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|2022||Jaffe, A.M., Myslikova, Z., Qi. Q., Fang, Z., Oh, S., Elaas, J.
"Green innovation of state-owned oil and gas enterprises in BRICS countries: a review of performance” Climate Policy. (2022).
|2022||Law, Beverly E., Moomaw, William R, et. al.
"Creating Strategic Reserves to Protect Forest Carbon and Reduce Biodiversity Losses in the United States” Forests in the Landscape: Threats and Opportunities. (2022).
|2022||Sterman, John, Moomaw, William et. al.
"Does wood bioenergy help or harm the climate?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. (2022).
|2022||Mackey, Brendan, Moomaw, William et. al.
"Net carbon accounting and reporting are a barrier to understanding the mitigation value of forest protection in developed countries.” Environmental Research Letters, Volume 17, Number 5. (2022).
|2022||Ripple, William J, Moomaw, William R, et. al.
"Six steps to integrate climate mitigation with adaptation for social justice.” Environmental Science & Policy. (2022).
|2021||Barnard, Phoebe, Moomaw, William R, et. al.
"World scientists' warnings into action, local to global.” Science Progress. (2021).
|2021||Finlayson, C.M., Davies, G.T., Pritchard, D.E., Davidson, N.C., Fennessy, M.S., Simpson, M, Moomaw, W.R.
Reframing the human-wetlands relationship through a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Wetlands.” Marine and Freshwater Research. (2021).
|2022||Chester, Charles C. et. al.
Using ecosystem services to identify equitable outcomes in migratory species conservation.” Conservation Letters, e12920. (2022).
|2022||Bhandary, Rishikesh Ram, Staicu, Daniela, Myslikova, Zdenka, Ullah, Najeeb.
Supporting Energy Transitions and Covid-19 Recovery: The Role of International Financial Institutions.” Task Force 7, International Finance and Economic Recovery. (2022).
|2022||Gopalakrishnan, Tarun, Narassimhan, Easwaran, Gallagher, Kelly Sims.
Pathways for Deep Decarbonization: Aligning India’s NDC Submission with its Net-Zero Ambition.” Policy Brief, Climate Policy Lab, The Fletcher School at Tufts University, September 2022.
|2022||CIERP's Annual Report: Year in Review 2021-2022.
|2021||Owusu-Mante, Seth. "Chain Effect- Industrial energy policy in Africa in an era of captive power: Aligning Energy Policies with Industrial Development Goals in Developing Economies: A Case Study of Ghana and Kenya," EnergyNet Limited, London, United Kingdom. (2021).
|2022||Lokarajan, Jayashri; Toft, Monica. "Climate Change-Induced Disrupting
Threats and US National Security," Climate Policy Lab, the Fletcher School at Tufts University. (2022).
|2022||Masters, William A; Finaret, Amelia B.; Block, Steven A. "The economics of malnutrition: Dietary transition and food system transformation," Handbook of Agricultural Economics, ISSN 1574-0072. (2022).
|2022||Yimere, Abay; Assefa, Engdawork. "Current and Future Irrigation Water Requirement and Potential in the Abbay River Basin, Ethiopia," Sage Journals, Volume 15. (2022).
|2022||Lazetic, Marina; Jacobsen, Karen. "Climate change, social justice, and dislocation in the United States: Recommendations for Policy Makers," Climate Policy Lab, the Fletcher School at Tufts University. (2022).
|2022||Lee, Kevin, Cooper, Adam, Wood, Lisa, Shuster, Mike, Hoskins, Anne, Worley, Christopher M, Barbara, Kristin, Kates-Garnick, Barbara, and McCafferty, Max. "The Role of Innovation in the Electric Utility Sector, Future Electric Utility Regulation Report No. 13," U.S. Department of Energy. (2022).
|2022||Gallagher, K.S. and L.D. Anadon. "DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database," The Fletcher School, Tufts University; Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge; and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School; April 8.
|2022||Han, Zhen, Papa, Mihaela. "Brazilian alliance perspectives: towards a BRICS development–security alliance?" Third World Quarterly. (2022).|
|2022||McCracken, Melissa. "Defining Effective Transboundary Water Cooperation." Routledge. (2022).|
|2022||Liu, Zongyuan Zoe, Papa, Mihaela. "Can BRICS De-dollarize the Global Financial System?." Cambridge University Press. (2022).|
|2022||Gallagher, K.S., Koester, S., Narassimhan, E. "Carbon Pricing in the US: Examining State-Level Policy Support and Federal Resistance." Politics and Governance. (2022).|
|2022||Bhandary, R.R. "National climate funds: a new dataset on national financing vehicles for climate change" Taylor & Francis Online. (2022).|
|2022||Bhandary, R.R., Gallagher, K.S. "What drives Pakistan’s coal-fired power plant construction boom? Understanding the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’s energy portfolio" World Development Perspectives. (2022).|
|2021||Rose, S., Halstead, J., Griffin, T. "Zero Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh: A Review of Evidence, Gaps, and Future Considerations" Tufts University. (2021).|
|2021||Hebblewhite, M., Hilty, J.A., Williams, S., Locke, H., Chester, C., Johns, D., Kehm, G., Francis, W.L. "Can a large-landscape conservation vision contribute to achieving biodiversity targets?" Conservation Science and Practice. (2021).|
|2021||Locoman, E., Papa, M. "Transformation of alliances: Mapping Russia's close relationships in the era of multivectorism" Taylor & Francis Online. (2021).|
|2021||Griffin, P., Jaffe, A.M. "Challenges for a climate risk disclosure mandate" Nature Energy Journal. (2021).|
|2021||Narassimhan, E., Gallagher, K.S., Gopalakrishnan, T. "India’s policy pathways for deep decarbonisation" Observer Research Foundation. (2021).|
|2021||Jaffe, A.M. "U.S. Loan Guarantee Program Needs Deeper Clarification of Goals and Metrics." CPL Policy Brief. (2021).|
|2021||CIERP Annual Report Year in Review 2020-2021.|
