Linus Mattauch
Linus Mattauch
Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School and Environmental Change Institute
Verified email at ouce.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
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Transport: A roadblock to climate change mitigation?
F Creutzig, P Jochem, OY Edelenbosch, L Mattauch, DP van Vuuren, ...
Science 350 (6263), 911-912, 2015
2492015
Making carbon pricing work for citizens
D Klenert, L Mattauch, E Combet, O Edenhofer, C Hepburn, R Rafaty, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (8), 669-677, 2018
1952018
Towards demand-side solutions for mitigating climate change
F Creutzig, J Roy, WF Lamb, IML Azevedo, WB De Bruin, H Dalkmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (4), 260, 2018
1862018
Closing the emission price gap
O Edenhofer, M Jakob, F Creutzig, C Flachsland, S Fuss, M Kowarsch, ...
Global environmental change 31, 132-143, 2015
862015
How to make a carbon tax reform progressive: The role of subsistence consumption
D Klenert, L Mattauch
Economics Letters 138, 100-103, 2016
602016
Avoiding carbon lock-in: policy options for advancing structural change
L Mattauch, F Creutzig, O Edenhofer
Economic modelling 50, 49-63, 2015
532015
Environmental taxation, inequality and Engel’s law: The double dividend of redistribution
D Klenert, G Schwerhoff, O Edenhofer, L Mattauch
Environmental and Resource Economics 71 (3), 605-624, 2018
39*2018
Happy or liberal? Making sense of behavior in transport policy design
L Mattauch, M Ridgway, F Creutzig
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 45, 64-83, 2016
382016
Financing public capital through land rent taxation: A macroeconomic henry george theorem
L Mattauch, J Siegmeier, O Edenhofer, F Creutzig
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2013
362013
Hypergeorgism: when is rent taxation as a remedy for insufficient capital accumulation socially optimal?
O Edenhofer, L Mattauch, J Siegmeier
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2013
34*2013
The concerns of the young protesters are justified: A statement by Scientists for Future concerning the protests for more climate protection
G Hagedorn, T Loew, SI Seneviratne, W Lucht, ML Beck, J Hesse, ...
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 28 (2), 79-87, 2019
252019
Infrastructure and inequality: Insights from incorporating key economic facts about household heterogeneity
D Klenert, L Mattauch, O Edenhofer, K Lessmann
Macroeconomic dynamics 22 (4), 864-895, 2018
232018
The fiscal benefits of stringent climate change mitigation: an overview
J Siegmeier, L Mattauch, M Franks, D Klenert, A Schultes, O Edenhofer
Climate Policy 18 (3), 352-367, 2018
19*2018
Capital beats coal: How collecting the climate rent increases aggregate investment
J Siegmeier, L Mattauch, O Edenhofer
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 88, 366-378, 2018
17*2018
Climate policy when preferences are endogenous—and sometimes they are
L Mattauch, C Hepburn
Midwest Studies in Philosophy 40, 76-95, 2016
172016
Overcoming wealth inequality by capital taxes that finance public investment
L Mattauch, D Klenert, JE Stiglitz, O Edenhofer
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
11*2018
Distributional effects of public investment when wealth and classes are back
L Mattauch, O Edenhofer, D Klenert, S Bénard
Metroeconomica 67 (3), 603-629, 2016
11*2016
Five Lessons from COVID-19 for Advancing Climate Change Mitigation
D Klenert, F Funke, L Mattauch, B O'Callaghan
Available at SSRN 3622201, 2020
92020
Pigou pushes preferences: decarbonisation and endogenous values
L Mattauch, C Hepburn, N Stern
CESifo Working Paper, 2018
62018
Steering the climate system: Using inertia to lower the cost of policy: Comment
L Mattauch, HD Matthews, R Millar, A Rezai, S Solomon, F Venmans
American Economic Review 110 (4), 1231-37, 2020
5*2020
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