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Towards Agent-Based Integrated Assessment Models: Examples, Challenges, and Future Developments. 

Understanding the complex, dynamic, and non-linear relationships between human activities, the environment and the evolution of the climate is pivotal for policy design and requires appropriate tools. Despite the existence of different attempts to link the economy (or parts of it) to the evolution of the climate, results have often been disappointing and criticized. In this paper, we discuss the use of agent-based modeling for climate policy integrated assessment. 



Category:  Macroeconomics of Climate Change
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Application of Computable General Equilibrium to Climate Change Mitigation Policy: A Systematic Review.

With the growing literature related to climate change mitigation measures and policy interventions, a systematic review of the application of computable general equilibrium (CGE) model is inevitable. Therefore, this article aims to characterise the relevant studies, define a comparative framework to identify the current state-of-the-art and the gaps in applied general equilibrium models.

Category:  Macroeconomics of Climate Change

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Current Climate Models Are Grossly Misleading.

Nicholas Stern calls on scientists, engineers and economists to help policymakers by better modelling the immense risks to future generations, and the potential for action.



Category:  Macroeconomics of Climate Change