|2021||Nemet, G., Gallagher, K.S. "Promoting Inclusive and Impactful Research, Development, and Demonstration Programs" CPL Policy Brief. (2021).|
|2021||Griffith-Jones, S., and Gallagher, K.S. "How a U.S. Green Bank Could Make the Economy Greener and Fairer" CPL Policy Brief. (2021).|
|2021||Metcalf, G. "Supporting Low-Carbon Energy Through a New Generation of Tax Credits" CPL Policy Brief. (2021).|
|2021||Bréthaut, C., Ezbakhe, F., McCracken, M., Wolf, A., Dalton, J. "Exploring discursive hydropolitics: a conceptual framework and research agenda." International Journal of Water Resources Development. (2021).|
|2021||Block, S., Haile, B., You, L.,, Headey, D. "Heat shocks, maize yields, and child height in Tanzania." Food Security. (2021).|
|2021||Papa, M., Verma, R. "BRICS amidst India-China Rivalry." Global Policy. (2021).|
|2021||Knittel, C., Tanaka, S. "Fuel economy and the price of gasoline: Evidence from fueling-level micro data" Journal of Public Economics. (2021).|
|2021||Fakhry, R., Gallagher, K.S., Gerrard, M., Martella, R. "Net-Zero by 2050: How Should We Achieve a Carbon-Free U.S. Economy?" The Environmental Forum. 2021. (2021).|
|2021||Bhandary, R.R., Gallagher, K.S., Huang, P., Myslikova, Z., Narassimhan, E., Zhang, F. (2021). "From fossil to low carbon: The evolution of global public energy innovation." WIREs Reviews. August 17, 2021.|
|2021||Johnson, M.P., Hollander, J., Kinsey, E., Chichirau, G., (2021). "Supporting Shrinkage: Better Planning and Decision-Making for Legacy Cities" SUNY Press.|
|2021||Yimere, A., Assefa, E. (2021). "Assessment of the Water-Energy Nexus under Future Climate Change in the Nile River Basin" Climate. 2021.|
|2021||Yimere, A., Assefa, E. (2021). "Beyond the implications of Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam filling policies." AIMS Geosciences, 2021, 7(3): 313-330. doi: 10.3934/geosci.2021019|
|2021||Tanaka, S., Teshima, K., Verhoogen, E. (2021). "North-South Displacement Effects of Environmental Regulation: The Case of Battery Recycling." NBER. August 21, 2021.|
|2021||Justin Hollander, A96, Professor in the Tufts Dept. of Urban and Environmental Policy (UEP) co-edited a special issue of the international journal Architectural Science Review focused on Cognition and Neuroscience in Architecture.|
|2021||Camba, A. (2021). “How Chinese firms approach investment risk: strong leaders, cancellation, and pushback.” Review of International Political Economy.|
|2021||Camba, A. (2021). “How Duterte Strong-Armed Chinese Dam-Builders But Weakened Philippine Institutions,” in China Local/Global Series, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace.|
|2021||Gallagher, K.S. and L.D. Anadon. (2021). "DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database," Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge; and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. July 6, 2021.|
|2021||Bhandary, R.,R. (2021). Climate mainstreaming via national climate funds: the experiences of Bangladesh and Ethiopia.Climate and Development.|
|2021||Rose, S. (2021). Nationally Determined Contribution: An Effective Signal for Adaptation Finance? CIERP/CPL Policy Brief.|
|2021||Gallagher, K.S., Qi.Q. (2021). Chinese Overseas Investment Policy: Implications for Climate Change. Global Policy.|
|2021||Camba, A. (2021). Sinews of politics: State Grid Corporation, investment coalitions, and embeddedness in the Philippines. Energy State Reviews.|
|2021||O'Donnell F., Papa, M. (2021). India's multi-alignment management and the Russia–India–China (RIC) triangle. International Affairs.|
|2021||Myers Jaffe, A., (2021). Energy's Digital Future: Harnessing Innovation for American Resilience and National Security. Columbia Press.|
|2021||Papa, M., Williams, C. (2021). Rethinking “Alliances”: The Case of South Africa as a Rising Power African Security.|
|2021||Bhandary, R., Gallagher, K.S., Zhang, F. (2021). Climate finance policy in practice: a review of the evidence Climate Policy.|
|2021||National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2021). Accelerating Decarbonization of the U.S. Energy System Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.|
|2020||Allan, J. Bhandary, R. Luomi, M. (2020). Reinforcing Global Climate Governance to Deliver Higher Ambition. T20 Saudi Arabia Policy Brief.|
|2020||Davies, G. T. Finlayson, C. M. Pritchard, D. E. Davidson, N. C. Gardner, R. C. Moomaw, W. R. Okuno, E. Whitacre, J. C. (2020). Towards a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Wetlands. Marine and Freshwater Research.|
|2020||Mildrexler, D. Berner, L. Law, B. Birdsey, R. Moomaw, W. (2020). Large Trees Dominate Carbon Storage in Forests East of the Cascade Crest in the United States Pacific Northwest. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.|
|2020||Gallagher, K.S., Bhandary, R., Narassimhan, E., Nguyen, Q.T. (2020). Banking on coal? Drivers of demand for Chinese overseas investments in coal in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia and Vietnam. Energy Research and Social Science Journal.|
|2020||Narassimhan, E. (2020). Electricity-sector transitions for green industrialization: a case study of Ethiopia. Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).|
|2020||Bhandary, R., Karber, K., Narassimhan, E., Pandey, B. (2020). Scaling Up Solar Pumps for Irrigation and Domestic Water Use in Ethiopia: The Role of Blended Finance Climate Policy Lab.|
|2020||Han, Z., Papa, M. (2020). Alliances in Chinese international relations: are they ending or rejuvenating? Asian Security.|
|2020||Zhang, F. (2020). Leaders and followers in finance mobilization for renewable
energy in Germany and China. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.
