Research papers that are the outputs of the programme are available in manuscript form as technical papers. The technical papers are intended to stimulate discussion within the research community and among users of research, and its content may have been submitted for publication in academic journals. Each paper is reviewed by at least one internal referee before publication. The views expressed in each paper represent those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the host institutions or funder.
The papers are listed below.
- Technical Paper 1: Economic policy when models disagree
- Technical Paper 2: High impact, low probability? An empirical analysis of risk in the economics of climate change
- Technical Paper 3: Properly designed emissions trading schemes do work!
- Technical Paper 4: Ambiguity and climate policy
- Technical Paper 5: A trend analysis of normalized insured damage from natural disasters
- Technical Paper 6: Normalizing economic loss from natural disasters: a global analysis
- Technical Paper 7: Integrated EUA and CER price modeling and application for spread option pricing
- Technical Paper 8: Deep uncertainty in long-term hurricane risk: scenario generation and implications for future climate experiments
- Technical Paper 9 : Scientific uncertainty: a user’s guide
- Technical Paper 10: A representation result for choice under conscious unawareness
- Technical Paper 11: Forecasting non-life insurance demand in the BRICS economies: a preliminary evaluation of the impacts of income and climate change
- Technical Paper 12: A preliminary assessment of the impact of climate change on non-life insurance demand in the BRICS economies
- Technical Paper 13: Pattern scaled climate change scenarios: are these useful for adaptation?
- Technical Paper 14: Policy indexes – what do they tell us and what are their applications? The case of climate policy and business planning in emerging markets
- Technical Paper 15: The roles of public and private actors in the governance of adaptation: the case of agricultural insurance in India
- Technical Paper 16: Ambiguity and insurance: robust capital requirements and premiums
- Technical Paper 17: Laplace’s Demon and climate change
- Technical Paper 18: Do flood insurance schemes in developing countries provide incentives to reduce physical risks?