Richard Rosen received his Ph.D.in theoretical physics from Columbia University in 1974 and was a founder and Senior Fellow of the Tellus Institute (Boston) from 1978 until his retirement in 2016. He has specialized in critiquing the economics of energy system planning methodologies for over 40 years, and has focused on the specific problems with integrated assessment models used to support IPCC climate change mitigation studies for the last 10 years.
Richard A. Rosen
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Models of Temperature and Economic Growth: Some Cautionary Remarks
Many studies of the effect of climate change on GDP seriously mislead the research community, policymakers, and the general public.
Can Panel Data Methodologies Determine the Impact of Climate Change on Economic Growth?
Some cautionary remarks
Carbon Taxes: A Good Idea But Can They Be Effective?
A global carbon tax alone will not be enough to significantly reduce CO2 emissions