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Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper No. 180, June 2014
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|Resource title||Endogenous growth, convexity of damages and climate risk: how Nordhaus' framework supports deep cuts in carbon emissions|
|Author(s)||Simon Dietz, Nicholas Stern|
|Publication/ source||Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper No. 180|
|Date published||June 2014|
|Summary text/ abstract||'To slow or not to slow' (Nordhaus, 1991) was the first economic appraisal of greenhouse gas emissions abatement and founded a large literature on a topic of great, worldwide importance. In this paper we offer our assessment of the original article and trace its legacy, in particular Nordhaus' later series of 'DICE' models. From this work many have drawn the conclusion that an efficient global emissions abatement policy comprises modest and modestly increasing controls. On the contrary, we use DICE itself to provide an initial illustration that, if the analysis is extended to take more strongly into account three essential elements of the climate problem – the endogeneity of growth, the convexity of damages, and climate risk – optimal policy comprises strong controls. To focus on these features and facilitate comparison with Nordhaus' work, all of the analysis is conducted with a high pure-time discount rate, notwithstanding its problematic ethical foundations.|
|Library categories||Climate Change, Economics|
|Added to Free Range Library||22/06/2014|
Endogenous growth, convexity of damages and climate risk: how Nordhaus' framework supports deep cuts in carbon emissions [4.7 megabytes]
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