Climate Change Economics

Papers
(The TQCC of Climate Change Economics is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
ENERGY FINANCING, COVID-19 REPERCUSSIONS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPLICATIONS FOR EMERGING ECONOMIES67
MEASURING THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC POLICIES ON CO2 EMISSIONS: WAYS TO ACHIEVE GREEN ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN THE POST-COVID-19 ERA56
PUBLIC SPENDING AS A NEW DETERMINATE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL AND GREEN ECONOMIC RECOVERY: POLICY PERSPECTIVE ANALYSIS IN THE POST-COVID ERA36
CLIMATE FINANCE IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19: CONNECTEDNESS OF CLEAN ENERGY WITH CONVENTIONAL ENERGY AND REGIONAL STOCK MARKETS32
THE IMPACTS OF THE EU ETS ON NORWEGIAN PLANTS’ ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE20
SCENARIOS FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE IN THE POWER SECTOR IN A PORTFOLIO OF MITIGATION OPTIONS15
CAN CARBON TAX COMPLEMENT EMISSION TRADING SCHEME? THE IMPACT OF CARBON TAX ON ECONOMY, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT IN CHINA15
HOW MUCH COULD ARTICLE 6 ENHANCE NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION AMBITION TOWARD PARIS AGREEMENT GOALS THROUGH ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY?15
TACKLING CARBON INTENSITY WITH GREEN FINANCE IN THE COVID-19-ERA: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OECD ECONOMIES13
THE CRITICAL ROLE OF CONVERSION COST AND COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE IN MODELING AGRICULTURAL LAND USE CHANGE13
ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND AIR POLLUTION IN CHINA THROUGH HEALTH AND LABOR SUPPLY PERSPECTIVE: AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT MODEL ANALYSIS12
GLOBAL MARKET AND ECONOMIC WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF CHANGES IN AGRICULTURAL YIELDS DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE10
ESTIMATING THE POTENTIAL CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION IN 97 CONTRACTING COUNTRIES OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT9
CLIMATE CLUBS WITH TAX REVENUE RECYCLING, TARIFFS, AND TRANSFERS9
OPTIMAL CLIMATE POLICY IN 3D: MITIGATION, CARBON REMOVAL, AND SOLAR GEOENGINEERING8
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE NET REVENUE OF MAJOR CROP GROWING FARMERS IN PAKISTAN: A RICARDIAN APPROACH8
DIKES VERSUS WINDMILLS: CLIMATE TREATIES AND ADAPTATION7
THE RESPONSE OF WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY TO CLIMATE PATTERNS: EVIDENCE FROM PAKISTANI DISTRICTS7
PLANT-LEVEL EVALUATION OF CHINA’S NATIONAL EMISSIONS TRADING SCHEME: BENCHMARK MATTERS7
IMPACTS OF MECHANISMS TO PROMOTE PARTICIPATION IN CLIMATE MITIGATION: BORDER CARBON ADJUSTMENTS VERSUS UNIFORM TARIFF MEASURES7
ESTIMATING HEALTH CO-BENEFITS OF CLIMATE POLICIES IN CHINA: AN APPLICATION OF THE REGIONAL EMISSIONS-AIR QUALITY-CLIMATE-HEALTH (REACH) FRAMEWORK6
ESTIMATING THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON 16 MAJOR US FISHERIES6
FARMERS’ PERCEPTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE COMPARED WITH OBJECTIVE DATA: EVIDENCE FROM THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA5
ANALYSIS OF THE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF CARBON TAXES AND CLEAN ENERGY SUBSIDIES: AN ENTERPRISE-HETEROGENEITY E-DSGE MODEL APPROACH5
ASSESSING GLOBAL AND NATIONAL ECONOMIC LOSSES FROM CLIMATE CHANGE: A STUDY BASED ON CGEM-IAM IN CHINA5
EXPLORING FAIR AND AMBITIOUS MITIGATION CONTRIBUTIONS OF ASIAN ECONOMIES FOR THE GLOBAL WARMING LIMIT UNDER THE PARIS AGREEMENT5
WEATHER VARIABILITY, AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY, AND FARMER SUICIDES IN INDIA5
CLIMATE AND HEALTH BENEFITS OF PHASING OUT IRON & STEEL PRODUCTION CAPACITY IN CHINA: FINDINGS FROM THE IMED MODEL5
ASSESSING STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF TEXTILE PRODUCTS IN CHINA UNDER THE SHARED SOCIOECONOMIC PATHWAYS FRAMEWORK4
WHAT THE FUTURE MIGHT HOLD: DISTRIBUTIONS OF REGIONAL SECTORAL DAMAGES FOR THE UNITED STATES — ESTIMATES AND MAPS IN AN EXHIBITION4
THE EFFECTIVE BENCHMARK SELECTION MODEL AND SIMULATION IN THE POWER SECTOR OF CHINA’S ETS4
HURRY UP OR WAIT: ARE PRIVATE INVESTMENTS IN CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION DELAYED?4
DESIGNING A GLOBALLY ACCEPTABLE CARBON TAX SCHEME TO ADDRESS COMPETITIVENESS AND LEAKAGE CONCERNS4
CLIMATE CHANGE AND EXTERNALITY4
THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF GLOBAL WARMING ON CHINESE CITIES4
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