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  • Workshop Report: On values and deliberation in climate economics

    At this workshop, wich took place on the 29th of March 2022 at the MCC, we discussed our recent work on values and deliberation in climate economics with invited experts working in climate economics and integrated assessment modelling, and philosophers and social scientists studying either climate modelling or values in the context of global environmental …

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    Workshop Report: On values and deliberation in climate economics
  • Workshop Report: Economics facing the climate crisis: re-examining value diversity, wellbeing, growth, and uncertainty

    This workshop, wich took place from the 30th to the 31st of March 2022 at the MCC, aimed to explore approaches to value diversity in climate economicmodels, in the context of both the urgency of climate policy, and increasing public contestation about appropriate solutions. The IPCC’s sixth assessment report highlights the unprecedented urgency of climate …

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    Workshop Report: Economics facing the climate crisis: re-examining value diversity, wellbeing, growth, and uncertainty
  • Introducing the RIVET Project

    What are we concerned with?  It is well recognized that when it comes to the economics of climate change, values and normative assumptions cannot be neatly separated from the science. This point can, for instance, be illustrated by pervasive concerns with the ethics and epistemology of inter-temporal discounting. A discount rate specifies the extent to …

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    Introducing the RIVET Project