A New Perspective on Climate Policy
- The Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei series on Economics, the Environment and Sustainable Development
Edited by Valentina Bosetti, Carlo Carraro, Emanuele Massetti and Massimo Tavoni
Chapter 9: Complete List of Publications that Use WITCH
This section provide references to all publications in peer-reviewed journals that use the WITCH model. The list was updated in November 2013. The interested reader will find more recent publications listed at the website www.witchmodel.org 2014 (Forthcoming) Bowen, A., E. Campiglio and M. Tavoni (2014), ‘A macroeconomic perspective on climate change mitigation: Meeting the financing challenge’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. Calvin, K., M. Wise, D. Klein, D. McCollum, M. Tavoni, B. Van Der Zwaan and D. Van Vuuren (2014), ‘A multi-model analysis of the regional and sectoral roles of bioenergy in near- and long-term CO2 emissions reduction’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. Eom, J., J. Edmonds, V. Krey, N. Johnson, T. Longden, G. Luderer, K. Riahi and D.P. Van Vuuren (2014), ‘The impact of near-term climate policy choices on technology and emission transition pathways’, forthcoming Special Issue Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Favero, A. and E. Massetti (2014), ‘Trade of woody biomass for electricity generation under climate mitigation policy’, forthcoming Resource and Energy Economics, Supersedes Nota di Lavoro 13.2013, Milan: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei. Kriegler, E., K. Riahi, N. Bauer, V.J. Schwanitz, N. Petermann, V. Bosetti, A. Marcucci, S. Otto, L. Paroussos, S. Rao, T. Arroyo Curras, S. Ashina, J. Bollen, J. Eom, M. Hamdi-Cherif, T. Longden, A. Kitous, A. Méjean, F. Sano, M. Schaeffer, K. Wada, P. Capros, D.P. Van Vuuren and O. Edenhofer (2014), ‘Making or breaking climate targets: The AMPERE study on staged accession scenarios for climate policy’, forthcoming Special Issue Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Kriegler, E., M. Tavoni, T. Aboumahboub, G. Luderer, K. Calvin, G. De Maere, V. Krey, K. Riahi, H. Rosler, M. Schaeffer and D. Van Vuuren (2014), ‘What does the 2°C target imply for a global climate agreement in 2020? The LIMITS study on Durban Platform scenarios’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. McCollum, D., Y. Nagai, K. Riahi, G. Marangoni, K. Calvin, R. Pietzcker, J. Van Vliet and B. Van Der Zwaan (2014), ‘Energy investments under climate policy: a comparison of global models’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. Marangoni, G. and M. Tavoni (2014), ‘The clean energy R & D strategy for 2°C’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. Pietzcker, R., T. Longden, W. Chen, S. Fu, E. Kriegler, P. Kyle and G. Luderer (2014), ‘Long-term transport energy demand and climate policy: Alternative visions on transport decarbonization in energy-economy models’, forthcoming Energy. Supersedes Nota di Lavoro 8.2013, Milan: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei. Riahi, K., E. Kriegler, N. Johnson, C. Bertram, M. Den Elzen, J. Eom, M. Schaeffer, J. Edmonds, M. Isaac, V. Krey, T. Longden, G. Luderer, A. Méjean, D.L. McCollum, S. Mima, H. Turton, D.P. Van Vuuren, K. Wada, V. Bosetti, P. Capros, P. Criqui and M. Kainuma (2014), ‘Locked into Copenhagen pledges: Implications of short-term emission targets for the cost and feasibility of long-term climate goals’, forthcoming Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Tavoni, M, E. Kriegler, T. Aboumahboub, K. Calvin, G. De Maere, J. Jewell, T. Kober, P. Lucas, G. Luderer, D. McCollum, G. Marangoni, K. Riahi and D. Van Vuuren (2014), ‘The distribution of the major economies effort in the Durban platform scenarios’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics. Van Der Zwaan, B., H. Rösler, T. Kober, T. Aboumahboub, K. Calvin, D. Gernaat, G. Marangoni and D. McCollum (2014), ‘A cross-model comparison of global longterm technology diffusion under a 2°C climate change control target’, forthcoming Special Issue Climate Change Economics.
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