- Options for designing a policy architecture for global climate change;
- Incentives for compliance and participation in an international agreement;
- Equity and justice in international climate agreements;
- Options for institutional venues for negotiating and implementing international climate change policy;
- Interaction between international, national, and sub-national climate policy; Linkage among emissions trading systems;
- Making global climate policy compatible with international trade policy.
- Managing the Atom
- Energy Technology Innovation Policy
- Science, Technology, and Globalization
- Broadmoor Project: New Orleans
- Harvard Project on Climate Agreements
- Agricultural Innovation in Africa
- The US-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism
- Middle East Initiative
- The Future of Diplomacy Project
- India and South Asia Program
- Information and Communications Technology and Public Policy
- The Geopolitics of Energy Project
- Defense and Intelligence
Economics of Climate Change and Environmental Policy: Selected Papers of Robert N. Stavins, 2000-2011
The 26 essays in this volume cover a wide range of topics, including: environmental policy analysis; economic analysis of environmental policy instruments; economics and technical change; natural resource economics — land and water; and domestic and international climate change policy. The first volume of Professor Stavins' papers was published in 2000 — also by Edward Elgar — covering the period 1988–1999.
View of the Environment
Harvard Project Director Robert N. Stavins posts commentary on his Belfer Center blog — An Economic View of the Environment. His latest posting is "On the Origins of Research."
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Robert N. Stavins is the Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program, and Chairman of the Environment and Natural Resources Faculty Group.
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