Edwin van der Werf
Edwin van der Werf
Assistant Professor of Environmental Economics, Department of Economics, Wageningen University
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Production functions for climate policy modeling: an empirical analysis
E Van der Werf
Energy economics 30 (6), 2964-2979, 2008
2932008
Carbon leakage revisited: unilateral climate policy with directed technical change
CD Maria, E Van der Werf
Environmental and Resource Economics 39 (2), 55-74, 2008
1992008
Are green hopes too rosy? Employment and welfare impacts of renewable energy promotion
C Böhringer, A Keller, E Van der Werf
Energy Economics 36, 277-285, 2013
1052013
Imperfect environmental policy and polluting emissions: the Green Paradox and beyond
E Van der Werf, C Di Maria
International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 6 (2), 153-194, 2012
93*2012
Carbon pricing in the EU: Evaluation of different EU ETS reform options
C Brink, HRJ Vollebergh, E van der Werf
Energy Policy 97, 603-617, 2016
712016
Absolute abundance and relative scarcity: environmental policy with implementation lags
C Di Maria, S Smulders, E Van der Werf
Ecological Economics 74, 104-119, 2012
56*2012
Modeling linkages between climate policy and land use: an overview
E Van Der Werf, S Peterson
Agricultural Economics 40 (5), 507-517, 2009
432009
Should we be worried about the green paradox? Announcement effects of the Acid Rain Program
C Di Maria, I Lange, E Van der Werf
European Economic Review 69, 143-162, 2014
402014
Climate policy and the optimal extraction of high‐and low‐carbon fossil fuels
S Smulders, E Van Der Werf
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 41 (4), 1421-1444, 2008
382008
The role of standards in eco-innovation: Lessons for policymakers
HRJ Vollebergh, E Van der Werf
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 8 (2), 230-248, 2014
322014
Capital-labour-energy substitution in a nested CES framework: A replication and update of Kemfert (1998)
A Henningsen, G Henningsen, E van der Werf
Energy Economics 82, 16-25, 2019
182019
The potential role of waste biomass in the future urban electricity system
Y Jiang, E van der Werf, EC van Ierland, KJ Keesman
Biomass and Bioenergy 107, 182-190, 2017
162017
10 Going Full Circle: Demand-Side Constraints to the Green Paradox
C Di Maria, I Lange, E Van der Werf
Climate Policy and Nonrenewable Resources: The Green Paradox and Beyond, 225, 2014
142014
Evaluating the impacts of plantations and associated forestry operations in Africa—methods and indicators
V Ingram, E Van Der Werf, E Kikulwe, JHH Wesseler
International Forestry Review 18 (1), 44-55, 2016
112016
Evaluation of climate change adaptation alternatives for smallholder farmers in the Upper Blue-Nile Basin
Y Nigussie, E van der Werf, X Zhu, B Simane, EC van Ierland
Ecological Economics 151, 142-150, 2018
92018
The potential of REDD+ for carbon sequestration in tropical forests: Supply curves for carbon storage for Kalimantan, Indonesia
Y Indrajaya, E van der Werf, HP Weikard, F Mohren, EC van Ierland
Forest Policy and Economics 71, 1-10, 2016
72016
The Potential of REDD+ for Carbon Sequestration in Tropical Forests: Supply Curves for carbon storage for East-Kalimantan
Y Indrajaya, E van der Werf, E van Ierland, F Mohren, HP Weikard
7*
Climate policy with tied hands: optimal resource taxation under implementation lags
C Di Maria, S Smulders, E Van der Werf
Environmental and Resource Economics 66 (3), 537-551, 2017
62017
Forest plantations’ investments in social services and local infrastructure: an analysis of private, FSC certified and state-owned, non-certified plantations in rural Tanzania
MB Degnet, E van der Werf, V Ingram, J Wesseler
Land Use Policy 79, 68-83, 2018
52018
Carbon leakage
C Di Maria, TO Michielsen, E van der Werf
Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, Vol 2 …, 2013
42013
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