The Green Perspectives papers are now available in the journal Energy Economics (Elsevier) as well as here on our website (see below for list of papers and links). The editors of Energy Economics appointed a selection committee to identify and recruit authors for the project. The editors utilized their normal review process to assure quality and integrity of final papers. We are pleased to now also share with you the Summaries and Highlights of the papers.
The following papers have passed through peer review and will be published in the journal Energy Economics. Please check back here in mid-November to access the papers.
Brian P. Flannery, Chair of the International Business Green Economies Dialogue project; member of the selection committee.
Richard Schmalensee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: From “Green Growth” to Sound Policies: An Overview
Carlo Carraro, Alice Favero, Emanuele Massetti, University of Venice and Yale University: Investments and Public Finance in a Green, Low Carbon, Economy
Mark A. Cohen, Michael P. Vandenbergh, Vanderbilt University and Resources for the Future: The Potential Role of Carbon Labeling in a Green Economy
Paul Collier, Anthony J. Venables, Oxford University: Greening Africa? Technologies, Endowments and the Latecomer Effect
Richard N. Cooper, Harvard University: Financing for Climate Change
Jae Edmonds, Kate Calvin, Leon Clarke, Page Kyle, Marshall Wise, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Joint Global Change Research Institute: Energy and Technology Lessons Since Rio
Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute: The Elusive and Expensive Green Job
Adele C. Morris, Pietro S. Nivola, Charles L. Schultze, The Brookings Institution: Clean Energy: Revisting the Challenges of Industrial Policy
Erica L. Plambeck, Stanford Graduate School of Business: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Operations and Supply Chain Management
John Reilly, MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change: Green Growth and the Efficient Use of Natural Resources
For more information on the authors, please visit the “Authors” page for authors’ bios.