David Popp
David Popp
Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs
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What is the value of scientific knowledge? an application to global warming using the price model
WD Nordhaus, D Popp
Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University, 1996
Induced innovation and energy prices
D Popp
American Economic Review 92 (1), 160-180, 2002
Renewable energy policies and technological innovation: evidence based on patent counts
N Johnstone, I Haščič, D Popp
Environmental and resource economics 45 (1), 133-155, 2010
Energy, the environment, and technological change
D Popp, RG Newell, AB Jaffe
Handbook of the Economics of Innovation 2, 873-937, 2010
International innovation and diffusion of air pollution control technologies: the effects of NOX and SO2 regulation in the US, Japan, and Germany
D Popp
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51 (1), 46-71, 2006
ENTICE: endogenous technological change in the DICE model of global warming
D Popp
Journal of Environmental Economics and management 48 (1), 742-768, 2004
Pollution control innovations and the Clean Air Act of 1990
D Popp
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 22 (4), 641-660, 2003
Technology and the diffusion of renewable energy
D Popp, I Hascic, N Medhi
Energy Economics 33 (4), 648-662, 2011
Lessons from patents: Using patents to measure technological change in environmental models
D Popp
Ecological Economics 54 (2-3), 209-226, 2005
Mitigation from a cross-sectoral perspectiv
T Barker, I Bashmakov, A Alharthi, M Ammann, L Cifuentes, J Drexhage, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2007
The effect of new technology on energy consumption
DC Popp
Resource and Energy Economics 23 (3), 215-239, 2001
Where does energy R&D come from? Examining crowding out from energy R&D
D Popp, R Newell
Energy economics 34 (4), 980-991, 2012
Time in purgatory: Determinants of the grant lag for US patent applications
D Popp, T Juhl, DKN Johnson
Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy 4 (1), Article 29, 2004
Innovation and climate policy
D Popp
Annual Reviews, 2010
R&D subsidies and climate policy: is there a “free lunch”?
D Popp
Climatic Change 77 (3-4), 311-341, 2006
ENTICE-BR: The effects of backstop technology R&D on climate policy models
D Popp
Energy Economics 28 (2), 188-222, 2006
International technology transfer, climate change, and the clean development mechanism
D Popp
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 5 (1), 131-152, 2011
Environmental policy vs. public pressure: Innovation and diffusion of alternative bleaching technologies in the pulp industry
D Popp, T Hafner, N Johnstone
Research Policy 20 (9), 1253-1268, 2011
The transition to endogenous technical change in climate-economy models: a technical overview to the innovation modeling comparison project
J Kohler, M Grubb, D Popp, O Edenhofer
The Energy Journal, 2006
Endogenizing technological change: Matching empirical evidence to modeling needs
WA Pizer, D Popp
Energy Economics 30 (6), 2754-2770, 2008
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