Weitzman ML. “Internalizing the Climate Externality: Can a Uniform Price Commitment Help?”. Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy [Internet]. 2015;4 (2) :37-50. Publisher's Version eeep4-2-weitzman.pdf
Weitzman ML. "A Voting Architecture for the Governance of Free-Driver Externalities, with Application to Geoengineering". Scandinavian Journal of Economics [Internet]. 2015;117 (4) :1049-1068. Publisher's Version geoengineering.sje_.10.1111-sjoe.12120.pdf
Climate Shock
Wagner G, Weitzman M. Climate Shock. Princeton University Press; 2015. Publisher's Version
Weitzman ML. Fat Tails and the Social Cost of Carbon. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings [Internet]. 2014;104 (5) :544-546. Publisher's Version aer.104.5.544fattailsandthesocialcostofcarbon.pdf
Weitzman ML. Can Negotiating a Uniform Carbon Price Help to Internalize the Global Warming Externality?. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists [Internet]. 2014;1 (1/2) :29-49. Publisher's Version 676039cannegotiatingauniform.pdf
Weitzman ML. Should Governments Use a Declining Discount Rate in Project Analysis?. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy [Internet]. 2014;8 (2) :145-163. Publisher's Version rev_environ_econ_policy-2014-arrow-145-63.pdf
Weitzman M. Fat-Tailed Uncertainty in the Economics of Catastrophic Climate Change. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 2011;5 (2) :275-292. fattaileduncertaintyeconomics.pdf
Weitzman M, Gollier C. How Should the Distant Future be Discounted When Discount Rates are Uncertain?. Economic Letters. 2010;107 (3) :350-353.Abstract

It is not immediately clear how to discount distant-future events, like climate change, when the distant-future discount rate itself is uncertain. The so-called “Weitzman-Gollier puzzle” is the fact that two seemingly symmetric and equally plausible ways
of dealing with uncertain future discount rates appear to give diametrically opposed results with the opposite policy implications. We explain how the “Weitzman-Gollier puzzle” is resolved. When agents optimize their consumption plans and probabilities
are adjusted for risk, the two approaches are identical. What we would wish a reader to take away from this paper is the bottom-line message that the appropriate long run discount rate declines over time toward its lowest possible value.

Weitzman M. Some Dynamic Economic Consequences of the Climate Sensitivity Inference Dilemma. In: Aronsson, Lofgren Handbook of Environmental Accounting. Edward Elgar ; 2010. pp. Chapter 8. somedynamiceconomicconsequences.pdf
Weitzman M. What is the "Damages Function‟ for Global Warming – and What Difference Might it Make?. Climate Change Economics. 2010;1 (1) :57-69. damagesfunctionglobalwarming.pdf