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New directions in the economics and integrated assessment of global climate change
|Other titles||Economics and integrated assessment of global climate change., New directions in the economics and integrated assessment of global climate change (Online)|
|Statement||prepared for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change by Stephen J. DeCanio ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||DeCanio, Stephen J., Pew Center on Global Climate Change.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 N48 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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New Directions in the Economics of Climate Change + + + Contents Foreword iii I. Introduction 1 A. Endogenous Technological Change 3 B. The Theory of the Firm 4 C.
Intergenerational Fairness and Efficiency 6 D. Climatic Nonlinearities 7 E. Summary Remarks 8 I I. Endogenous Technological Change and Climate Policy Modeling 9.
The aim is to indicate several directions in which integrated assessment can and should develop in order to better enable policy-makers and citizens to grapple with the daunting risks and challenges posed by global climate change.
The sections below provide a brief introduction to these topics. Endogenous Technological Change. We designed scenarios for impact assessment that explicitly address policy choices and uncertainty in climate response. Economic projections and the resulting greenhouse gas emissions for the “no climate policy” scenario and two stabilization scenarios: at W/m2 and W/m2 by are provided.
New Directions in Development Economics In addition to the changing realities of economic development, the issue of global climate change has also forced economists to re-think basic assumptions embedded in the traditional economic framework.
on) and because the response of temperature (and, more generally, of climate) to a given global mean temperature increase is very di erent in di erent regions. Second, it is apparent from the failures to agree on a global agenda to combat climate change that the views on climate change di ers Cited by: In book: Climate Change - Social and Economic Dimensions of Climate Change, Working Group III Second Assessment Report of the IPCC, Chapter: Integrated Assessment of Climate Change.
Abstract We review recent work in the integrated assessment modeling of global climate change. This field has grown rapidly since Integrated assessment models seek to combine knowledge from multiple disciplines in formal integrated representations; inform policy-making, structure knowledge, and prioritize key uncertainties; and advance knowledge of broad system linkages and feedbacks Cited by: Abstract We review recent work in the integrated assessment modeling of global climate change.
This field has grown rapidly since Integrated assessment models seek to combine knowledge from multiple disciplines in formal integrated representations; inform policy-making, structure knowledge, and prioritize key uncertainties; and advance knowledge of broad system linkages and feedbacks.
Inside the integrated assessment models: Four issues in climate economics ELIZABETH A. STANTON*, FRANK ACKERMAN and SIVAN KARTHA Stockholm Environment Institute, US Center, Tufts University, 11 Curtis Avenue, Somerville, MAUSA Good climate policy requires the best possible understanding of how climatic changewill impact on human.
Economics The Economics of Climate Change Professor D. Garvie, Dunning Hall, features shape the economic analysis of climate change: it must be global, deal with long time horizons, have the economics of risk and uncertainty at its core, and examine the An Integrated Assessment.
Sanstad, Alan H., Stephen J. DeCanio, Richard Howarth, Stephen Schneider, and Starley Thompson, b: New Directions in the Economics and Integrated Assessment of Global Climate Change.
Washington, DC: Pew Center on Global Climate Change. Google ScholarCited by: NBER Program(s):Environment and Energy Economics, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Public Economics This paper develops a model that integrates the climate and the global economyan integrated assessment modelwith which different policy scenarios can be analyzed and compared.
Currently, most analyses rely on models or projections that assume “smooth behavior ” — i.e., the climate responds slowly and predictably, gradually warming as atmospheric GHG concentrations increase. In reality, the global climate is a complex system that could behave quite erratically.
heterogeneous-region dynamic stochastic general-equilibrium integrated-assessment (phew!) model, i.e., one integrating economics and climate change within an otherwise standard modern New directions in the economics and integrated assessment of global climate change book setting.
The model is surprisingly easy to solve; it can be solved inCited by: INTEGRATED REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE The aim of integrated regional assessment (IRA) is to promote a better understanding development of an integrated assessment model system Integrated Regional Assessment of Global Climate Change C.
Gregory Knight and Jill Jager Frontmatter More information. NBER Program(s):Public Economics, Environment and Energy Economics. Global climate change poses a threat to the well-being of humans and other living things through impacts on ecosystem functioning, biodiversity, capital productivity, and human health.
It will discuss new integrated assessment models for climate change with stock-flow consistent (SFC) macroeconomic models. These alternative models have much richer dynamic outcomes and allow the exploration of nonlinear feedback loops that are entirely absent from traditional models, in particular the crucial interaction between private debt, economic activity, and global.
Review of the mathematics of climate analysis: 4: Climate I: past climate, and gases, aerosols and radiation: Homework 1 distributed: 5: Economics primer: 6: Climate II: dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans: 7: Economics of the global commons: Homework 1 due.
Homework 2 distributed. 8: Economics I: economic growth, technology and greenhouse. New Directions in Climate Change Vulnerability, Impacts, and Adaptation Assessment: The National Academies Press.
doi: /Washington, DC Teresa Leonardo, Global Climate Change Program, U.S. Agency for International Development Kim Magraw, Office of Policy Analysis, U.S. Department of Interior Linda Mearns, Institute for. The book offers one of the most extensive analyses of the economic and environmental dynamics of greenhouse-gas emissions and climate change and provides the tools to evaluate alternative approaches to slowing global warming.
