Michael Grubb mostly deals with Natural resource economics, Energy policy, International economics, Kyoto Protocol and Microeconomics. His research in Natural resource economics tackles topics such as Greenhouse effect which are related to areas like International relations, Carbon tax and Environmental studies. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental economics, Operations management and Technical progress.
The International economics study combines topics in areas such as Scope, Control, Treaty and Environmental protection. The concepts of his Kyoto Protocol study are interwoven with issues in Law and Conference of the parties. Michael Grubb works mostly in the field of Microeconomics, limiting it down to topics relating to Technological change and, in certain cases, Baseline, Investment, Present value and Climate policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Emissions trading, Natural resource economics, Environmental economics, Economy and Kyoto Protocol. The study incorporates disciplines such as Clean Development Mechanism, Incentive, Investment and International economics in addition to Emissions trading. Michael Grubb combines subjects such as Common value auction and Windfall gain with his study of International economics.
His research in Natural resource economics intersects with topics in Energy policy, Renewable energy, Greenhouse effect and Climate policy. His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government, Political economy of climate change, Electricity and Operations research. His Joint Implementation study in the realm of Kyoto Protocol connects with subjects such as Protocol.
Michael Grubb focuses on International economics, Natural resource economics, Emissions trading, Climate change mitigation and Investment. The various areas that he examines in his International economics study include Developing country, Carbon footprint and Consumption. His research investigates the connection between Natural resource economics and topics such as Embodied carbon that intersect with issues in Efficient energy use.
His Emissions trading study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Financial crisis, Economy and Windfall gain. His Climate change mitigation research includes elements of Path dependence, Econometrics, Induced innovation, Meteorology and Carbon price. His Climate policy study combines topics in areas such as Political economy of climate change and Politics.
Michael Grubb mainly focuses on Natural resource economics, Carbon footprint, Structure, Embodied carbon and Climate change mitigation. His study brings together the fields of IPCC Fifth Assessment Report and Natural resource economics. His work in Carbon footprint tackles topics such as Baseline which are related to areas like International economics.
Michael Grubb interconnects Carbon leakage, Consumption and Economy in the investigation of issues within International economics. Michael Grubb works mostly in the field of Climate change mitigation, limiting it down to topics relating to Portfolio and, in certain cases, China and Emissions trading, as a part of the same area of interest. His Emissions trading study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Financial crisis, Investment and Windfall gain.
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Policies, Instruments and Co-operative Arrangements
Terry Barker;Igor Bashmakov;Awwad Alharthi;Markus Ammann.
Barker, Terry; Bashmakov, Igor; Alharthi, Awwad; Ammann, Markus; Cifuentes, Luis; Drexhage, John; Maosheng, Duan; Edenhofer, Ottmar; Flannery, Brian; Grubb, Michael; Hoogwijk, Monique; Ibitoye, Francis; Jepma, Catrinus; Pizer, William; Yamaji, Kenji; Awerbuch, Shimon; Bernstein, Lenny; Faaij, Andre; Hayami, Hitoshi; Heggedal, Tom; Kverndokk, Snorre; Latham, John; Michaelowa, Axel; Popp, David; Read, Peter; Schleicher, Stefan; Smith, Mike; Toth, Ferenc (2007). Mitigation from a cross-sectoral pe (2007)
Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health
Nick Watts;W. Neil Adger;Paolo Agnolucci;Jason Blackstock.
The Lancet (2015)
The Kyoto Protocol: A Guide and Assessment
M Grubb;C Vrolijk;D Brack.
The 'Earth Summit' Agreements: A Guide and Assessment: An Analysis of the Rio '92 UN Conference on Environment and Development
Michael Grubb;Matthias Koch;Koy Thomson;Abby Munson.
Summary for Policymakers
T. Barker;I. Bashmakov;L. Bernstein;J. Bogner.
Climate Change 2007: Mitigation. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2007)
Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 °C
Richard J. Millar;Richard J. Millar;Jan S. Fuglestvedt;Pierre Friedlingstein;Joeri Rogelj;Joeri Rogelj.
Nature Geoscience (2017)
Allocation and competitiveness in the EU emissions trading scheme: policy overview
Michael Grubb;Karsten Neuhoff.
Climate Policy (2006)
The impact of CO2 emissions trading on firm profits and market prices
Robin Smale;Murray Hartley;Cameron J Hepburn;John Ward.
Climate Policy (2006)
Auctioning of EU ETS phase II allowances: how and why?
Cameron Hepburn;Michael Grubb;Karsten Neuhoff;Felix Matthes.
Climate Policy (2006)
Diversity and security in UK electricity generation: The influence of low-carbon objectives
Michael Grubb;Lucy Butler;Paul Twomey.
Energy Policy (2006)
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