|2020||Gallagher, K.S. (2020). Green cooperation, green competition. Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft.|
|2020||Anbumozhi, A., Bhandary, R., Gallagher, K.S., Kalirajan, K., Peerbocuz, N, Yilmaz, F., Zhang, F. (2020). Financing energy efficiency of buildings: green instruments and policy guidance. T20 Saudi Arabia.|
|2020||Gallagher, K.S., Myslikova, Z. (2020). Mission Innovation is mission critical. Nat Energy.|
|2020||CIERP's Annual Report: Year in Review 2019-2020.|
|2020||Tanaka, S. (2020). When tax incentives drive illicit behavior: The manipulation of fuel economy in the automobile industry. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.|
|2020||Kasdan, M., Kuhl, L., Kurukulasuryia, P. (2020). The evolution of transformational change in multilateral funds dedicated to financing adaptation to climate change. Climate and Development Journal.|
|2020||Aker, J., Prina, S., Welch, J. (2020). Migration, Money Transfers, and Mobile Money: Evidence from Niger. AEA Papers and Proceedings 110: 589–593.|
|2020||Aker, J., Sawyer, M., Goldstein, M., O'Sullivan, M., McConnell, M. (2020). Just a Bit of Cushion: The Role of a Simple Savings Device in Meeting Planned and Unplanned Expenses in Rural Niger. World Development 128. April 2020.|
|2020||Hidrobo, M., Palloni, G., Aker, J., Gilligan, D.O., Ledlie, N. (2020). Paying for Digital Information: Assessing Farmers’ Willingness to Pay for a Digital Agriculture and Nutrition Service in Ghana. IFPRI Discussion Paper.|
|2020||Gallagher, K.S. and L.D. Anadon. (2020). "DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database," Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge; and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. July 3, 2020.|
|2020||Qi, Q. and Gallagher, K.S. (2020). Inventory of Chinese Policies for Domestic and Overseas Investments. The Center for International Environment and Resource Policy, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. See interactive and updated version here.|
|2020||Aker, J., Blumenstock, J., Dillon, B.(2020). How Important is the Yellow Pages? Experimental Evidence from Tanzania*. Centre for Economic Policy Research.|
|2020||Quattrochi, J., Aker, J., van der Windt, P., Voors, M. (2020).Contributions of Experimental Approaches to Development and Poverty Alleviation: Field Experiments and Humanitarian Assistance. World Development 127.|
|2020||Aker, J., Ksoll, C. (2020). Can ABC Lead to Sustained 123? The Medium-Term Effects of a Technology-Enhanced Adult Education Program. Economic Development and Cultural Change 68: 1081–1102.|
|2020||Zhang, F., Tang, T., Su, J., Huang, K.(2020). Inter-sector network and clean energy innovation: Evidence from the wind power sector. Journal of Cleaner Production.|
|2020||Ripple, W.J., Wolf, C., Newsome, T.M., Barnard, P. and Moomaw, W.R.(2020). World Scientists' Warning of a Climate Emergency. BioScience 70: 8–12.|
|2020||Mackey, B., Kormos, C.F., Keith, H., Heather Keith, William Moomaw, Richard Houghton, Russel Mittermeir, David Hole, Sonia Hugh. (2020). Understanding the importance of primary tropical forest protection as a mitigation strategy. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change (2020).|
|2019||Moomaw, W. R., Masino, S. A., and Faison, E. K. (2019). Intact Forests in the United States: Proforestation Mitigates Climate Change and Serves the Greatest Good. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2019).
|2019||Aker, J. (2019).Information and Communication Technologies and Rural Youth. IFAD Research Series 52.
|2019||Hudiburg, T. W., Law, B.E., Moomaw, W.R., Harmon, M. E., and Stenzel, J.E. (2019). Meeting GHG reduction targets requires accounting for all forest sector emissions. Environmental Research Letters, Volume 14, Number 9.
|2019||National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2019). Deployment of Deep Decarbonization Technologies: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/25656.
(Planning Committee for the Workshop chaired by Kelly Sims Gallagher.)
|2019||Bhandary, R., and van der Wansem, M. (2019). Implementing Paris Pledges: Highlights from African LDCs. CIERP Climate Policy Lab Policy Brief.|
|2019||Flynn, C., Bhandary, R. R., (2019). Designing Fit-for-Purpose National Climate Funds: A Guidebook for Decision-Makers. Climate Policy Lab and UNDP.|
|2019||Knittel, Christopher R., Tanaka, Shin (2019). Driving Behavior and the Price of Gasoline: Evidence from Fueling-Level Micro Data. National Bureau of Economic Research. Cambridge, MA|
|2019||Bhandary, R.R., Gallagher, K.S., Zhang, F. (2019). Climate Finance Policy in Practice: A Review of the Evidence. Medford, MA. Climate Policy Lab.|
|2019||CIERP's Annual Report: Year in Review 2018-2019.|
|2019||Gallagher, K.S., and Anadon, L.D. (2019). ”DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database,” The Fletcher School, Tufts University; Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge; and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School; August 28, 2019. Directly download the spreadsheet here.
|2019||Gallagher, K.S., Lewis, Joanna (2019). How China's Domestic Energy and Environmental Challenges Shape Its Global Engagement. Chapter 8, pgs. 220-245. The Global Environment: Institutions, Law, and Policy. CQ Press.|
|2019||Kuhl, Laura (2019). Technology transfer and adoption for smallholder climate change adaptation: opportunities and challenges. Climate and Development. (June 28, 2019).
|2019||Kuhl, Laura (2019). Synergies between Climate Policies and the Sustainable Development Goals in Haiti. Available at SSRN. (February 28, 2019).
|2019||Metcalf, Gilbert, E. (2019). The distributional impacts of U.S. energy policy. Energy Policy, Volume 129, Pages 926-929 (June 2019).
|2019||Mehling, Michael A., Gilbert E. Metcalf, and Robert N. Stavins. (2019). Linking Heterogeneous Climate Policies (Consistent with the Paris Agreement). Environmental Law 8, no. 4 (2019): 647–698.|
|2019||Huang, Ping. (2019). The verticality of policy mixes for sustainability transitions: A case study of solar water heating in China. Research Policy.|
|2019||Huang, Ping., Li, Ping.(2019). Politics of urban energy transitions: new energy vehicle (NEV) development in Shenzhen, China. Environmental Politics.|
|2019||Gallagher, K.S., Zhang, Fang, et.al. (2019). Assessing the Policy gaps for achieving China's climate targets in the Paris Agreement. Nature Communications.|
|2019||Gallagher, Kelly Sims; Perry, Keston; van der Wansem, Mieke; Kuhl, Laura; and Frapaise, Laurent. Analysis of International Funding for Haiti's Climate Change Priorities (Analyse des Fonds Internationaux pour les Priorités Relatives aux Changements Climatiques Haïtiennes), January 29, 2019. Available in French and English.|
|2019||Metcalf, Gilbert, E. (2019). Paying for Pollution: Why a Carbon Tax is Good for America Oxford University Press.|
|2019||Gallagher, K.S., Xiaowei, Xuan, (2019). Titans of the Climate: Explaining Policy Process in the United States and China. MIT Press.|
|2018||Finlayson, M., Moomaw, W., Davies, G., Chmura, G. L., Natali, S. M., Perry, J. E., Roulet, N., Middleton, B. A., and Sutton-Grier, A. E. (2018). Wetlands In a Changing Climate: Science, Policy and Management. Wetlands. Vol, 38, 183–205 (2018)|
|2018||Finlayson, M., Moomaw, W., Davies, G., Chmura, G. L., Natali, S. M., Perry, J. E., Roulet, N. and Sutton-Grier, A. E. (2018). The Second Warning to Humanity – Providing a Context for Wetland Management and Policy. Wetlands. Vol, 39, 1–5 (2019)|
|2018||Mehling, M, Metcalf, G.E., Stavins, R. (2018). Linking climate policies to advance global mitigation Science. 02 Mar 2018: Vol. 359, Issue 6379, pp. 997-998|
|2018||Haites, Erik, Gallagher, K.S., Narassimhan, E., et al. (2018). Experience with Carbon Taxes and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Systems Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, pp. 109-18 (2018).|
|2018||Mazzucato, M., Semieniuk, G., Gallagher, K.S., Huang, P. et al. (2018). Bridging the gap:
The role of innovation policy and market creation. UN Environment Programme Emissions Gap Report 2018, pp. 52-60.
