Selected Monographs and Reports

2005
Richards, Kenneth R, and Robert N Stavins. “The Cost of U.S. Forest-Based Carbon Sequestration.” Arlington, Virginia: Pew Center on Global Climate Change, 2005. richards_stavins_final_pew_report.pdf

F-18

2000
Coglianese, C, G Marchant, and Robert N Stavins. “Amici Curiae Brief to U.S. Supreme Court Arguing that Natural Science Alone Cannot Provide a Basis for Risk Management Decisions,” 2000. science_amicus_brief.pdf

F-17

Litan, R, Robert W Hahn, and Robert N Stavins. “Amici Curiae Brief to U.S. Supreme Court Recommending that EPA be Allowed to Consider Costs and Consequences of Environmental Regulations.” Washington, D.C. AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2000. amici_curiae.pdf

F-16

1999
Pfaff, A, and Robert N Stavins. “Readings in the Field of Natural Resource and Environmental Economics.” Harvard Kennedy School, 1999. readings_in_the_field_of.pdf

F-14

Hahn, Robert W, and Robert N Stavins. “What Has the Kyoto Protocol Wrought? The Real Architecture of International Tradeable Permit Markets.” Washington, D.C. The AEI Press, 1999. what_has_kyoto_wrought.pdf

F-15

1996
Arrow, Kenneth J, Maureen L Cropper, George C Eads, Robert W Hahn, Lester B Lave, Roger G Noll, Paul R Portney, et al.Benefit-Cost Analysis in Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulation.” Washington, D.C. American Enterprise Institute, The Annapolis Center, and Resources for the Future, 1996. benefit_cost_analysis_in_environmental.aei_.1996.pdf

F-11

Barrett, Scott, Jean-Charles Hourcade, and Robert N Stavins. “Nordic Joint Implementation Negotiations: Evaluation of an Experiment,” 1996. nordic_joint.1997.pdf

F-12

1989
Stavins, Robert N. “Project 88 Conference, Harnessing Market Forces to Protect the Environment.” Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Kennedy School, 1989. project_88_conference_f-4.pdf

F-4

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