University of Oxford

Rick van der Ploeg

Research Web Site

See also OxcarreResearch Papers , ideaspva185.html and

Steering the climate system: a comment (2018). With Linus Mattauch, Richard Millar, Armon Rezai, Anselm Schultes, Frank Venmans, and others.

The risk-adjusted carbon price (2018). (Formerly Pricing carbon under economic and climatic risks: leading-order results from asymptotic analysis, 2017). With Ton van den Bremer. [cepr=12642] [oxcarrerp2018203]

Klimaatbeleid dreigt te verzanden, pre-advies KVS (2018).

Climate policy and stranded assets: a financial perspective, presented at the pre-EARE conference on Climate Policy and Stranded Assets, 26-27 June, 2017, Athens. With Armon Rezai. [ResearchPapers/oxcarrerp2018206]

Should pollution taxes be targeted at income redistribution?, (2017). With Bas Jacobs. [CESifoWP=19343444] revised [oxcarrerp2017191a.pdf]

The shifting natural wealth of nations: the role of market orientation (2017). [oxcarrerp2016180] Also, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 8520 (2018). worldbank/WPS8520.pdf Revised version of Shifting frontiers in global resource extraction: the role of policies and institutions, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. (2016). With Rabah Arezki and Fred Toscanini. [ceprdp11553].

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 ]

Race to burn the last ton of carbon and the risk of stranded assets (2016, revised 2017).                [oxcarrerp2017201][wp-cesifo-2017-12/12012017006793.html]

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. [ ]

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.