Ian Sue Wing
Ian Sue Wing
Associate Professor, Dept. of Earth & Environment, Boston University
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TitleCited byYear
Computable general equilibrium models and their use in economy-wide policy analysis
IS Wing
Joint Program on the Science and Policy of the Global Change, Technical paper 6, 2004
Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology
TF Keenan, J Gray, MA Friedl, M Toomey, G Bohrer, DY Hollinger, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (7), 598, 2014
Explaining the declining energy intensity of the US economy
IS Wing
Resource and Energy Economics 30 (1), 21-49, 2008
The synthesis of bottom-up and top-down approaches to climate policy modeling: Electric power technologies and the cost of limiting US CO2 emissions
IS Wing
Energy Policy 34 (18), 3847-3869, 2006
The synthesis of bottom-up and top-down approaches to climate policy modeling: Electric power technology detail in a social accounting framework
IS Wing, JP on the Science, MIT Policy of Global Change
Energy Economics 30 (2), 547-573, 2008
Representing induced technological change in models for climate policy analysis
IS Wing
Energy Economics 28 (5-6), 539-562, 2006
Absolute versus intensity-based emission caps
AD Ellerman, IS Wing
Climate Policy 3 (sup2), S7-S20, 2003
Adjustment time, capital malleability and policy cost
HD Jacoby, IS Wing
The Energy Journal, 73-92, 1999
Supplementarity: an invitation to monopsony?
AD Ellerman, IS Wing
The Energy Journal, 29-59, 2000
Economic consequences of pollinator declines: a synthesis
DM Bauer, IS Wing
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39 (3), 368-383, 2010
Cities, traffic, and CO2: A multidecadal assessment of trends, drivers, and scaling relationships
CK Gately, LR Hutyra, IS Wing
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (16), 4999-5004, 2015
A bottom up approach to on-road CO2 emissions estimates: Improved spatial accuracy and applications for regional planning
CK Gately, LR Hutyra, IS Wing, MN Brondfield
Environmental science & technology 47 (5), 2423-2430, 2013
Computable general equilibrium models for the analysis of energy and climate policies
IS Wing
Prepared for the International Handbook of Energy Economics, 2007
Absolute vs. intensity limits for CO2 emission control: performance under uncertainty
I Sue Wing, AD Ellerman, J Song
MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, 2006
Second-best instruments for near-term climate policy: Intensity targets vs. the safety valve
M Webster, IS Wing, L Jakobovits
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 59 (3), 250-259, 2010
The implications of the historical decline in US energy intensity for long-run CO2 emission projections
IS Wing, RS Eckaus
Energy Policy 35 (11), 5267-5286, 2007
Accounting for quality: Issues with modeling the impact of R&D on economic growth and carbon emissions in developing economies
K Fisher-Vanden, IS Wing
Energy Economics 30 (6), 2771-2784, 2008
Overview of the ARkStorm scenario
K Porter, I Sue Wing
USGS, 2011
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Emission leakage and the effectiveness of interstate border adjustments
IS Wing, M Kolodziej
Mimeo, 2009
Decomposing the impact of alternative technology sets on future carbon emissions growth
K Fisher-Vanden, K Schu, IS Wing, K Calvin
Energy Economics 34, S359-S365, 2012
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