Andrea Baranzini
Andrea Baranzini
Professor of Economics, Geneva School of Business Administration, Switzerland
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A future for carbon taxes
A Baranzini, J Goldemberg, S Speck
Ecological economics 32 (3), 395-412, 2000
5192000
What do we know about carbon taxes? An inquiry into their impacts on competitiveness and distribution of income
ZX Zhang, A Baranzini
Energy policy 32 (4), 507-518, 2004
3052004
Paying for quietness: the impact of noise on Geneva rents
A Baranzini, JV Ramirez
Urban studies 42 (4), 633-646, 2005
1462005
Carbon pricing in climate policy: seven reasons, complementary instruments, and political economy considerations
A Baranzini, JCJM Van den Bergh, S Carattini, RB Howarth, E Padilla, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e462, 2017
1252017
Hedonic methods in housing markets: Pricing environmental amenities and segregation
A Baranzini, J Ramirez, C Schaerer, P Thalmann
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
1062008
The causal relationship between energy use and economic growthin Switzerland
A Baranzini, S Weber, M Bareit, NA Mathys
Energy Economics 36, 464-470, 2013
992013
The impact of possible climate catastrophes on global warming policy
A Baranzini, M Chesney, J Morisset
Energy Policy 31 (8), 691-701, 2003
942003
A sight for sore eyes: Assessing the value of view and land use in the housing market
A Baranzini, C Schaerer
Journal of Housing Economics 20 (3), 191-199, 2011
912011
Elasticities of gasoline demand in Switzerland
A Baranzini, S Weber
Energy policy 63, 674-680, 2013
73*2013
Effectiveness, earmarking and labeling: testing the acceptability of carbon taxes with survey data
A Baranzini, S Carattini
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 19 (1), 197-227, 2017
712017
Using measured instead of perceived noise in hedonic models
A Baranzini, C Schaerer, P Thalmann
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 15 (8), 473-482, 2010
66*2010
Green taxes in a post-Paris world: are millions of nays inevitable?
S Carattini, A Baranzini, P Thalmann, F Varone, F Vöhringer
Environmental and Resource Economics 68 (1), 97-128, 2017
652017
The economic value of risks to life: evidence from the Swiss labour market
A Baranzini, GF Luzzi
Revue Suisse d Economie Politique et de Statistique 137 (2), 149-170, 2001
582001
Voluntary approaches in climate policy
A Baranzini, P Thalmann
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004
532004
Tropical forest conservation: Attitudes and preferences
A Baranzini, AK Faust, D Huberman
Forest policy and economics 12 (5), 370-376, 2010
502010
Is sustainable growth optimal?
A Baranzini, F Bourguignon
International Tax and Public Finance 2 (2), 341-356, 1995
451995
Implementing sustainable development: integrated assessment and participatory decision-making processes
H Abaza, A Baranzini
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002
402002
Unconventional determinants of greenhouse gas emissions: the role of trust
S Carattini, A Baranzini, J Roca
Environmental Policy and Governance 25 (4), 243-257, 2015
352015
The economic performance of Swiss drinking water utilities
AK Faust, A Baranzini
Journal of productivity analysis 41 (3), 383-397, 2014
31*2014
Taxation of emissions of greenhouse gases
A Baranzini, S Carattini
In: FREEDMAN, Bill (ed.). Global environmental change. Dordrecht: Springer …, 2014
302014
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