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Capital Transitioning: An International Human Capital Strategy for Climate Innovation, __ Trans. Envtl. L. __ (2016).
Inefficient Inequality, 5 Ind. J. L. & Soc. Equality 1 (2016).
Carbon Taxes, Ch. 1.35 in Global Climate Change Law (2016).
International Market Mechanisms, Ch. 12 in The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (2016).
Scale Economies, Scale Externalities: Hog Farming and the Changing American Agricultural Industry, 94 Or. L. Rev. 23 (2015).
Introduction: Environmental Law Without Congress, 30 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 1 (2015).
The Rise and Rise of the One Percent: Considering the Legal Causes of Wealth Inequality, 64 Emory L.J. Online 2043 (2015).
The Accidental Postmodernists, 39 Vt. L. Rev. 27 (2015).
Climate Change Regulation and Prediction Markets, 37 Regulation 34 (2014).
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Sugary Drink Regulation in New York City, 10 J. Food L. & Pol'y 75 (2014).
Capital Rigidities, Latent Externalities, 51 Hous. L. Rev. 719 (2014).
Assessing "Dangerous Climate Change": Required Reduction of Carbon Emissions to Protect Young People, Future Generations and Nature 8 PLOS ONE e81648 (2013) (with James Hansen and 14 others).
Politics and Climate Change: What Impedes a Carbon Tax? 36 Regulation 48 (2013).
International Trade and Investment Law and Carbon Management Technologies, 53 Nat. Res. J. 285 (2013) (with Nigel Bankes, Anatole Boute, Steve Charnovitz, Sarah McCalla, Nicholas Rivers, and Elizabeth Whitsitt).
A Conservative Approach to Environmental Law: Be Data-Driven, 23 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol'y. F. 281 (2013).
Why Conservatives Should Support a Carbon Tax, 30 Env. F. 26 (2013).
Environmental Prediction Markets, 631-628 in Market Instruments and Sustainable Economy (Instituto de Estudios Fiscales, Madrid, Spain, 2012).
Comment: Rights to Pollute: Assessment of Tradable Permits for Air Pollution, Ch. 6 in Property in Land and Other Resources (Lincoln Institute for Land Policy, 2012).
British Columbia [Climate Change Policy and Law], ch. 5 in The Law of Climate Change (Canada Law Books, Mahoney, D, 2d ed., 2012) (with Tony Crossman).
A Prediction Market for Climate Outcomes, 83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 179 (2011).
A Game-Theoretic Model of International Climate Change Negotiations, 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 14 (2011).
The Case for a Carbon Tax: Getting Past Our Hangups to Effective Climate Policy (Island Press, 2011).
Carbon Taxation in Theory and in Practice, Ch. 15 in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Vol. VII (2010) (with David Duff).
The Politics and Psychology of Gasoline Taxes: an Empirical Study, 15 Widener L. Rev. 363 (2010).
Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Canada: Constitutional and Policy Dimensions, 54 McGill L.J. 463 (2009) (with Robin Elliot).
Review: The Reality of Carbon Taxes in the 21st Century, 54 Tax Notes International 399 (2009).
Psychological Barriers to Gasoline Taxation, Ch. 15 in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Vol. VI (2009).
Saving Lives Through Administrative Law and Economics: A Response, 157 U. Pa. L. Rev. PENNumbra 200 (2009).
Pollution Tax Heuristics: an Empirical Study of Willingness to Pay Higher Gasoline Taxes, 36 Energy Policy 3612 (2008) (with Joshua Walters and Anthony Purgas).
A Realistic Evaluation of Climate Change Litigation Through the Lens of a Hypothetical Lawsuit, 79 U.
L. Rev. 701 (2008). Colo.
Some Quasi-Behavioral Arguments for Environmental Taxation,
2 in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Vol. V (2008). Ch.
The Identifiability Bias in Environmental Law, 35 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 433 (2008).
Litigating Canada-U.S. Transboundary Harm: International Lawmaking and the Threat of Reciprocity, 48
J. Intl. L. 1 (2007) (with Austen Parrish). Va.
Sustainable Development and the Law: People, Environment, and Culture (Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, 2006, co-edited with Patrick Molinari).
Why We Can Do Better Than New Source Review, 3(8) Economists' Voice, 5 (2006).
The Real Problem With New Source Review, 36 Envtl. L. Rep. 10095 (2006).
What's Old is New: The Problem With New Source Review, 29 Regulation 36 (2006).
What IS a Tragedy of the Commons? Overfishing and the Campaign Spending Problem, 69 Albany L. Rev. 75 (2005).
On the Role of Cost-benefit Analysis in Environmental Law, 31 Envtl. L. 135 (2005).
Fairness Versus Efficiency in Environmental Law, 31 Ecology L.Q. 303 (2004).
A Two-Dimensional Framework of Property Rights Regimes, 36 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 813 (2003).
A Game-Theoretic Approach to Regulatory Negotiation and a Framework for Empirical Analysis, 26 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 33 (2002).
A Defense of Cost-Benefit Analysis for Natural Resource Policy, 32 Envtl. L. Rep. 10239 (2002) (with John Loomis).
Reducing Emissions from the Electricity Generating Industry: Can We Finally Do It? 14 Tulane Envtl. L. J. 427 (2001).
The Potential and the Pitfalls of Habitat Conservation Planning Under the Endangered Species Act, 29 Envtl. L. Rep. 10592 (Oct 1999)
The External Damage Costs of Direct Noise From Motor Vehicles, 1 J. Transportation and Statistics 1 (Jan 1999).
Ecosystem Management and the 1996 Sustainable Fisheries Act, 24 Ecology L.Q. 799 (1997) (with J. Wilen).
The Uncertain Air Quality Impacts of Automobile Retirement Programs, 1444 Transportation Research Record 90 (1994) (with D. Sperling).