Publications from all members of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment are provided below. Academic publications and research outputs are also provided on individual staff webpages and by research theme.
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Selected Publications (2015)
36 publications listed
- Allen, M., Haszeldine, S., Hepburn, C., Le Quere, C. and Millar, R. (2015) Securing the UK’s Energy and Climate Future: Energy Bill 2015. Oxford Martin School, UK.
- Beinhocker, E., Hepburn, C., Farmer, D. and Teytelboym, A. (2015) Resilient and inclusive prosperity within planetary boundaries. China and World Economy, 22(5): 76-92.
- Caldecott, B. (2015) Avoiding Stranded Assets. In, Gardner, G. and Mastny, L. (eds.) State of the World 2015: Confronting Hidden Threats to Sustainability. Island Press/Center for Resource Economics. pp. 51-63. ISBN: 978-1-59726-073-2.
- Caldecott, B.L. (2015) Green and responsible conservatism: embedding sustainability and long-termism within the UK economy. Bright Blue, London, UK. ISBN: 978-1-911128-07-6.
- Caldecott, B.L. (2015) Retiring subcritical coal-fired power stations. In, Dudok van Heel, O. (ed.) An Economy that Works: Better growth beyond GDP. Aldersgate Group, London, UK.
- Caldecott, B.L. (2015) Stranded assets and Multilateral Development Banks. Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., USA.
- Caldecott, B.L. and Dericks, G. (2015) Making climate policy more like monetary policy: calibrating climate policy through corporate solvency. Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
- Caldecott, B.L. and Mitchell, J. (2015) Premature retirement of sub-critical coal assets: the potential role of compensation and the implications for international climate policy. Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, Fall/Winter: 59-70.
- Caldecott, B.L. and Robins, N. (2015) Greening China’s financial markets: the risks and opportunities of stranded assets. In, Zhang, C., Zadek, S., Chen, N., and Halle, M. (eds.) Greening China’s Financial System. International Institute for Sustainable Development, Winnipeg, Canada. ISBN: 978-1-894784-74-0.
- Caldecott, B.L., Dericks, G. and Mitchell, J. (2015) Stranded assets and subcritical coal: the risk to companies and investors. Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. ISBN: 978-0-9927618-1-3.
- Christopherson, S., Clark, G.L. and Whiteman, J. (2015) Introduction: the Euro crisis and the future of Europe. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(5): 843-853.
- Clark, G.L. (2015) Geography of Finance. In, Wright, J.D. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences, 2nd edition, vol. 9. Elsevier. pp. 177-182. ISBN: 9780080970868.
- Clark, G.L. (2015) The Components of Talent: Company Size and Financial Centres in the European Investment Management Industry. Regional Studies, 50(1): 168-181.
- Clark, G.L. (2015) The geography of the European Central Bank: form, functions and legitimacy. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(5): 855-881.
- Clark, G.L. (2015) The UK Pensions Crisis and Institutional Innovation: Beyond Corporatism and Neo-liberalism. 6. in, Torp, C. (ed.) Challenges of Aging: Pensions, Retirement and Generational Justice. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 105-132. ISBN: 9781137283160.
- Clark, G.L. and Monk, A.H.B. (2015) The production of investment returns in spatially-extensive markets. The Professional Geographer, 67(4): 595-607.
- Clark, G.L., Hachigian, H., McGill, S., Molinari, C. and Wójcik, D. (2015) Addressing the challenges of transformation through sustainable investment. Chapter 46 in, Hebb, T., Hawley, J.P., Hoepner, A.G.F., Neher, A.L. and Wood, D. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Responsible Investment. Routledge, London. 740 pp. ISBN: 9780415624510.
- Clark, G.L., Lai, K.P.Y. and Wójcik, D. (2015) Editorial Introduction to the Special Section: Deconstructing Offshore Finance. Economic Geography, 91(3): 237-249.
- Clark, G.L., McGill, S.M., Saito, Y. and Viehs, M. (2015) Shareholder engagement in responsible investing: evidence from a UK institutional investor’s strategy in Japan. Annals in Social Responsibility, 1(1): 30-56.
