GDAE’s program in Green Economics, under the direction of Senior Research Associate Jonathan Harris, seeks to develop economic and social analyses of the issues involved in a transition to a fully sustainable economy with renewable energy, regenerative agriculture, clean and efficient industry, and stable population.
Articles and Policy Briefs
Progress on the Green New Deal, January 2022. Jonathan Harris
PowerPoint presentation at URPE/ASSA conference including explanatory notes
Getting to Net Zero Carbon Emissions: Can We Do It? April 2021. Jonathan Harris PowerPoint Presentation
Climate Change, Social Equity, and the Green New Deal, August 2020: Jonathan Harris discusses the social and economic impacts of a Green New Deal.
Transitioning to a Low-Carbon Economy, May 2020: GDAE research is extensively quoted.
Ecological Economics of the Green New Deal, August 2019
New Macroeconomics Teaching for a New Era: Instability, Inequality and Environment, September 2015. Jonathan M. Harris.
19-01 “Responding to Economic and Ecological Deficits“ April 2019. Jonathan M. Harris
18-01 “China’s Carbon Market: Accelerating a Green Economy in China and Reducing Global Emissions“ April 2018. Yifei Zhang, Jonathan M. Harris, and Jin Li
13-03 “Population, Resources, and Energy in the Global Economy: A Vindication of Herman Daly’s Vision“ February 2013. Jonathan M. Harris (Also available in French)
13-02 “Green Keynesianism: Beyond Standard Growth Paradigms“ February 2013. Jonathan M. Harris (Also available in Spanish, French and Chinese)