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2022 / Lewis C. King, Jeroen van den Bergh

Sugar taxation for climate and sustainability goals

Nature Sustainability, Vol. 5, 899–905
2022 / Karolina Safarzyńska, Jeroen C J M van den Bergh

ABM-IAM: optimal climate policy under bounded rationality and multiple inequalities

Environmental Research, Vol. 17, Number 9
2022 / Ivan Savin, Jeroen van den Bergh

Tired of climate targets? Shift focus of IPCC scenarios from emission and growth targets to policies

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 1517, Issue 1, 5-10
2023 / Jeroen C. J. M. van den Bergh , Ivan Savin 

Political leadership, climate policy, and renewable energy

PNAS, Vol. 120, No. 14
2022 / Dawid H, Keoula MY, Kopel M, Kort PM

Dynamic Investment Strategies and Leadership in Product Innovation

European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 306, Issue 1, 431-447
2022 / Dawid H, Neugart M

Effects of Technological Change and Automation on Industry Structure and (Wage-)Inequality: Insights from a Dynamic Task-Based Model

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 33, 35–63
2022 / Dawid H, Muehlheusser G

Smart Products: Liability, Investments in Product Safety, and the Timing of Market Introduction

Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 134, Art.-Nr. 104288
2022 / Dawid H, Hepp J

Distributional Effects of Technological Regime Changes: Hysteresis, Concentration and Inequality Dynamics

Review of Evolutionary Political Economy, Vol. 3, 137–167
2022 / Ivan Savin, Felix Creutzig, Tatiana Filatova, Joël Foramitti, Théo Konc, Leila Niamir, Karolina Safarzynska, Jeroen van den Bergh

Agent-based modeling to integrate elements from different disciplines for ambitious climate policy

WIRE's Climate Change, Vol. 14, Issue 2

Ambitious climate mitigation policies face social and political resistance. One reason is that existing policies insufficiently capture the diversity of relevant insights from the social sciences about potential policy outcomes. We argue that agent-based models can serve as a powerful tool for integration of elements from different disciplines. Having such a common platform will enable a more complete assessment of climate policies, in terms of criteria like effectiveness, equity and public support.

2021 / Pavanello, F., E. De Cian, M. Davide, M. Mistry, T. Cruz, P. Bezerra, D. Jagu, S. Renner, R. Schaeffer, A.F.P. Lucena

Air-conditioning and the adaptation cooling deficit in emerging economies

Nature Communications, Vol. 12, Art.-Nr. 6460
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