- Farmer, J.D., Hepburn, C., Mealy, P. and Teytelboym, A. (2015) A third wave in the economics of climate change. Environmental and Resource Economics, 62(2): 329-357.
- Garrick, D. (2015) Water Allocation in Rivers under Pressure: Water Trading, Transaction Costs and Transboundary Governance in the Western US and Australia. Edward Elgar. pp. 256. ISBN: 978 1 78100 385 5.
- Hahn, R.W. and Ritz, R.A. (2015) Does the social cost of carbon matter? Evidence from US policy. The Journal of Legal Studies, 44(1): 229-248.
- Hirpa, F.A., Fagbemi, K., Afiesimama, E., Shuaib, H. and Salamon, P. (2015) Saving lives: Ensemble-based early warnings in developing nations. In, Duan, Q., Pappenberger, F., Thielen, J., Wood,A., Cloke, H.L. and Schaake, J.C. (eds.) Handbook of Hydrometeorological Ensemble Forecasting. Springer, Berlin. pp. 1-22. ISBN: 978-3-642-40457-3.
- Hope, R. (2015) Is community water management the community’s choice? Implications for water and development policy in Africa. Water Policy, 17(4): 664-678.
- Huntingford, C., Lowe, J.A., Howarth, N., Bowerman, N.H.A., Gohar, L.K., Otto, A., Lee, D.S., Smith, S.M., den Elzen, M.G.J., van Vuuren, D.P., Millar, R.J. and Allen, M.R. (2015) The implications of carbon dioxide and methane exchange for the heavy mitigation RCP2.6 scenario under two metrics. Environmental Science and Policy, 51: 77-87.
- Jepson, P., Caldecott, B.L., Milligan, H. and Chen, D. (2015) A framework for protected area asset management. Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
- Kaminker, C. (2015) Policy Perspectives: Green Bonds - Mobilising the debt capital markets for a low-carbon transition. OECD/Bloomberg Philanthropies. OECD Publishing, Paris.
- Kaminker, C. and Youngman, R. (2015) Sustainable Energy Infrastructure, Finance and Institutional Investors. OECD Observer, 304.
- Kaminker, C., Eklin, K., Kawanishi, O. and Youngman, R. (eds.) (2015) Mapping Channels to Mobilise Institutional Investment in Sustainable Energy. OECD Publishing, Paris. 144 pp. ISBN: 9789264224582.
- Koehler, J., Thomson, P. and Hope, R. (2015) Pump-priming payments for sustainable water services in rural Africa. World Development, 74: 397-411.
- Liu, Y., Eyre, N., Darby, S., Keay, M., Robinson, D. and Li, X. (2015) Assessment of Demand Response Market Potential and Benefits in Shanghai. Report for the Natural Resources Defense Council
- McGill, S.M., Viehs, M., Littleford, S.J., Zimba, M., and Dericks, G. (2015) Sustainable Food: Challenges and Opportunities in Global Food Production. Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, New York. 90 pp.
- Schumacher, K. (2015) Comparative Analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures of Japan and New Zealand. The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, 11(2).
- Springmann, M., Mason-D’Croz, D., Robinson, S., Ballon, P., Garnett, T., Godfray, C., Gollin, D., Rayner, M. and Scarborough, P. (2015) PP60 The global and regional health impacts of future food production under climate change. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69: 78-79.
- Xiao, T., Shirvani, T., Inderwildi, O., Gonzalez-Cortes, S., AlMegren, S., King, D. and Edwards, P.P. (2015) The Catalyst Selectivity Index (CSI): A Framework and Metric to Assess the Impact of Catalyst Efficiency Enhancements upon Energy and CO2 Footprints. Topics in Catalysis, 401.
- Yang, Y., Hu, X., Dangerfield, M. and Kaminker, C. (2015) Oxford International Infrastructure Consortium: 2015 Global Workshop Report. Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment; ITRC; Environmental Change Institute, Oxford. ISBN: 978-1-874370-57-4.