|2018||Bhandary, Rishikesh Ram. Trying to Eat an Elephant (Again): Opportunities and Challenges in International Cooperative Approaches of the Paris Agreement. Carbon & Climate Law Review, Volume 12, Issue 3, 2018.|
|2018||CIERP's Annual Report: Year in Review 2017-2018.|
|2018||Khan, Sulmaan Wasif. Planning for Apocalypse: Environmental Change, Islamism, and China. Hoover Institution, Issue 1819, October 4, 2018.|
|2018||Finlayson, C.M., Davies, G.T., Moomaw, W.R. et al. (2018). The Second Warning to Humanity – Providing a Context for Wetland Management and Policy. Wetlands, pp. 1–5.|
|2018||Narassimhan, E., and Johnson, C. (2018). The role of demand-side incentives and charging infrastructure on plug-in electric vehicle adoption: analysis of US States. Environmental Research Letters 13(7): https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aad0f8|
|2018||Khan, S. W. (2018). Haunted by Chaos: China's Grand Strategy from Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping. Harvard University Press.|
|2018||Kates-Garnick, B., Freudenstein, P., Gillis, J., Mann, S., Mohan, P., and Palumbo, M. (2018). The Future of Transportation: Symposium Proceedings and Discussion. Medford, MA. Climate Policy Lab.|
|2018||Knobloch, K., Kates-Garnick, B., Foster, D., Koester, S. and Harmache, C. (2018). Clean Energy Policy and Expanding Markets: Insights from Corporate, Labor and Investor Leaders. Medford, MA. Climate Policy Lab.|
|2018||Moomaw, W.R., Chmura, G.L., Davies, G.T., Finlayson, C.M., Middleton, B.A., Natali, S.M., Perry, J.E., Roulet, N. and Sutton-Grier, A.E., 2018. Wetlands In a Changing Climate: Science, Policy and Management. Wetlands In a Changing Climate: Science, Policy and Management. Wetlands, pp. 1-23.|
|2018||Narassimhan, E., Gallagher, K. S., Koester, S., & Alejo, J. R. (2018). Carbon pricing in practice: A review of existing emissions trading systems. Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2018.1467827|
|2018||Gallagher, K. S. and Qi, Q. (2018). Policies Governing China's Overseas Development Finance: Implications for Climate Change. Medford, MA. Climate Policy Lab.|
|2018||Kuhl, L. (2018). Potential contributions of market-systems development initiatives for building climate resilience. World Development (108), 131-144.|
|2018||Gallagher, K.S. and Anadon, L.D. (2018). DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database, The Fletcher School, Tufts University; and Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, Harvard Kennedy School; March 22.|
|2018||Aker, J. (2018) Are Rainwater Harvesting Techniques Profitable for Small-Scale Farmers? Results from a Pilot Evaluation in Niger. Policy Brief. The Fletcher School, Tufts University. Medford, MA.|
|2018||Guiteras, R. and B.K. Jack (2018). Journal of Development Economics, 131: 42-61. Productivity in piece rate labor markets.|
|2018||Mehling, M. A., Metcalf, G. E., & Stavins, R. N. (2018). Linking climate policies to advance global mitigation. . Science, 359(6379), 997-998.|
|2018||Tanaka, S., Zabel, J. (2018). Valuing nuclear energy risk: Evidence from the impact of the Fukushima crisis on U.S. house prices. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 88, 411-426.|
|2018||Ito, T. & Tanaka, S. (2018). Abolishing user fees, fertility choice, and educational attainment. Journal of Development Economics, 130, 33-44.|
|2017||Moomaw, W. R. (2017). Science Diplomacy: Hard-Won Lessons. Science Diplomacy, September 2017, American Association for the Advancement of Science.|
|2017||Gallagher, K.S., and Narassimhan, E. (2017). Carbon Pricing in Practice: Lessons from Existing Policies. CIERP Policy Brief.|
|2017||Narassimhan, E., Gallagher, K. S., Koester, S. and Rivera Alejo, J. (2017). Carbon Pricing in Practice: A Review of the Evidence. Medford, MA. Climate Policy Lab.|
|2017||Anadon, L., Gallagher, K., & Holdren, J. (2017). Rescue US energy innovation. Nature Energy.|
|2017||Gallagher, Kelly Sims. (2017). Acting in Time on Energy Policy, (editor) Beijing, China: China
Environmental Science Press (中国环境科学出版社)
|2017||Cohn, A., Newton, P., Gil, J., Kuhl, L., Samberg, L., Ricciardi, V., Manly, J., Northrop, S. (2017). Smallholder Agriculture and Climate Change. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 42(1).|
|2017||Aker, J., Collier, P., & Vicente, P. (2017). Is information power? Using mobile phones and free newspapers during an election in Mozambique. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 99(2), 185-200.|
|2017||CIERP Annual Report 2017|
|2017||Metcalf, G.E. The Impact of Removing Tax Preferences for U.S. Oil and Gas Production Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists|
|2017||Singh, K. (2017). Financing for Whom by Whom? Complexities of Advancing Energy Access in India. CGD Policy Paper 108. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development|
|2017||Funk, P., Xue, L. Liang, Z., Gallagher, K.S., Cowhey, P. F., Fuchs, E.R.H. (2017). Why China needs data sharing to address its air-quality challenge. Natl Sci Rev 2017 doi: 10.1093/nsr/nwx059|
|2017||Gallagher, K.S. and Anadon, L.D. (2017). DOE Budget Authority for Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration Database, The Fletcher School, Tufts University; and Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, Harvard Kennedy School; June 27.|
|2017||Gray, W.B. and Metcalf, G.E. Carbon Tax Competitiveness Concerns: Assessing a Best Practices Carbon Credit National Tax Journal Vol. 70 Iss. 2 (2017) p. 447 - 468|
|2017||Caron, J., Metcalf, G.E., and Reilly, J. The CO2 Content of Consumption Across US Regions: A Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) Approach. The Energy Journal Vol. 38 Iss. 1 (2017) p. 1 - 22|
