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Perhaps it is "Country-level social cost of carbon" by Ricke et al. (2018)? Abstract: The social cost of carbon (SCC) is a commonly employed metric of the expected economic damages from carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Although useful in an optimal policy context, a world-level approach obscures the heterogeneous geography of climate damage and ...


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I would recommend Natural Resource and Environmental Economics by Perman, Ma, Common, Maddison & McGilvray. The edition linked to is the 4th: my comments are largely based on study of the 3rd edition (of which Maddison was not an author). The book covers all the main topics of environmental and natural resource economics, including sustainability, ...


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I have plenty. First of all, you absolutely need to look up this website: https://www.exploring-economics.org/en/orientation/ On exploring-economics, you can find detailed articles and sources about the main fields in economics, including environmental economics. They also provide lectures. Here's my reading and lecture list in environmental economics for ...


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Did William Nordhaus exclude 87% of economic industries from his climate change analysis? No, Nordhaus did not do that but Nordhaus did exclude $\approx 87\%$ economic activity as measured by national income and Keen either confuses economic activity with industry or does not use common terminology in economics (or given that he is known for sensationalism ...


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I'm fairly sure that the paper I was thinking of was The social cost of carbon dioxide under climate-economy feedbacks and temperature variability, by Kikstra et. al. which has SCC02 values in the thousands of dollars. One thing I particularly remember is that the values were precise numbers such as $3372 rather than being rounded. I'm rather surprised that ...


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