peer-reviewed journal articles
- “Comment: The Logic of Fossil Fuel Bans” (2018) Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/s41558-018-0172-3
- “China’s ‘exported carbon’ peak: patterns, drivers and implications” (2018) 45(9) Geophysical Research Letters 4309–4318 (with Z. Mi et al.).
- “Cutting with Both Arms of the Scissors: the economic and political case for restrictive supply-side climate policies” (2018) Climatic Change doi:10.1007/s10584-018-2162-x (with R. Denniss).
- “Anti-Fossil Fuel Norms” (2018) Climatic Change doi:10.1007/s10584-017-2134-6
- “The 1.5⁰C Target and Coal Sector Transition: At the Limits of Societal Feasibility” (2018) 18(3) Climate Policy 335–351 (with
T. Spencer et al.).
- “Legitimate Expectations, Legal Transitions, and Wide Reflective Equilibrium” (2017) 4(2) Moral Philosophy and Politics 177–205.
- “China’s changing economy: implications for its carbon dioxide emissions” (2017) 17 Climate Policy 423–442 (with N. Stern).
- “China’s Post-Coal Growth” (2016) 9 Nature Geoscience 564–566 (with Y. Qi, N. Stern, T. Wu and J. Lu).
- “Fragmentation in Two Dimensions: The ICJ’s Flawed Approach to Non-State Actors and International Legal Personality” (2008) 9 Melbourne Journal of International Law 47–77.
- “The normative foundations of climate legislation” (2017). In A. Averchenkova, S. Fankhauser & M. Nachmany (Eds.), Trends in Climate Change Legislation. London: Edward Elgar, 85–107 (ch 5). (Pre-publication version)
- “Managing economic change and mitigating climate change: China’s strategies, policies and trends” (2016). In L. Song, R. Garnaut, C. Fang and L. Johnston (Eds). China's new sources of economic growth: reform, resources and climate change. Canberra: ANU Press, 419–448 (ch 18) (with N. Stern). (Chapter PDF)
- “Innovation, risk and government: perspectives and principles from the social sciences” (2014). In: Innovation: Managing risk, not avoiding it – Evidence and Case Studies. The Government Chief Scientific Adviser’s Annual Report for 2014. Government Office for Science, 13–24 (ch 1) (with R. Boyd, R. Finighan and N. Stern).
- “Carbon Compensation in the Resources and Energy Sectors” (2011) AMPLA Yearbook, 468–489 (Yearbook of the Resources and Energy Law Association of Australia).
- “Transition Policy for Climate Change Mitigation: Who, What, Why and How” (2018) CCEP Working Paper 1807, Centre for Climate Economics & Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
- “Prospects for a “just transition” away from coal-fired power generation in Australia: Learning from the closure of the Hazelwood Power Station” (2017) CCEP Working Paper 1708, Centre for Climate Economics & Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University (with J. Wiseman and S. Campbell).
- “Nationally Self-Interested Climate Change Mitigation: A Unified Conceptual Framework” (2015) Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper No. 224; Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Working Paper No. 199.
policy papers (selection)
- “Climate policy in China, the European Union and the United States: main drivers and prospects for the future”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Paper. November 2016 (with A. Averchenkova et al.).
- “The road to Paris and beyond”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Paper. August 2015 (with R. Boyd and N. Stern).
- “China’s ‘new normal’: structural change, better growth, and peak emissions”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Brief. June 2015 (with N. Stern).
- “‘This time is different’: The prospects for an effective climate agreement in Paris 2015”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Paper. November 2014.
- “An Innovative and Sustainable Growth Path for China: A Critical Decade”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Paper. May 2014 (with N. Stern).
- “Walking alone? How the UK’s carbon targets compare with its competitors’”. CCCEP/GRI Policy Paper. March 2014 (with S. Bassi, S. Fankhauser and M. Nachmany).
* CCCEP = Centre for Climate Change Economics & Policy; GRI = Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & the Environment