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Climate Change and Intergenerational Well-Being  

Jeffrey D. Sachs

Print publication date:
Jan 2015
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May 2015
The problem of climate change is typically discussed as a problem of intergenerational tradeoffs. Typically, it is supposed that the current generations must make sacrifices today for the ... More

Demographics and Food Consumption: Empirical Evidence  

Luis Miguel Albisu, Azucena Gracia, and Ana Isabel Sanjuán

Print publication date:
Sep 2011
Online publication date:
Nov 2012
This article reviews only those empirical works that report results on the influence of sociodemographic factors on food consumption. It highlights those recent papers that can be helpful ... More

Employment and Output Effects of Climate Policies  

Mika Kato, Stefan Mittnik, Daniel Samaan, and Willi Semmler

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Jan 2015
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May 2015
One of the major instruments that has been proposed to stop global warming is a carbon tax.. A main obstacle for its implementation, however, are concerns about the short-term effects on ... More

Productivity Measurement and the Environment  

Finn R. Førsund

The materials balance tells us that matter cannot be created or destroyed. The mass contained in inputs must either be contained in the outputs or contained in residuals. Residuals are ... More

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