- “The Social Cost of Carbon from Theory to Trump,” forthcoming in in Ravi Kanbur and Henry Shue (eds.) Climate Justice: Integrating Economics and Philosophy (Oxford University Press, late 2018).
- “Prescriptivism, Risk Aversion, and Intertemporal Substitution in Climate Economics” (with Gernot Wagner). Annals of Economics and Statistics (forthcoming).
- “Ramsey Discounting Calls for Subtracting Climate Damages from Economic Growth Rates” (with Gernot Wagner). Applied Economics Letters (forthcoming). (Pre-publication draft available here.)
- “Pure Time Preference in Intertemporal Welfare Economics,” Economics & Philosophy 33 (2017): 441-473. (Pre-publication draft available here.)
- “Descriptive versus Prescriptive Discounting in Climate Change Policy Analysis.” Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 15 (2017): 957-977. (Ungated version here.)
- “Is There A Sacrifice-Free Solution to Climate Change?” Ethics, Policy & Environment 18(1) (2015): 68-78. (Pre-publication draft available here.)
(My first paper on climate economics contained a fundamental mistake, but I list it here to complete the record and to help others understand the mistake, which many other philosophers also make. The nature of this mistake is more fully explored in “Pure Time Preference in Intertemporal Welfare economics,” listed above.)