The author emphasizes the need to establish effective mechanisms, such as carbon taxes. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF CLIMATE CHANGE Richard S.J Tol Hamburg, Vrije and Carnegie Mellon Universities, Hamburg, Germany Keywords: economics, climate change, climate change impacts, greenhouse gas emission reduction, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, international climate policy, integrated assessment modeling Contents 1.
Introduction 2. This important new book outlines current developments in thinking in the field of Social Impact Assessment (SIA). It advances the theory and practice of SIA, and argues that a dramatic shift is required in the way socioeconomic studies and community participation is undertaken.
New Directions in Climate Change Vulnerability, Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /Impacts, and Adaptation Assessment Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES PRESSâ Fifth Street, N.W.â Washington, DC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC):Climate Change Economics and Social Dimensions of Climate Change, The Contribution of Working Group III to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [J.
Bruce, H. Lee, and E. Haîtes, eds.]. Cambridge University Press, by: The Integrated Assessment Journal Bridging Sciences & Policy Vol. 5, Iss. 1 (), Pp. 41–75 Integrated Assessment Modeling of Global Climate Change: Much Has Been Learned—Still a Long and Bumpy Road Ahead Stephen Schneider Department of Biological Sciences and.
Data, research, outlooks and country reviews on environment including biodiversity, water, resource and waste management, climate change, global warming and consumption., This report provides a new detailed quantitative assessment of the consequences of climate change on economic growth through to and beyond.
It focuses on how climate change affects different drivers of growth, including. Another strength of Global Change and Integrated Coastal Management is the geographical nature of the content.
This book brings together socio-economic, cultural and physical environmental change. This is an advantage over other coastal texts currently available, and globalizes its. This book will be an essential text for students of varying levels in economics, climate change and environmental policy, and a resource for researchers and practitioners.
Contents: 1. The Science of Climate Change 2. Emissions Scenarios and Options for Emission Reduction 3. Abatement Costs 4. Policy Instruments for Emission Reduction /5(2). To shed light on adaptation costs—and with the global climate change negotiations resuming in December in Copenhagen—the Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change (EACC) study was initiated by the World Bank in earlyfunded by the governments of the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United by: Using global data for –observe that the impact of climate change on economic growth is no t robust.
Howeve r, the movi ng average- based me asure of t emperature f or. This paper presents the dimensions of the climate change problem and its economic effects as well as the evolution of the international meetings to cope with it.
In these lines it discusses the use of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), the damage cost estimates and various other issues related to global warming and concerning the significance of uncertainty and risk aversion, the importance. A Review of Impacts to U.S.
Agricultural Resources. Report for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change. A Simple Climate Model Used in Economic Studies of Global Change. In: New Directions in the Economics and Integrated Assessment of Global Climate Change.
Report for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change. Agency (IEA. “Schneider, Rosencranz, and Niles present a comprehensive and sobering review of global climate change. Their clear, careful, and highly readable analysis will be useful for students, researchers, and citizen activists at all levels of sophistication.
The book is actually a detailed description of a single computer model, not a comprehensive treatment of managing the global commons, or even of the economics of climate change.
A more descriptive title would have been: "Managing the DICE model: a neoclassical view of some of the economic impacts of climate change". A sound understanding of the economics of climate change is needed in order to underpin an effective global response to this challenge.
The Stern Review is an independent, rigourous and comprehensive There is now clear scientific evidence that emissions from economic activity, particularly the burning of fossil fuels for energy, are causing /5.
Design Economics for the Built Environment: Impact of sustainability on project evaluation presents new directions, reflecting the need to recognise the impact of climate change and the importance of sustainability in project evaluation. The aim is to provide a new approach to understanding design economics in the context of the changing policy.
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This is the resource site for Richard Tol's textbook Climate Economics: Economic analysis of climate, climate change, and climate policy. The book can be ordered from Edward Elgar, Amazon UK and Amazon US. The 2nd edition can be pre-ordered.
There is a preview on Google Books. The first book reviews are in. Climate change is just a part of it. In an e-mail message, Kenneth Caldeira, who studies climate for the Carnegie Institution and Stanford University (and who is a participant in some of the panel’s assessments), used the post as an opportunity to.
Despite this, the effect of global warming on human population levels is not currently incorporated into Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) that assess the welfare impacts of climate change.
To the limited extent that integrated assessment models have included climate mortality impacts, they have accounted for them as damage to economic output.
Climate Change, Capitalism, and Corporations: Processes of Creative Self-Destruction, by Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg (Cambridge University Press pages, $ paperback).
This book explores the complex relationship that the corporate world has with climate change and examines the central role of corporations in shaping political and social responses to the climate crisis.Natural resource management Environmental feedbacks Global change The interface between economic development and environmental protection The journal is open to special issues addressing exciting themes, as long as these consist of very coherent and high-quality contributions.
Please contact the Editor-in-Chief for further information.* "MERGE: An Integrated Assessment Model for Global Climate Change", June MERGE is a model for estimating the regional and global effects of greenhouse gas reductions.
It quantifies alternative ways of thinking about climate change. The model contains submodels governing: the domestic and international economy.