Articles Tagged: W. David Montgomery

Using Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Intensity in the Developing World

Mar31 Using Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Intensity in the Developing World 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Developing Clean, Innovative Commercial Energy: Will Proposed Federal Subsidies Hurt or Help?

Jun13 Developing Clean, Innovative Commercial Energy: Will Proposed Federal Subsidies Hurt or Help? 12:00 am

Developing Clean, Innovative Commercial Energy: Will Proposed Federal Subsidies Hurt or Help?

A Washington Roundtable on Science and Public Policy

Creating Technologies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Intensity: Policy Options and Opportunities

Dr. David Montgomery concludes that the pricing structure of an emissions trading system actually undermines the incentives to invest in long-term R&D.

Potential For Reducing Carbon Emissions from Non-Annex B Countries through Changes in Technology

This paper demonstrates how increased investment and technology transfer could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from developing countries while promoting, rather than retarding, economic growth.  The paper develops a model of economic growth with embodied technology based on Solow (1960) and estimates parameters of the model from historical energy and economic statistics.  The estimated model is […]

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