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FEEM circulates a series of Working Papers in English (FEEM "Note di Lavoro") for an academic readership and collecting the output of research in the field of economics, energy and the environment.

FEEM Note di Lavoro that are subsequently published in refereed journals or in books that have undergone review are listed in the Published Articles section.

FEEM Note di Lavoro are included in AgEcon, the Economics Research Institutes Paper Series of SSRN, RePEC, Berkeley University Press, ZBW, JSTOR and in Econlit. The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) assigned to the online FEEM Note di Lavoro Series is ISSN: 2037-1209.

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2016.055 Priority for the Worse Off and the Social Cost of Carbon
Matthew Adler, David Anthoff, Valentina Bosetti, Greg Garner, Klaus Keller, Nicolas Treich
2016.054 Inequality and the Social Cost of Carbon
David Anthoff, Johannes Emmerling
2016.053 Do Extreme Weather Events Generate Attention to Climate Change?
Matthew R. Sisco, Valentina Bosetti, Elke U. Weber
2016.052 Climate Engineering under Deep Uncertainty and Heterogeneity
Johannes Emmerling, Vassiliki Manoussi, Anastasios Xepapadeas
2016.051 Bridging the Gap: Do Fast Reacting Fossil Technologies Facilitate Renewable Energy Diffusion?
Elena Verdolini, Francesco Vona, David Popp
2016.050 Did the Paris Agreement Plant the Seeds of a Climate Consistent International Financial Regime?
Dipak Dasgupta, Etienne Espagne, Jean-Charles Hourcade, Irving Minzer, Seyni Nafo, Baptiste Perissin-Fabert, Nick Robins, Alfredo Sirkis
2016.049 The Regularity and Irregularity of Travel: an Analysis of the Consistency of Travel Times Associated with Subsistence, Maintenance and Discretionary Activities
Thomas Longden
2016.048 Measures, Drivers and Effects of Green Employment: Evidence from US Local Labor Markets, 2006-2014
Francesco Vona, Giovanni Marin, Davide Consoli