|2017||Singh, K. (2017) Networks and the Diffusion of Off-Grid Solar Technologies.Low Carbon Economy, 8, 63-80. doi:10.4236/lce.2017.82006.|
|2017||Singh, K. et al. (2017) "High Energy Planet" in "The Rightful Place of Science: Climate Pragmatism."|
|2017||Singh, Kartikeya. (2017) "Deployment of Solar Home Lighting Systems in Rural India" in 'Bottom-up' Approaches in Governance and Adaptation for Sustainable Development: Case Studies from India and Bangladesh. Sage Publishing.|
|2017||Myslikova, Z., Gallagher, K.S., Zhang, F. (2017) Mission Innovation 2.0: Recommendations for the second Mission Innovation Ministerial in Beijing, China. CIERP Climate Policy Lab Discussion Paper 14.|
|2017||Metcalf, G.E., Stock, J. Integrated Assessment Models and the Social Cost of Carbon: A Review and Assessment Rev Environ Econ Policy (2017) 11 (1): 80-99.|
|2017||Tirrell, A. (2017). Sociocultural institutions in Norwegian fisheries management. Sociocultural institutions in Norwegian fisheries management. Marine Policy, 77, 37-43.|
|2017||Papa, M. (2017). Can BRICS lead the way to sustainable Development? UNA-UK publication, March 20, 2017|
|2017||Singh, K. (2017). Of Sun Gods and Solar Energy. Issues in Science and Technology, Winter.|
|2017||Bhandary, R. R. (2017). Coalition strategies in the climate negotiations: an analysis of mountain-related coalitions. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 17(2), 173-190.|
|2017||Richards, P., Cohn, A., Arima, E., VanWey, L., Bhattarai, N. (2017). Enforcement Evasion Highlights Need for Better Satellite-Based Forest Governance. Conservation Letters (10:4) 379-498.|
|2017||Richards, P., Arima, E., VanWey, L., Cohn, A., Bhattarai, N. (2017). Are Brazil's Deforesters Avoiding Detection? Conservation Letters. Conservation Letters (10:4) 470-476.|
|2017||Levy, M., Cohn, A., Lopes, A., Thompson, E. (2017). Addressing rainfall data selection uncertainty to better quantify hydroclimatic change. Nature Scientific Reports.|
|2017||Goldsmith, P., Cohn, A. (2017). Commercial agriculture in tropical environments. Tropical Conservation Science.|
|2017||Gil, J., Cohn, A., Duncan, J., Newton, P., Vermeulen, S. (2017). The resilience of integrated agricultural systems to climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (8:4).|
|2017||Cohn, A. (2017). Leveraging climate regulation by ecosystems for agriculture to promote ecosystem stewardship. Tropical Conservation Science.|
|2017||Tanaka, S., Teshima, K. (2017). Offshoring Health Risks: The Impact of US Lead Regulation on Infant Health in Mexico. (Working Paper).|
|2017||Moomaw, W. (2017). Science Diplomacy: Hard-Won Lessons. Science & Diplomacy, Vol. 6, No. 3|
|2017||Zhang, F., Huang, K. (2017). The role of government in industrial energy conservation in China: Lessons from the iron and steel industry. Energy for Sustainable Development (39), 101-114.|
|2016||Gallagher, K.S. and Zhang, F. (2016). Innovation and technology transfer through global value chains: Evidence from China's PV industry. Energy Policy (94), 191-203.|
|2016||Bhandary, R., and Narassimhan, E. (2016). Making the Green Climate Fund Transformational. CIERP Policy Brief.|
|2016||Metcalf, G.E. "A Conceptual Framework for Measuring the Effectiveness of Green Fiscal Reforms" International Journal of Green Growth and Development Vol. 2 Iss. 2 (2016) p. 87 - 126|
|2016||Davis, L.W. and Metcalf, G.E. "Does Better Information Lead to Better Choices? Evidence from Energy-Efficiency Labels" Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Vol. 3 Iss. 3 (2016) p. 589 - 625|
|2016||Chakravorty, U., Hubert, M., Marchand, B.U. (2016). The effect of the U.S. Biofuels Mandate on Poverty in India. CIERP Energy, Climate, and Innovation Program, Discussion Paper 13.|
|2016||Hafstead, M., Metcalf, G.E. and Williams, R.C. Adding Quantity Certainty to a Carbon Tax: The Role of a Tax Adjustment Mechanism for Policy Pre-Commitment RFF Discussion Paper 16-43 (2016)|
|2016||Burke, M., & Emerick, K. (2016). Adaptation to Climate Change: Evidence from US Agriculture. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 8(3), 106-140. doi:doi: 10.1257/pol.20130025|
|2016||Moomaw, W.R., Bhandary, R., Kuhl, L. and Verkooijen, P. (2016) Sustainable Development Diplomacy: Diagnostics for the Negotiation and Implementation of Sustainable Development. Global Policy, 8: 73–81. DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12350|
|2016||Bhandary, R. R., Gopalakrishnan, T., Kuhl, L., Tessier, L., Gallagher, K.S., Metcalf, G.E. (2016)
Post Paris Research Needs in Climate Policy CIERP Energy, Climate and Innovation Discussion Paper 12.
|2016||Cohn, A. S., Gil, J., Berger, T., Pellegrina, H., & Toledo, C. (2016). Patterns and processes of pasture to crop conversion in Brazil: Evidence from Mato Grosso State. Land Use Policy, 55, 108-120.|
|2016||Melaas, A., and Zhang, F. (2016). National Innovation Systems in the United States and China A Brief Review of the Literature CIERP Energy, Climate and Innovation Discussion Paper 11.|
|2016||Gallagher, K.S. (2016) The Carbon Consequences of China's Overseas Investments in Coal. CIERP Policy Brief.|
|2016||Hart, M., Ogden, P. and Gallagher, K.S. (2016). Green Finance The Next Frontier for U.S.-China Climate Cooperation Center for American Progress|
|2016||Rezende Ayres, F. (2016) Solar Investment Tax Credit. Winning Entry: Tufts Energy Conference 2016.|
|2016||CIERP Year in Review 2015-2016|
|2016||Cohn, A., VanWey, L., Spera, S., & Mustard, J. (2016). Cropping frequency and area response to climate variability can exceed yield response. Nature Climate Change, advance online publication.|
|2015||Papa, M. Sustainable Global Governance? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Institutions. Global Environmental Politics. 15(4): 1-20, 2015.
