Sustainable Growth

    Our scholars engage in understanding and assessing the concept of sustainable growth. We support research that examines the political and economic impacts of the potential climatic, environmental, political and ethical constraints on future growth.

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    A rejoinder to Michael Grubb, Annela Anger-Kraavi, Igor Bashmakov and Richard Wood

    We are grateful to Michael Grubb, Annela Anger-Kraavi, Igor Bashmakov, and Richard Wood for their interesting, empirically rich and structurally insightful commentary on our paper on the production-based and the consumption-based Carbon Kuznets Curve (CKC). Read more

    Moving Towards Climate Justice: Overcoming Barriers to Change

    The present paradox, as ecological economist Bill Rees is fond of putting it, is simple yet profoundly troubling: “The ecologically necessary is politically infeasible, but the politically feasible is ecologically irrelevant.” Read more