Simon Dietz spends much of his time researching Climate change, Natural resource economics, Stern Review, Greenhouse gas and Microeconomics. Simon Dietz combines subjects such as Value at risk and Financial intermediary, Finance with his study of Climate change. The study incorporates disciplines such as Corporate sustainability, Natural resource, Economic growth, Development studies and Environmental justice in addition to Natural resource economics.
Simon Dietz interconnects Positive economics and Action in the investigation of issues within Stern Review. The various areas that Simon Dietz examines in his Greenhouse gas study include Endogeneity, Endogenous growth theory, Set and Climate sensitivity. His study on Comparative statics is often connected to Ambiguity aversion as part of broader study in Microeconomics.
Simon Dietz mainly focuses on Climate change, Natural resource economics, Greenhouse gas, Public economics and Discounting. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cost–benefit analysis, Microeconomics and Damages. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon price, Agricultural productivity, Climate risk, Investment and Social cost.
His Greenhouse gas research includes themes of Climate system, Environmental economics and Climate sensitivity. His study in Discounting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Consumption, Endowment effect, Intergenerational equity and Loss aversion. His work deals with themes such as Political economy of climate change, Positive economics, Kyoto Protocol and Action, which intersect with Stern Review.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Natural resource economics, Greenhouse gas, Carbon price and Social cost. His Climate change study incorporates themes from Regional science, Environmental economics and Damages. His studies deal with areas such as Hedge, Agricultural productivity, Integrated assessment modelling, Population growth and Climate system as well as Natural resource economics.
The Carbon management research he does as part of his general Greenhouse gas study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Benchmarking, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His research integrates issues of Carbon sink and Economic model in his study of Carbon price. His Social cost research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Administration and Econometrics.
His primary scientific interests are in Natural resource economics, Greenhouse gas, Carbon price, Climate change and Agricultural productivity. His work on Solar radiation management expands to the thematically related Natural resource economics. His work in the fields of Greenhouse gas, such as Climate policy, intersects with other areas such as Lag.
Simon Dietz has researched Carbon price in several fields, including Economic model, Climate science, Carbon sink, Carbon dioxide and Damages. His studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like Environmental economics and Hedge. His Agricultural productivity study combines topics in areas such as Productivity, Technological change, Population growth and Food security.
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Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change
Siobhan Peters;Vicki Bakhshi;Alex Bowen;Catherine Cameron.
Weak and strong sustainability in the SEEA: Concepts and measurement
Simon Dietz;Eric Neumayer.
Ecological Economics (2007)
Climate value at risk of global financial assets
Simon Dietz;Alex Bowen;Charlie Dixon;Philip Gradwell.
LSE Research Online Documents on Economics (2016)
Handbook of Sustainable Development
Giles Atkinson;Simon Dietz;Eric Neumayer.
The Stern Review
Corruption, the resource curse and genuine saving
Simon Dietz;Eric Neumayer;Indra De Soysa.
Environment and Development Economics (2007)
Siblings, Not Triplets: Social Preferences for Risk, Inequality and Time in Discounting Climate Change
Giles D. Atkinson;Simon Dietz;Jennifer Helgeson;Cameron Hepburn;Cameron Hepburn.
Economics : the Open-Access, Open-Assessment e-Journal (2009)
Endogenous Growth, Convexity of Damage and Climate Risk: How Nordhaus' Framework Supports Deep Cuts in Carbon Emissions
Simon Dietz;Nicholas Stern.
The Economic Journal (2015)
Economic growth, biodiversity loss and conservation effort
Simon Dietz;W.Neil Adger.
Journal of Environmental Management (2003)
Adaptation in the UK: a decision-making process
Nicola Ranger;Anthony Millner;Simon Dietz;Samuel Fankhauser.
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