The latest issue of World Economics has 2 papers written by Nicholas Stern and colleagues.
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This issue of World Economics, like the previous one, devotes considerable space to the important global issue of climate change. Some of the papers are responses to articles published in the previous issue of this journal, which in turn were responses to The Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change that was published in October last year.
How Can Norway Become A Climate-Friendly Society?
Jørgen Randers & Knut H. Alfsen
Addressing Climate Change
Is there a role to be played by the IMF?
Peter S. Heller
REFLECTIONS ON THE STERN REVIEW (1)
A Robust Case for Strong Action to Reduce the Risks of Climate Change
Simon Dietz, Chris Hope, Nicholas Stern & Dimitri Zenghelis
REFLECTIONS ON THE STERN REVIEW (2)
A Growing International Opportunity to Move Strongly on Climate Change
Lorraine Hamid, Nicholas Stern & Chris Taylor
Ethics of the Discount Rate in the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
Wilfred Beckerman & Cameron Hepburn
The Stern Review and the Costs of Climate Change Mitigation
A response to the ‘Dual Critique’ and the misrepresentations of Tol and Yohe
Response to Carter et al.
John Mitchell, Julia Slingo, David S. Lee, Jason Lowe & Vicky Pope
Response to ‘The Stern Review: A Dual Critique’
Nigel Arnell, Rachel Warren & Robert Nicholls
A Response to ‘The Stern Review: A Dual Critique’
For other Climate Change papers see our designated page at our Globalisation and the Environment websiteHERE.