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Students' Papers

Sabah Abdullah, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Italy
Coral reefs and bleaching episodes: economic and ecological perspectives

Hamed Ghoddusi, Vienna Graduate School of Finance - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria
Dynamic Investment in Extraction Capacity of Exhaustible Resources

Niko Samuli Jaakkola, University of Oxford, UK
Decentralised formation of inefficient CO2 pipeline networks

Svenn Jensen, Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research, Norway
Cutting Costs of Catching Carbon - Intertemporal effects under imperfect climate policy

Michel Keoula, HEC Montréal and GERAD, Canada
A Great Fish War model with asymmetric players

Bruno Lanz, Center for Energy Policy and Economics - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), Switzerland
Subglobal Climate Agreements and Trade in Energy Intensive Commodities: The Case of Copper

Benjamin Leard, Cornell University, USA
Designing Efficient Markets for Carbon Offsets with Distributional Constraints

Jörg Leib, Imperial College London - Grantham Institute for Climate Change, UK
The Transition to Clean Technologies in a Stylized Integrated Assessment Model of Climate Change

Lisa Leinert, Center of Economic Research at ETH Zurich, Switzwerland
Optimum Tarifs on Exhaustible Resources: Theory and Evidence for Gasoline

Jussi Lintunen, Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla), Finland
Timber Supply from an Age-Class Structured Forest under Rational Expectations

Vassiliki Manoussi, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Designing Policies for Climate Change: Traditional policies and solar radiation management

Thomas Michielsen, Tilburg University and Tilburg Sustainability Center, Netherlands
Can Brown Backstops Undo the Green Paradox?

Zinnia Mukherjee, Connecticut College, USA
Controlling Stochastic Externalities with Penalty Threats: The Case of Bycatch

Samuel Jovan Okullo, Institute for Environmental Studies, The Netherlands
Peak oil economics

Max Thilo Stoeven, University of Kiel, Germany
A micro-foundation for the response of recreational fishing effort to fish abundance

Galina Larissa Weidert, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Resource Amenities, Altruism and The Commons: A Conservationistís Dear Friends or Friendly Foes?




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