Cameron Hepburn
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Regulation by prices, quantities, or both: A review of instrument choice
C Hepburn
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 22 (2), 226-247, 2006
The impact of CO2 emissions trading on firm profits and market prices
R Smale, M Hartley, C Hepburn, J Ward, M Grubb
Climate Policy 6 (1), 31-48, 2006
Auctioning of EU ETS phase II allowances: how and why?
C Hepburn, M Grubb, K Neuhoff, F Matthes, M Tse
Climate Policy 6 (1), 137-160, 2006
Carbon trading: a review of the Kyoto mechanisms
C Hepburn
Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 32, 375-393, 2007
Will COVID-19 fiscal recovery packages accelerate or retard progress on climate change?
C Hepburn, B O’Callaghan, N Stern, J Stiglitz, D Zenghelis
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (Supplement_1), S359-S381, 2020
Valuing the future
D Pearce, B Groom, C Hepburn, P Koundouri
World economics 4 (2), 121-141, 2003
Equity weighting and the marginal damage costs of climate change
D Anthoff, C Hepburn, RSJ Tol
Ecological Economics 68 (3), 836-849, 2009
Credible carbon policy
D Helm, C Hepburn, R Mash
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 19 (3), 438-450, 2003
Towards demand-side solutions for mitigating climate change
F Creutzig, J Roy, WF Lamb, IML Azevedo, WB De Bruin, H Dalkmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (4), 260-263, 2018
The technological and economic prospects for CO 2 utilization and removal
C Hepburn, E Adlen, J Beddington, EA Carter, S Fuss, N Mac Dowell, ...
Nature 575 (7781), 87-97, 2019
Making carbon pricing work for citizens
D Klenert, L Mattauch, E Combet, O Edenhofer, C Hepburn, R Rafaty, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (8), 669-677, 2018
Ethics of the discount rate in the Stern Review on the economics of climate change
W Beckerman, C Hepburn
World Economics-Henley on Thames- 8 (1), 187, 2007
The economics and politics of climate change
D Helm, C Hepburn
OUP Oxford, 2009
Declining discount rates: the long and the short of it
B Groom, C Hepburn, P Koundouri, D Pearce
Environmental and resource economics 32 (4), 445-493, 2005
The ‘2 C capital stock’for electricity generation: Committed cumulative carbon emissions from the electricity generation sector and the transition to a green economy
A Pfeiffer, R Millar, C Hepburn, E Beinhocker
Applied Energy 179, 1395-1408, 2016
Discounting for climate change
D Anthoff, RSJ Tol, G Yohe
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal 3, 2009
A third wave in the economics of climate change
JD Farmer, C Hepburn, P Mealy, A Teytelboym
Environmental and Resource Economics 62 (2), 329-357, 2015
Discounting and the social cost of carbon: a closer look at uncertainty
J Guo, CJ Hepburn, RSJ Tol, D Anthoff
environmental science & policy 9 (3), 205-216, 2006
Combining multiple climate policy instruments: how not to do it
S Fankhauser, C Hepburn, J Park
Climate Change Economics 1 (03), 209-225, 2010
The social cost of carbon
P Watkiss
London: DEFRA, December, 2005
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