The Policy Group

  • Keller, K., B. M. Bolker, and D. F. Bradford: Uncertain climate thresholds and economic optimal growth. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, in the press (2003).
  • Keller, K., M. Hall, D. F. Bradford, and Z. Yang: Carbon dioxide sequestration: How much and when? CEPS working paper Nr. 94 (also in revision for Climatic Change) (2003).
  • Keller, K., M. G. Hall, S.-R. Kim, D. F. Bradford, and M. Oppenheimer: Avoiding dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system. In review at Climatic Change (2003).
  • Keller, K., R. D. Slater, M. Bender and R. M. Key (2002) Possible biological or physical explanations for decadal scale trends in North Pacific nutrient concentrations and oxygen utilization, Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 49, 345-362.
  • Kim, S.-R., 2002, “Optimal Environmental Regulation in the Presence of Other Taxes,” Contributions to Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol.1: No.1, Article 4, in: The B.E. Journals in Economic Analysis & Policy, The Berkeley Electronic Press.
  • Kim, S.-R., 2002, “Optimal Environmental Investment and Taxation in a Model of Endogenous Growth: The Case of Global Warming,” presented at a Session of the Summer Institute 2002 of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Cambridge, MA.
  • Kim, S.-R., 2003, “Uncertainty, Political Preferences, and Stabilization: Stochastic Control Using Dynamic CGE Models,” presented the 9th Int’l Conference in Computing in Economics and Finance, the Society for Computational Economics, Seattle (also in revision for Computational Economics).
  • Kim, S.-R., 2003, “Environmental Taxes and Economic Welfare: The Welfare Cost of Gasoline Taxation in the U.S. 1959-1999,” reprinted in the ICFAI Journal of Environmental Economics.
  • Kraepiel, A. M. L., K Keller, H. B. Chin, E. G. Malcolm, and F. M. M. Morel, Sources and Variations of Mercury in Tuna, Environmental Science and Technology, in the press (2003).
  • Moles, C. M., A. S. Lieber, J. R. Banga, and K. Keller: Global optimization of climate control problems using evolutionary and stochastic algorithms. Chapter in: Benitez, J. M., Cordon, O., Hoffmann, F., Roy, R. (Eds.) “Advances in Soft Computing: Engineering Design and Manufacturing” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. ISBN 1-85233-755-9, pages 331-342 (2003).
  • Eric Nævdal, Optimal Regulation Of Natural Resources In The Presence Of Irreversible Threshold Effects, Natural Resource Modeling, Fall 2003, Volume 16, Number 3. pp 305 – 333.
  • Eric, Nævdal, Dynamic Optimisation in the Presence of Threshold Effects when the Location of the Threshold is Uncertain – With an Application to a Possible Disintegration of the Western Antarctic Ice Sheet. Submitted to Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
  • O’Neill, B. C. and M. Oppenheimer (2002): Climate change – Dangerous climate impacts and the Kyoto protocol. Science 296(5575): 1971-1972.
  • Oppenheimer, M., Review of Atmospheric Pollution: History, Science, and Regulation. Physics Today 56, 65-66, 2003
  • Oppenheimer, M., Climate Change 2001: The Science of Climate Change. Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, “Technical Summary” and “Summary for Policy Makers” (Lead author, with others), and Chapter 11, “Changes in Sea Level” (contributing author, with others). Cambridge University Press, 2001.
  • Oppenheimer, M., Global Warming: Formulating Long Term Goals (with A. Petsonk), in Climate Policy Beyond Kyoto: Meeting the Long Term Challenge of Global Warming (Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Washington, DC) December.
  • Oppenheimer, M., On past temperatures and anomalous late-20th century warmth (with 12 coauthors). Eos 84, 256, 2003.
  • Oppenheimer, M., Review of The Carbon War: Global Warming and the End of the Oil Era, Climate Change, 54, 497-505, 2002