University of Oxford

Rick van der Ploeg

Research Web Site

See also www.economics.ox.ac.uk/53 =working_papers, policy papers oxcarre  ideaspva185.html and repec.org/paper/oxfoxcrwp/.

Optimal development policies for resource-rich economies – Role of financial frictions and wealth inequalities (2020). With Richard Jaimes.

Carbon pricing under uncertainty: role of positive feedback (2020). With Gustavo Mellior.

Behavioural responses determine political support for climate dividends (2021). With Armon Rezai and Miguel Tovar.

Optimal carbon pricing in general equilibrium revisited: temperature caps and stranded assetsin an extended annual DSGE model (2021). See also CESifo Working Paper No. 8782 (2020). With Armon Rezai. cesifo/carbon-pricing

Do we still need carbon-intensive capital when transitioning to a green economy?, CESifo Working Paper No. 8745 (2020). With Wei Jin and Lin Zhang. transitioning-green

Gathering support for green tax reform: Surprising evidence from German Household Surveys, European Economic Review, R&R (2020). With Armon Rezai and Miguel Tovar.

Asset diversification versus climate action (2020). With Christoph Hambel and Holger Kraft. ssrn/sol3/id=3528239 ox/asset-pricing-and-decarbonization ceprdpno=14863 cesifo/2020/wp

Optimal pollution taxes, income redistribution and the need for education subsidies (revised 2019). With Diane Aubert.

Stranded assets, the social cost of carbon, and directed technical change: macro dynamics of optimal climate policy, CESifo Working Paper No. 5787 (2015). With Armon Rezai. CESifoWPwp_id=19195460 Updated version: oxcarrerp2016176

Why do so many oil exporters peg their currency? Foreign reserves as a de-facto sovereign wealth fund, presented at the conference Macroeconomic Challenges facing Low-Income Countries- New Perspectives, IMF and UK Aid, Washington, D.C. (2014). With Sam Wills. [www.imf.org/external/np/seminars/eng/2014/lic/pdf/Ploeg1.pdf ]

Partisan cycles and natural resource management (2016). With Alex Schmitt.

Why are carbon taxes put off? Political economy of dithering (2016).

From Dutch disease to Dutch prudence: natural resource rents and fiscal sustainability in the Netherlands (2012). With T.S. van den Bremer and G. Schotten.