|2015||Zhang, F., Deng, H., Margolis, R., Su, J. (2015). Analysis of distributed-generation photovoltaic deployment,installation time and cost, market barriers, and policies in China. Energy Policy 81. 43-55.|
|2015||Tanaka, S. (2015). Environmental regulations on air pollution in China and their impact on infant mortality. Journal of Health Economics 42. 90-103.|
|2015||Ksoll, C., Aker, Jenny. (2015). Call Me Educated: Evidence from a Mobile Monitoring Experiment in Niger. Center for Global Development.|
|2015||Vandeweerdt, C., Kerremans, B., Cohn, A. (2015). Climate voting in the US Congress: the power of public concern. Environmental Politics, 25(1), 1-21.|
|2014||Papa, Mihaela. Environmental Foreign Policy: Crossovers among Multiple Levels of Governance. In: Handbook of Global Environmental Politics, ed. P. Harris, London: Routledge, 2014.
|2014||Papa, Mihaela. BRICS' Pursuit of Multipolarity: Response in the United States. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 7(3): 363-380, 2014|
|2014||Biagini, B., Kuhl, L., Gallgher, K., Ortiz, C. (2015). Technology transfer for adaptation. Nature Climate Change 4, 828-834.|
|2014||Spang, E., Moomaw, W., Gallagher, K., Kirshen, P., Marks, D. (2014). The water consumption of energy production: an international comparison. Environmental Research Letters 9.|
|2014||Spang, E., Moomaw, W., Gallagher, K., Kirshen, P., Marks, D. (2014). Multiple metrics for quantifying the intensity of water consumption of energy production. Environmental Research Letters 9.|
|2014||Gallgher, K., Myslikova, Z. (2014). Collective Action. IEEE Power & Energy Magazine, 28-33.|
|2014||Besten, J., Arts, B., Verkooijen, P. (2014). The evolution of REDD+: An analysis of discursive-institutional dynamics. Environmental Science & Policy 35, 40-48.|
|2014||Gallagher, K. (2014). The Global Diffusion of Clean Energy Technologies. CIERP.|
|2014||Moomaw, W., et al. (2014). New unabated coal is not compatible with keeping global warming below 2°C. CIERP.|
|2014||Yoshida, S. (2014). Climate Change, Trade, and Emissions Leakage: Trade Measures and Climate Agreements. CIERP.|
|2014||Cohn, A., et al. (2014). Cattle ranching intensification in Brazil can reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by sparing land from deforestation. PNAS 111:20, 7236-7241.|
|2014||Singh, K., et. al. (2014). Our high-energy planet - a climate pragmatism project. Breakthrough Institute, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes.|
|2014||Moomaw, W., Blankenship, S. (2014). Charting a New Course for the Oceans. CIERP 11.|
|2014||Petrova, M. (2014). Sustainable Communities and Wind Energy Project Acceptance in Massachusetts. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology 15:1, 529-553.|
|2014||Gallagher, Kelly S. (2014). The Globalization of Clean Energy Technology: Lessons from China. MIT Press.|
|2014||Kayser, G., Moomaw, W., Orellana Portillo, J., Griffiths, J. (2014). Circuit Rider post-construction support: improvements in domestic water quality and system sustainability in El Salvador. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 4:3, 460-470.|
|2014||Spera, S., Cohn, A., VanWey, L., Mustard, J., Rudorff, B., Risso, J., Adami, M. (2014). Recent cropping frequency, expansion, and abandonment in Mato Grosso, Brazil had selective land characteristics. Environmental Research Letters, 9(6), 064010.|
|2013||Bhandary, R.R. (2013). What was New at Rio+20? An Analysis of The Future We Want. CIERP Policy Brief.
|2013||Jefferson, G., Tanaka, S., Yin, W. (2013). Environmental Regulation and Industrial Performance: Evidence from Unexpected Externalities in China. Social Science Research Network.|
|2013||Gallagher, K., Zhang, F. (2013). Climate Technology & Development Case study: Innovation and Technology Transfer Across Global Value Chains: Evidence from China's PV Industry. Climate Technology and Development.|
|2013||Qiu, J. (2013). China gets tough on carbon. Nature News 498.|
|2013||Sall, C. (2013). Climate Trends and Impacts in China. The World Bank.|
|2013||Shinosuke, T. (2013). Does Abolishing User Fees Lead to Improved Health Status? Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa. American Economic Journal 6:3.|
|2013||Bhandary, R. (2013). Following the LDCs: How Leadership in the Climate Regime Could Look. CIERP Policy Brief.|
|2013||Tanaka, S. (2013). Uncovering the Market Price of Bribes: Information, Competition, and Corruption in India. (Working Paper).|
|2013||Gallagher, K. (2013). Why & How Governments Support Renewable Energy. Daedalus, Volume 142, Issue 1, 59-77.|
|2013||Moomaw, W., et al. (2013). A post-Kyoto partner: Considering the stratospheric ozone regime as a tool to manage nitrous oxide. PNAS.|
|2013||Moomaw, W. (2013). Can the International Treaty System Address Climate Change? The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs (37:1), 105-118.|
|2012||Papa, Mihaela., Moomaw, William. A Mutual Gains Approach to a Successful Climate Treaty: The Role of Universal Access to Clean Energy Services. Climate Policy 12(4): 505- 520, 2012.|
|2012||Papa, Mihaela., Gleason, Nancy. Major Emerging Powers in Sustainable Development Diplomacy: Assessing Their Leadership Potential. Global Environmental Change 22(4): 915-924, 2012|
|2012||The critical role of global food consumption patterns in achieving sustainable food systems and food for all. United Nations Environment Programme|
|2012||Moomaw, W. (2012). New Diplomacy. CIERP|
|2012||Cozzi, P. (2012). Assessing Reverse Auctions as a Policy Tool for Renewable Energy Deployment. CIERP 7.|
|2012||Moomaw, W., Papa, M. (2012). Creating a mutual gains climate regime through universal clean energy Services. CIERP 6.|
|2012||Snow, C., Welch, W. (2012). The Wealth of Arctic Nations. Institute of the North; The Fletcher School; Rasmuson Foundation.|
|2012||Wilson, C., Grubler, A., Gallagher, K., G. Nemet. (2012). Marginalization of end-use technologies in energy innovation for climate protection. Nature climate change, Vol. 2, November, 780-788.|
|2012||Gallagher, K., Grubler, A., Kuhl, L., Nemet, G., Wilson, C. (2012). The Energy Technology Innovation System. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 37:6.1, 6.26.|
|2012||Moomaw, W., Gallagher, K. (2012). Climate Change: The Clock Keeps Ticking. Caijing Magazine.|
|2012||Moomaw, W., et al. (2012). Renewable Energy and Climate Change (Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation). Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press.
