PUBLICATIONS/ Climate Change Economics special issue on “The Economics of Biofuels”

Climate Change Economics is a new journal devoted to the economics of climate change.

The journal publishes theoretical and empirical papers devoted to analyses of mitigation, adaptation, impacts, and other issues related to the policy and management of greenhouse gases. CCE is specifically devoted to papers in economics although it is understood that authors may need to rely on other fields for important insights.

Although economists have found alternative outlets for their work on climate change in mainstream economic journals, environmental economics journals, energy economics journals, or climate science journals, this journal intends to be the central clearinghouse for high-quality research on the economics of climate change.

The special issue on “The Economics of Biofuels”, Volume: 03, Number: 03, is available at:


Editorial Board of Climate Change Economics:

Robert Mendelsohn
(Yale University, USA)

David Maddison
(University of Birmingham, UK)

Editorial Board
Scott Barrett
(Columbia University, USA)
Carlo Carraro
(Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Italy)
Larry Goulder
(Stanford University, USA)
Rashid Hassan
(University of Pretoria, South Africa)
Charles Kolstad
(University of California – Santa Barbara, USA)
William Nordhaus
(Yale University, USA)
Richard Richels
(Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), USA)
Daigee Shaw
(Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Thomas Schelling
(University of Maryland, USA)
Robert Stavins
(Harvard University, USA)
Richard Tol
(Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, Ireland)
Martin Weitzman
(Harvard University, USA)