Selected Articles in Public Policy and Other Periodicals

2010
Stavins, Robert N. “Beware Scorched-Earth Strategies.” The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 14. column_38.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Can We Afford to Cut Carbon?The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 16. column_34.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “In Defense of Pollution Markets.(emissions Trading).” The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 16. column_39.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Knowing Success if You See It.” Outreach: A Multi-stakeholder Magazine on Environment and Sustainable Development (2010): 1–3. stavins_article_in_outreach_cancun.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “The Path Forward for Climate Talks.” The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 18. column_35.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “State Eyes on the Climate Policy Prize.” The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 16. column_37.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Two Countries Key to Progress in 2010.” The Environmental Forum 27 (2010): 16. column_36.pdf

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2009
Olmstead, Sheila M, and Robert N Stavins. “The Essential Pillars of a New Climate Pact.” Boston.com (2009). Publisher's Version
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Stavins, Robert. “Can Countries Cut Carbon Emissions Without Hurting Economic Growth? Yes, the Transition Can be Gradual – and Affordable.” The Wall Street Journal (2009). Publisher's Version
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Stavins, Robert N. “Guest Commentary. A Portfolio of Domestic Commitments: Implementing Common but Differentiated Responsibilties.” Carbon Market North America 4 (2009): 6. stavins_point-carbon.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Institutions and Individuals. (universities' Environmental Responsibilities).” The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 18. column_29.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “No Free Lunch at the Auto Cafe.(corporate Average Fuel Economy).” The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 16. column_31.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Opportunity for a Defining Moment.” The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 16. column_28.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “The Stimulus and Green Jobs.” The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 16. column_30.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Wonderful Politics of Cap-and-Trade.” The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 16. column_32.pdf

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Stavins, Robert N. “Worried About Competitiveness?The Environmental Forum 26 (2009): 18. column_33.pdf

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2008
Stavins, Robert N, Judson Jaffe, and Todd Schatzki. “Free Greenhouse Gas Cuts: Too Good to Be True?VoxEU.org, 2008. Publisher's VersionAbstract
The possibility of “no cost” emission reductions has been raised by research on California’s Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. Here is a more sober assessment. Overly optimistic findings leave policymakers with inadequate appreciation of the stakes, and provide little insight into the relative cost of policy design alternatives.
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Stavins, Robert N. “Inspiration for climate change.” Boston.com (2008). Publisher's Version
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Stavins, Robert N. “AB 32 / Combating Global Warming.” San Diego Union‑Tribune (2008). Publisher's Version
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Stavins, Robert N. “Cap-and-Trade or a Carbon Tax? (methods for Controlling Greenhouse Gases).” The Environmental Forum 25 (2008): 16. column_22.pdf

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