|2011||Smithwood, R. (2011). Competition and Collaboration in Renewable Portfolio Standard Adoption and Policy Design Lessons from New England. CIERP|
|2011||Siegel, J., Rahman, A. (2011). The Diffusion of Off-Grid Solar Photovoltaic Technology in Rural Bangladesh. CIERP|
|2011||Birch, M., Gramig, G., Moomaw, W., Doering, O., Reeling, C. (2011). Why metrics matter: Evaluating policy choices for reactive nitrogen in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Environmental Science & Technology 45:1, 168-174.|
|2011||Moomaw, W. (2011). A practical framework for planning pro-development climate policies. United Nations Environmental Programme.|
|2011||Edenhofer, O., Pichs-Madruga, R., Sokona, Y., Seyboth, K. (2011). Summary for Policy Makers. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.|
|2011||Doering, O., et al. (2011). Reactive Nitrogen in the United States: An Analysis of Inputs, Flows, Consequences, and Management Options. United States Environmental Protection Agency.|
|2011||Durham, G. (2011). New Energy: The Effects of Regulatory Reforms on the U.S. Department of Energy Loan Guarantee Program. CIERP.|
|2011||Gallagher, K., Muehlegger, E. (2010). Giving green to get green? Incentives and consumer adoption of hybrid vehicle technology. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.|
|2011||Araujo, K. (2011). Achieving Decarbonization. CIERP Policy Brief.|
|2011||Carver, L. (2011). Black Carbon and Climate Change: Exploring the Policy Options for Reducing Emissions from Diesel Fuel Consumption in the United States. CIERP|
|2011||Cashore, B., Gohler, D., Hoogeveen, H., Rayner, J., Verkooijen, P. (2011). Learning about policy learning: designing a global forest governance learning architecture. European Consortium for Political Research.|
|2011||Gallagher, K., Anadon, L., Kempener, R., Wilson, C. (2011) Trends in Investments in Global Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, Volume 2, Issue 3, 373–396.|
|2011||Liu, H. and Gallagher, K. (2011). Preparing to Ramp Up Large-Scale CCS Demonstrations: An Engineering-Economic Assessment of CO2 Pipeline Transportation in China. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control Volume 5, Issue 4, July 2011, 798–804.|
|2011||Gallagher, K., Muehlegger, E. (2011). Giving Green to Get Green? Incentives and Consumer Adoption of Hybrid Vehicle Technology. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Vol. 61, No. 1, 1-15.|
|2011||Gallagher, K., Siegel, J, Strong, A. (2011). Harnessing Energy: Technology Innovation in Developing Countries to Achieve Sustainable Prosperity. Background paper prepared for the 2011 World Economic and Social Survey, Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, New York.|
|2011||Moomaw, W., et al. (2011). 2011 Massachusetts Climate Change Adaptation Report. Massachusetts State Government.|
|2010||Mathys, T., Strong, A., Gallagher, K., Davidson, N., Manghani, R., Van der Wansem, M., Moomaw, W. (2010). Key Research Needs for Global Climate Change Policy. CIERP.|
|2010||Hart, C., Liu, H. (2010). Advancing Carbon Capture and Sequestration in China: A Global Learning Laboratory. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 99-130.|
|2010||Morrow, R., Gallagher, K., Collantes, G., Lee, H. (2010). Analysis of Policies to Reduce Oil Consumption and Greenhouse-Gas Emissions from the U.S. Transportation Sector. Energy Policy, Vol. 38, No. 3, 1305-1320.|
|2010||Liu, H., Gallagher, K. (2010). Catalyzing Strategic Transformation to a Low-Carbon Economy: A CCS Roadmap for China. Energy Policy, Vol. 38, No. 1, 59-74.|
|2010||President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (2010). Report to the President on Accelerating the Pace of Change in Energy Technologies Through an Integrated Federal Energy Policy. Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House, November 29. (Kelly Sims Gallagher was a member of the PCAST Energy Technology Innovation System Working Group co-chaired by Ernie Moniz and Maxine Savitz).|
|2010||Gallagher, K. (2010). DOE FY 2011 Budget Request for Energy Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment: Analysis and Recommendations. Cambridge, Mass.: Report for Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.|
|2010||Moomaw, W., et al. (2010). Renewable energy costs, potentials, barriers: Conceptual issues. Energy Policy (38:2), 850-861.|
|2009||Papa, Mihaela. Environmental Foreign Policy: Towards a Conceptual Framework. In Environmental Change and Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice, ed. P. Harris. London: Routledge, 2009.
