Subnational Leaders and Diplomacy

Research article by Joana Setzer on 1 May 2019

Subnational diplomacy has become an increasingly important part of foreign policy and international relations. This observation concerns a state of affairs that is not necessarily obvious or given. First, by … read more »

The global consumer incidence of carbon pricing: evidence from trade

Working paper by Lutz Sager on 4 Apr 2019

This paper estimates the global distribution of the costs to consumers from carbon pricing, finding that some policies may be considered regressive for their burden on poorer consumers – but that the benefits from mitigating climate change may weaken or reverse the regressive effect. read more »

Sustainability and internationalism: driving development in the 21st century

Policy publication by Nicholas Stern on 28 Mar 2019

Nicholas Stern contends that embarking on a path of strong, sustainable and inclusive growth can deliver the zero-carbon economy and the Sustainable Development Goals, and that such a strategy both requires, and can help create, a new internationalism. This is an extended version of a lecture by Professor Stern delivered in February 2019 at the University of Cambridge. read more »