Energy and the Environment

Where you you get your information on research about energy and the environment? Are there any go-to sources that we're missing in our list of recommendations? Do you have any country- or region-specific recommendations (in English or any other language)?

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Prof. Caprio recommends: The Implication of Climate Change for Financial Stability

Financial regulators have been increasing their attention to climate change and the risks it poses to the financial system. See the latest report from the Financial Stability Board, “The Implication of Climate Change for Financial Stability.”

Prof. Caprio recommends: “Valuing Nature: Whales, Elephants, and the Global Economy”

Prof. Caprio recommends: “Valuing Nature: Whales, Elephants, and the Global Economy”

Prof. Jacobson recommends this podcast on “Oil Markets in the Time of Covid-19”

Professor Jacobson recommends this podcast episode on Resources in which Amy Meyers Jaffe, the United States director of the program on energy security and climate change at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses recent changes to the oil markets.

Required Reading: Getting Energy Prices Right: From Principle to Practice

An excerpt from this book has been assigned in “Public Economics,” a core course taught in the fall.

Course Text: Principles of Microeconomics

This book by Gregory Mankiw is one of the core texts used in recent years for CDE orientation, and is also a reference text for “Public Economics,” a core course taught in the fall.

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