|2009||Mahadi, A., Gallagher, K. (2009). Fuel Prices and Consumer Preferences for Vehicles. Journal of the Transportation Research Board. No. 2139, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 31–37.|
|2009||Oliver, H., Gallagher, K., Tian, D., Zhang, J. (2009). China's Fuel Economy Standards for Passenger Vehicles: Rationale, Policy Process, and Impacts. Energy Policy, Vol. 37, No.11: 4720-4729.|
|2009||Gallagher, K. (2009). Breaking the Climate Impasse with China: A Global Solution. Discussion Paper 09-32, Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.|
|2009||Gallagher, K. (2009). Key Opportunities for U.S.-China Cooperation on Coal and CCS. John L. Thornton China Center at The Brookings Institution.|
|2009||Oliver, H., Gallagher, K., Tian, D., Zhang, J. (2009). China's Fuel Economy Standards for Passenger Vehicles: Rationale, Policy Process, and Impacts. Discussion Paper, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.China's Fuel Economy Standards for Passenger Vehicles: Rationale, Policy Process, and Impacts.|
|2009||Anadon, L., Gallagher, K., Bunn, M., Jones, C. (2009). Tackling U.S. Energy Challenges and Opportunities: Preliminary Policy Recommendations for Enhancing Energy Innovation in The United States. Cambridge, Mass.: Report for Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.|
|2009||Mahadi, A., Gallagher, K. (2009). Fuel Prices and Consumer Preferences for Vehicles. in U.S. Transportation Research Board, 88th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers, Paper #09-0177, Washington, DC.|
|2009||Gallagher, K., et al. (2009). In-use Vehicle Emissions in China: Beijing Study. Discussion Paper 2009-05, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.|
|2009||Sawin, J., Moomaw, W. (2009). Building An Enduring Energy Future. Worldwatch Institute.|
|2008||Moomaw, W., Van der Wansem, M., Chateauneuf, K. (2008). Distributed Energy: The Way Forward. CIERP.|
|2008||Morrow, R., Gallagher, K., Collantes, G., Lee, H. (2008). Analysis of Policies to Reduce Oil Consumption and Greenhouse-Gas Emissions from the U.S. Transportation Sector. Paper, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.|
|2008||Moomaw, W., Johnston, L. (2008). Emissions mitigation opportunities and practice in Northeastern United States. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change (13:5-6), 615-642.|
|2008||Moomaw, W. (2008). Renewable Energy and Climate Change. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change|
|2008||Chester, C., Moomaw, W. (2008). A taxonomy of collaborative governance: A guide to understanding the diversity of international and domestic conservation accords. International Environmental Agreements (8). 187-206.|
|2008||Moomaw, W., et al. (2008). Scaling Alternative Energy: The Role of Emerging Markets. Dialogue Synthesis Report. CIERP.|
|2007||Bacow, L., Moomaw, W. (2007). The university case for sustainability. New Directions for Institutional Research (134), 37-40.|
|2007||Sims. R., Moomaw, W., et al. (2007). Energy Supply Mitigation Fourth Assessment Report. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press.|
|2006||Najam, Adil., Papa, Mihaela., Taiyab, Nadaa.Global Environmental Governance: A Reform Agenda. Winnipeg, Canada: International Institute for Sustainable Development, 2006.
|2006||Moomaw, W. (2006). Environmental Sustainability and Collaboration in South Eastern Europe. South Eastern Europe and Black Sea Studies. 307-314.|
|2005||Najam, A. (2005). Developing Countries and Global Environmental Governance: From Contestation to Participation to Engagement. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 5(3): 303-321.|
|2005||Najam, A., et al. (2005). Negotiation Simulation on ‘Global Forest Management and Conservation.' Medford: Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; and Geneva: UNITAR.|
|2005||Moomaw, W., Birch, M. (2005). Cascading costs: An economic nitrogen cycle. Life Sciences (48:2), 678-696.|
|2005||Moomaw, W., et al. (2005). Introduction, Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage. Intergovernmental Panel on
Climate Change. Cambridge University Press.
|2004||Najam, A., Christopoulou, I., Moomaw, W. (2004). The Emergent ‘System' of Global Environmental Governance. Global Environmental Politics, 4(4): 23-35.|
|2004||Najam, A. (2004). Dynamics of the Southern Collective: Developing Countries in Desertification Negotiations. Global Environmental Politics. 4(3): 128-154.|
|2004||Consensus Building Institute (Najam, A., co-author). (2004). Report of the IFC's Safeguards Policy Update and Disclosure Policy Review—Central and Eastern Europe, West Asia and Middle East Consultation. Cambridge: CBI for the International Finance Corporation.|
|2004||Najam, A., et al. (2004). Ambiguity and Change: Humanitarian NGOs Prepare for the Future. Medford: The Alan Shawn Feinstein International Famine Center, Tufts University.|
|2003||Glaeser, E., Kahn, M. (2003). Sprawl and Urban Growth. Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics (4), 2482-2527|
|2003||Moomaw, W. (2003). Aligning Values for Effective Sustainability Planning. Planning for
Higher Education. 159-164.
|2003||Moomaw, W. (2003). Transferring Knowledge of Sustainability. Encyclopedia of Life Support
Systems (EOLSS) UNESCO, 2003.
|2003||Moomaw, W. (2003). Global Warming, Climate Change and Sustainability. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) UNESCO.|
|2002||Moomaw, W. (2002). Energy, Industry and Nitrogen: Strategies for Decreasing Reactive Nitrogen Emissions. Ambio (31:2), 184-189.|
|2002||Moomaw, W. (2002). Lomborg's The Skeptical Environmentalist: Refuting Scientific ModelsWithout Science. Conservation Biology (3), 1-2, 16.|
|2002||Moomaw, W. (2002). Assessing Barriers and Opportunities for Renewable Energy in North America. Commission on Environmental Cooperation, NAFTA.|
|2001||Costa, D., Kahn, M. (2001). Understanding the Decline in Social Capital. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.|
|2001||Glaeser, E., Kahn, M. (2001). Decentralized Employment and the Transformation of the American City. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.|
|2001||Moomaw, W., Moreira, R., et al. (2001). The Technologicaland Economic Potential for Emissions Reduction. Intergovernmental panel for Climate Change, Cambridge University Press.|
|1999||Ackerman, F., Biewald, B., White, D., Woolf, T., Moomaw, W. (1999). Grandfathering and coal plant emissions: the cost of cleaning up the clean Air Act. Energy Policy (27) 929-940.|
|1999||Moomaw, W., Ramakrishna, K., Gallagher, K., Freid, T. (1999). The Kyoto Protocol:A Blueprint for Sustainable Development. The Journal of Environment and Development (8:1), 82-90.|
|1998||Papasavva, S., Moomaw, W. (1998). Life Cycle Global Warming Impact of CFCs and CFC Substitutes for Refrigeration. Journal of Industrial Ecology (1), 71-91.|
|1998||Moomaw, W., Unruh, G. (1998). Are Environmental Kuznets Curves Misleading Us? The Case of CO2 Emissions. Environment and Development Economics (2) 451-463.|
|1998||Unruh, G., Moomaw, W. (1998). An Alternative Analysis of Apparent EKC-TypeTransitions. Ecological Economics.|
|1997||Ackerman, F., Moomaw, W. (1997). SO2 Emissions Trading: Does It Work? Electricity Journal.|
|1997||Moomaw, W. (1997). International Environmental Policy and the Softening of Sovereignty. Fletcher Forum of World Affairs (21:2).|
|1996||Moomaw, W. (1996). A Sustainability Postscript. Environmental Impact Assessment Review (16), 425-427.|