Sands: A Comparative Study of the Costs and CO2 Emissions of Mining and In-Situ RecoveryMéjean, A. and Hope , C.[2010]Q42 Q47 Q54

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