Peer-Reviewed Research

This includes peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and the Joint Program Reprint Series.

The Reprint Series helps provide wider access to published program results that have appeared in professional journals and peer-reviewed books. All Reprint issues can be accessed through Advanced Search. Paper copies of some titles can be mailed upon request.

The ten most current peer-reviewed publications are listed below. View All Peer-Reviewed Research >>

Firm-level determinants of energy and carbon intensity in China

Karplus, V.J. and C. Jing
Energy Policy 75(December): 167–178 (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]

Emissions trading in China: Progress and prospects

Zhang, D., V.J. Karplus, C. Cassisa and X. Zhang
Energy Policy 75(December): 9–16 (2014).
Reprint 2014-22 [abstract] [PDF: 903 kB (posted with permission)]

The ocean’s role in polar climate change: asymmetric Arctic and Antarctic responses to greenhouse gas and ozone forcing

Marshall, J., K.C. Armour, J.R. Scott, Y. Kostov, U. Hausmann, D. Ferreira, T.G. Shepherd and C.M. Bitz
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 372: 20130040 (2014).
Reprint 2014-21 [abstract] [PDF: 1142 kB (posted with permission)]

The ocean’s role in the transient response of climate to abrupt greenhouse gas forcing

Marshall, J., J.R. Scott, K.C. Armour, J.-M. Campin, M. Kelley and A. Romanou
Climate Dynamics online first (doi: 10.1007/s00382-014-2308-0) (2014).
Reprint 2014-20 [abstract] [PDF: 3767 kB (posted with permission)]

Leakage from sub-national climate policy: The case of California’s cap–and–trade program

Caron, J., S. Rausch and N. Winchester
Energy Journal online first (doi:10.5547/01956574.36.2.8) (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]

Synergy between Pollution and Carbon Emissions Control: Comparing China and the U.S.

Nam, K.-M., C.J. Waugh, S. Paltsev, J.M. Reilly and V.J. Karplus
Energy Economics DOI: 10.1016/j.eneco.2014.08.013 (2014).
Reprint 2014-19 [abstract] [PDF: 6449 kB (posted with permission)]
Three questions with Kyung-Min Nam
(Supersedes Report 252)

Compact organizational space and technological catch-up: Comparison of China's three leading automotive groups

Nam, K.-M.
Research Policy online first, doi: 10.1016/j.respol.2014.08.002 (2014).
Reprint 2014-18 [abstract] [PDF: 949 kB (posted with permission)]

Modeling U.S. water resources under climate change

Blanc, É., K. Strzepek, A. Schlosser, H. Jacoby, A. Gueneau, C. Fant, S. Rausch and J. Reilly
Earth's Future 2(4): 197–224 (doi:10.1002/2013EF000214) (2014).
Reprint 2014-17 [abstract] [PDF: 1808 kB (posted with permission)]

Influences of the Antarctic Ozone Hole on Southern Hemispheric Summer Climate Change

Bandoro, J., S. Solomon, A. Donohoe, D.W.J. Thompson, B.D. Santer
American Meteorological Society 27, 6245–6264 (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]

Consumption-Based Adjustment of Emissions-Intensity Targets: An Economic Analysis for China’s Provinces

Springmann, M., D. Zhang, V. J. Karplus
Environmental and Resource Economics July 2014 (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]
(Supersedes Report 241)