|Inequality, climate impacts on the future poor, and carbon prices|
F Dennig, MB Budolfson, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, RH Socolow
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (52), 15827-15832, 2015
|The impact of human health co-benefits on evaluations of global climate policy|
N Scovronick, M Budolfson, F Dennig, F Errickson, M Fleurbaey, W Peng, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 2095, 2019
|Impact of population growth and population ethics on climate change mitigation policy|
N Scovronick, MB Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (46), 12338-12343, 2017
|The inefficacy objection to consequentialism and the problem with the expected consequences response|
Philosophical Studies 176, 1711-1724, 2019
|The social cost of carbon: valuing inequality, risk, and population for climate policy|
M Fleurbaey, M Ferranna, M Budolfson, F Dennig, K Mintz-Woo, ...
The Monist 102 (1), 84-109, 2019
|The comparative importance for optimal climate policy of discounting, inequalities and catastrophes|
M Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, RH Socolow
Climatic Change 145, 481-494, 2017
|Climate action with revenue recycling has benefits for poverty, inequality and well-being|
M Budolfson, F Dennig, F Errickson, S Feindt, M Ferranna, M Fleurbaey, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (12), 1111-1116, 2021
|Deepening transparency about value-laden assumptions in energy and environmental modelling: improving best practices for both modellers and non-modellers|
J Bistline, M Budolfson, B Francis
Climate Policy 21 (1), 1-15, 2021
|Consumer ethics, harm footprints, and the empirical dimensions of food choices|
Philosophy comes to dinner: arguments over the ethics of eating, 163-181, 2015
|Non-cognitivism and rational inference|
Philosophical Studies 153, 243-259, 2011
|Is it wrong to eat meat from factory farms? If so, why?|
The moral complexities of eating meat, 30-47, 2015
|Optimal climate policy and the future of world economic development|
M Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, N Scovronick, A Siebert, D Spears, ...
The World Bank Economic Review 33 (1), 21-40, 2019
|Food, ethics, and society: an introductory text with readings.|
A Barnhill, M Budolfson, T Doggett
Food, ethics, and society: an introductory text with readings., 2016
|The Oxford handbook of food ethics|
A Barnhill, T Doggett, M Budolfson
Oxford University Press, 2018
|Broad cross-national public support for accelerated COVID-19 vaccine trial designs|
D Broockman, J Kalla, A Guerrero, M Budolfson, N Eyal, NP Jewell, ...
Vaccine 39 (2), 309-316, 2021
|What should we agree on about the repugnant conclusion?|
S Zuber, N Venkatesh, T Tännsjö, C Tarsney, HO Stefánsson, K Steele, ...
Utilitas 33 (4), 379-383, 2021
|Why the repugnant conclusion is inescapable|
M Budolfson, D Spears
Princeton University Climate Futures Initiative working paper, 2018
|Utilitarian benchmarks for emissions and pledges promote equity, climate and development|
MB Budolfson, D Anthoff, F Dennig, F Errickson, K Kuruc, D Spears, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (10), 827-833, 2021
|The importance of health co-benefits under different climate policy cooperation frameworks|
N Scovronick, D Anthoff, F Dennig, F Errickson, M Ferranna, W Peng, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (5), 055027, 2021
|Food, the environment, and global justice|
The Oxford handbook of food ethics, 67-94, 2018