M. R. Allen , D. J. Frame , C. Huntingford , C. D. Jones , J. A. Lowe , M. Meinshausen and N. Meinshausen . 2009. Warming caused by cumulative carbon emissions towards the trillionth tonne. Nature 458: 1163–1166.
K. Arrow , M. Cropper , C. Gollier , B. Groom , G. Heal , R. Newell , W. Nordhaus , R. Pindyck , W. Pizer , P. Portney , T. Sterner , R. S. J. Tol and M. Weitzman . 2013. Determining benefits and costs for future generations. Science 341: 349–350.
G. Asheim 2010. Intergenerational equity. Annual Review of Economics 2: 197–222.
T. Atkinson and A. Brandolini . 2010. On analysing the world distribution of income. World Bank Economic Review 24 (1): 1–37.
R. Barro 2013. Environmental Protection, Rare Disasters, and Discount Rates. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Working Paper.
B. Barry 1999. Sustainability and social justice. In Fairness and Futurity: Essays on Environmental Sustainability and Social Justice, ed. A. Dobson , 93–117. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
K. Basu and T. Mitra . 2007. Utilitarianism for infinite utility streams: a new welfare criterion and its axiomatic characterization. Journal of Economic Theory 133: 350–373.
C. Blackorby , W. Bossert and D. Donaldson . 2005. Population Issues in Social-Choice Theory, Welfare Economics and Ethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
S. Caney 2010. Markets, morality and climate change: what, if anything, is wrong with emissions trading? New Political Economy 15: 197–224.
P. Dasgupta 2007. Commentary: The Stern Review's economics of climate change. National Institute Economic Review 199: 4–7.
P. Dasgupta 2008. Discounting climate change. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 37: 141–169.
P. Dasgupta 2011. The ethics of intergenerational distribution: reply and response to John E. Roemer. Environmental Resource Economics 50: 475–493.
P. Diamond 1965. The evaluation of infinite utility streams. Econometrica 33: 170–177.
J. Drèze and N. Stern . 1987. The theory of cost-benefit analysis. In Handbook of Public Economics, Vol. 2, ed. A. J. Auerbach and M. Feldstein . Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland).
J. Drèze and N. Stern . 1990. Policy reform, shadow prices and market prices. Journal of Public Economics 42: 1–45.
R. Guesnerie 2004. Calcul économique et développement durable. La Revue Economique 55: 363–382.
J. Harsanyi 1953. Cardinal utility in welfare economics and in the theory of risk-taking. Journal of Political Economy 61: 434–435.
J. Harsanyi 1955. Cardinal welfare, individualistic ethics, and interpersonal comparisons of utility. Journal of Political Economy 63: 309–321.
N. Höhne , M. den Elzen and M. Weiss . 2006. Common but differentiated convergence (CDC): a new conceptual approach to long-term climate policy. Climate Policy 6, 181–199.
D. Jamieson 1992. Ethics, public policy and global warming. Science, Technology, & Human Values 17: 139–153.
S.-C. Kolm 1969. The optimal production of social justice. In Public Economics: An Analysis of Public Production and Consumption and their Relations to the Private Sectors, ed. J. Margolis and H. Guitton . Proceedings of a Conference held by the International Economics Association. London: Macmillan, St. Martin's Press.
T. C. Koopmans 1960. Stationary ordinal utility and impatience. Econometrica 28: 287–309.
R. Layard , G. Mayraz and S. Nickell . 2008. The marginal utility of income. Journal of Public Economics 92: 1846–1857.
B. Lomborg , ed. 2009. Global Crises, Global Solutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
E. Malinvaud 1953. Capital accumulation and efficient allocation of resource. Econometrica 21: 233–268.
J. A. Mirrlees 1971. Explorations in the theory of optimum income taxation. Review of Economic Studies 38: 175–208.
J. A. Mirrlees and N. Stern 1972. Fairly good plans. Journal of Economic Theory 4: 268–288.
E. Neumayer 2007. A missed opportunity: the Stern review on climate change fails to tackle the issue of non-substitutable loss of natural capital. Global Environmental Change 17: 297–301.
J. Quiggin 2012. Equity between overlapping generations. Journal of Public Economic Theory 14: 273–283.
F. Ramsey 1928. A mathematical theory of saving. Economic Journal 38: 543–559.
M. Sagoff 2004. Price, Principle, and the Environment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
A. Sen 1970b. The impossibility of a paretian liberal. Journal of Political Economy 78: 152–157.
E. Stanton 2011. Negishi welfare weights in integrated assessment models: the mathematics of global inequality. Climatic Change 107: 417–432.
N. Stern 1972b. Optimum development in a dual economy. Review of Economic Studies 39 (2): 171–184.
N. Stern 1972a. Experience with the use of the Little/Mirrlees method for an appraisal of small-holder tea in Kenya. Bulletin of the Oxford University Institute of Economics & Statistics 34: 93–123.
N. Stern 2007. The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
N. Stern 2008. Richard T. Ely Lecture: the economics of climate change. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings 2008 98 (2): 1–37.
N. Stern 2013. The structure of economic modelling of the potential impacts of climate change: grafting gross underestimation of risk onto already narrow science models. Journal of Economic Literature 51 (3): 1–22.
N. Stern 2014. Ethics, equity and the economics of climate change. Paper 1: Science and philosophy. Economics and Philosophy 30. doi: 10.1017/S0266267114000297.
T. Sterner and U. M. Persson . 2008. An even Sterner Review: introducing relative prices into the discounting debate. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2 (1): 61–76.
M. L. Weitzman 1974. Prices vs quantities. Review of Economic Studies 41: 477–491.
M. L. Weitzman 2007a. A review of The Stern Review on the economics of climate change. Journal of Economic Literature 45: 703–724.
M. L. Weitzman 2007b. Subjective expectations and asset-return puzzles. American Economic Review 97: 1102–1130.
M. L. Weitzman 2009. On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change. Review of Economics and Statistics 91: 1–19.
M. L. Weitzman 2011. Fat-tailed uncertainty in the economics of catastrophic climate change. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 5: 275–292.