Ekonomiska perspektiv på klimatfrågan Presentation and panel discussion at the Swedish National Conference in Economics, University of Gothenburg (2016-09-30)
Tax reform in Sweden viewed from the outside Presentation at conference organized by Fores and LO at the Swedish Parliament (2016-05-19)
Equity Impacts of Carbon Pricing and Subsidy Removal Panel discussant at OECD side-event at the the COP 21 (2015-12-08)
Paris 2015 and Beyond, Cooling the Climate Debate Symposium at Collége de France (2015-10-28)
The Menu of Environmental Policy Instruments Inaugural lecture at Collège de France (2015-10-22)
Sterner, T. 2015. Beyond IPCC, Research for Paris 2015 and Beyond. Environmental and Resource Economics, 62(2): 207-215.
Wagner, G., Kåberger, T., Olai, S., Oppenheimer, M., Rittenhouse., and Sterner, T. Energy Policy: Push renewables to spur carbon pricing. Nature 525: 27-29.
Johansson-Stenman, O., and Sterner, T. 2015. Discounting and Relative Consumption. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 71: 19-33.
Green, J., T Sterner and G Wagner, (2014) "A balance of 'bottom-up' and 'top-down' in linking climate policies", Nature Climate Change Vol 4, pp 1064-1067.
R L Revesz, P H Howard, K Arrow, L H Goulder, R E Kopp, M A Livermore, M Oppenheimer & T Sterner “Global warming: Improve economic models of climate change”, Nature 508, 173–175 (10 April 2014).
Arrow,K., M L. Cropper, C Gollier, B Groom, G M. Heal, R G. Newell, W D. Nordhaus, R S. Pindyck, W A. Pizer, P Portney, T Sterner, R Tol and M,L. Weitzman “Determining Benefits and Costs for Future Generations“, Science July 26 2013.
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