His scientific interests lie mostly in Carbon footprint, Climate change mitigation, Natural resource economics, Economic sector and Input–output model. His research in Carbon footprint intersects with topics in Environmental engineering and Relevance. His Climate change mitigation research includes elements of Software deployment and Public policy.
His work deals with themes such as Carbon cycle and Global change, which intersect with Natural resource economics. His Economic sector research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Kyoto Protocol, Clean Development Mechanism, Greenhouse effect, Developing country and Goods and services. His Input–output model research overlaps with other disciplines such as Econometrics, External data, Economy, Producer–consumer problem and Series.
His main research concerns Natural resource economics, Climate change mitigation, Environmental resource management, Environmental economics and Environmental planning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bio-energy with carbon capture and storage, Economy and Emissions trading in addition to Natural resource economics. His Climate change mitigation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public economics and Primary energy.
He interconnects Sustainable energy, Political economy of climate change, Human development and Global climate in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management. His work carried out in the field of Environmental economics brings together such families of science as Global warming and Software deployment. His Resource investigation overlaps with other areas such as Economic cost, Carbon cycle, Global change and Earth system science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Adaptation, Monetary economics, Climate change mitigation, Public economics and Artificial intelligence. His studies in Adaptation integrate themes in fields like Environmental resource management, Data science and Action. In general Monetary economics study, his work on Price of stability and Monetary policy often relates to the realm of Financial regulation and Stimulus, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Climate change mitigation study incorporates themes from Community building and Knowledge management. His Public economics research focuses on subjects like Poverty, which are linked to Procurement. As a part of the same scientific family, Jan Minx mostly works in the field of Artificial intelligence, focusing on Machine learning and, on occasion, Database.
His primary areas of study are Big data, Scientific literature, Topic model, Carbon lock-in and Monetary economics. Jan Minx integrates many fields, such as Big data and engineering, in his works. Scientific literature combines with fields such as Malnutrition, Machine learning, Mental health, Adaptation and Artificial intelligence in his work.
Jan Minx combines subjects such as Variety, Field and Data collection with his study of Topic model.
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Climate Change 2014 : Synthesis Report
Rajendra K. Pachauri;Myles R. Allen;Jan Christoph Minx.
A definition of “carbon footprint”
Tommy Wiedmann;Jan Minx.
Growth in emission transfers via international trade from 1990 to 2008
Glen P. Peters;Jan C. Minx;Christopher L. Weber;Ottmar Edenhofer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Biophysical and economic limits to negative CO2 emissions
Pete Smith;Steven J. Davis;Felix Creutzig;Sabine Fuss.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
Allocating ecological footprints to final consumption categories with input–output analysis
Thomas Wiedmann;Jan Minx;John Barrett;Mathis Wackernagel.
Ecological Economics (2006)
INPUT–OUTPUT ANALYSIS AND CARBON FOOTPRINTING: AN OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS
J. C. Minx;T. Wiedmann;R. Wood;G. P. Peters.
Economic Systems Research (2009)
Negative emissions-Part 2 : Costs, potentials and side effects
Sabine Fuss;William F Lamb;Max W Callaghan;Jérôme Hilaire.
Environmental Research Letters (2018)
A "carbonizing Dragon" China's fast growing CO2 emissions revisited
Jan C. Minx;Giovanni Baiocchi;Glen P. Peters;Christopher L. Weber.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
A CARBON FOOTPRINT TIME SERIES OF THE UK – RESULTS FROM A MULTI-REGION INPUT–OUTPUT MODEL
Thomas Wiedmann;Richard Wood;Jan C. Minx;Manfred Lenzen.
Economic Systems Research (2010)
The Impact of Social Factors and Consumer Behavior on Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the United Kingdom
Giovanni Baiocchi;Jan C. Minx;Klaus Hubacek.
Journal of Industrial Ecology (2010)
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