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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Dr Terry Barker

Dr Terry Barker

Senior Department Fellow, Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research (4CMR)


Office Phone: 64878

Key Publications

Journal articles:     

  • Terry Barker, Annela Anger, Unnada Chewpreecha, and  Hector Pollitt (2012), ‘A new economics approach to modelling policies to  achieve global 2020 targets for climate stabilisation’, forthcoming in a   Special Issue on ‘Economic Policies of the New Thinking in Economics’ in the International Review of Applied Economics,  vol. 26, no. 2 (March 2012)     
  • S. Şerban Scrieciu,  Terry Barker and Frank Ackerman (2011), ‘Pushing the boundaries of climate  economics: Critical issues to consider in climate policy analysis’, in a  Special Issue of Ecological Economics doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2011.10.016     
  • Terry Barker (2011), ‘Towards  new thinking in economics’,An interview with introduction by Şerban  Scrieciu, World Economics, 12:1, January-March, pp. 115-144.     
  • Barker, Terry, Annela Anger, Olivier Dessens, Hector  Pollitt,   Helen Rogers, Serban  Scrieciu,  Rod Jones and John Pyle (2010), ‘Integrated  modelling of climate control and air pollution: methodology and results from  one-way coupling of an energy-environment-economy (E3MG) and atmospheric  chemistry model (p-TOMCAT) in decarbonising scenarios for Mexico to 2050’,Environmental Science and Policy. 13: 661-670.doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2010.09.008      
  • Dagoumas, Athanasios and Terry Barker  (2010) ‘Pathways to a low-carbon economy for the UK with the  macro-econometric E3MG model’, Energy Policy 38:6, pp. 3067-3077.      
  • Barker, Terry and  Serban Scrieciu, (2010), Modeling low  stabilization with E3MG: towards a “New Economics” approach to simulating  Energy-Environment-Economy system dynamics’, Energy Journal Special Issue on “The Economics of Low  Stabilisation”, January, pp.137-164.     
  • Barker, Terry, Annela Anger, Olivier Dessens, Hector  Pollitt, Helen Rogers, Serban  Scrieciu,  Rod Jones and John Pyle ‘Integrated  modelling of climate control and air pollution: methodology and results from  one-way coupling of an energy-environment-economy (E3MG) and atmospheric  chemistry model (p-TOMCAT) in decarbonising scenarios for Mexico to 2050’,Environmental Science and Policy. 13: 661-670. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2010.09.008     
  • Pollitt, H. and Barker, T. (2009) ‘Modelling the financial crisis with the  global, econometric E3MG model’, Icfai University Journal of Applied  Economics, Vol.VIII, Nos. 5 & 6, Sep-Nov, pp.5-31.     
  • Barker, T. and Scrieciu, S.Ş. (2009) ‘Unilateral climate change  mitigation, carbon leakage and competitiveness: an application to the  European Union’, Int. J. Global  Warming, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp.405–417.     
  • Barker, T., Ekins, P., Junankar, S., Pollitt, H. and Summerton, P  (2009) ‘The competitiveness effects of European environmental fiscal  reforms’, European  Review of Energy Markets - volume 3, issue 1, April.      
  • Barker, Terry, Athanasios Dagoumas and Jonathan Rubin  (2009) ‘The  macroeconomic rebound effect and the world economy’. Energy Efficiency doi: 10.1007/s12053-009-9053-y     
  • Barker, Terry, S.Serban Scrieciu  and David Taylor (2008)  ‘Climate change, social justice and development’, Development, 2008, 51: 317-324. doi:10.1057/dev.2008.33     
  • Barker, T. (2008) ‘Achieving the EU’s 2˚C target through carbon  trading’, Environmental Chemistry Group Bulletin, The Royal  Society of Chemistry, UK.     
  • Barker, T. (2008) ‘The economics of avoiding dangerous climate change. An  editorial essay on The Stern Review’, Climatic Change” 89:173-194.  doi: 10.1007/s10584-008-9433-x     
  • Barker, T. and Dagoumas, A. (2008) ‘A framework for transport: towards  decarbonising transport’, Green Alliance pamphlet on “Is there more to life  than trading?”,IPPR, London.     
  • Barker, T., Dagoumas, A. and Rubin, J. (2008) 'The macroeconomic  rebound effect and the world economy', Energy Efficiency.     
  • Barker, T., Foxon, T. and Scrieciu, Ş. S. (2008), ‘Achieving the G8 50%  target: modelling induced and accelerated technological change using  the macro-econometric model E3MG’, Climate Policy Special Issue on  ‘Modelling long-term scenarios for low-carbon societies’, 8: S30-S45.     
  • Barker, T. and Rubin, J. (2008) ‘Macroeconomic effects of climate  policies for road transport: Efficiency agreements versus fuel taxation  for the UK, 2000-2010.’ Transportation Research Record 2017: 54-60.     
  • Barker, T., Scrieciu, Ş. S. and Taylor, D. (2008) ‘Climate change, social  justice and development’, Development, 51: 317-324.  doi:10.1057/dev.2008.33     
  • Hasselmann, K. and Barker, T. (2008) ‘The Stern Review and the IPCC  Fourth Assessment Report: implications for interaction between  policymakers and climate experts’, 89:219-229.     
  • Köhler, J., T. Barker, T., and Ying Jin (2008) ‘Integrated Modelling of  EU Transport Policy Assessing Economic Growth Impacts from Social  Marginal Cost Pricing and Infrastructure Investment’ Journal of Transport Economics and  Policy, 42(1): 1–21.     
  • Warren, R. (lead author),de la Nava  Santos, S., Bane, M., Barker, T., Barton, C., Ford, R., Fuessel, Hans-Martin, Klein, Rupert,  Linstead, C., Köhler, J.,  Mitchell, T., Osborn, T.J., Pan, H., Raper,  S,  Riley, G., Winne, S., and Anderson, D. (2008) ‘Development of the  Community Integrated Assessment System (CIAS), a multi-institutional  modular integrated assessment approach for modelling climate change,  and of SoftIAM, its supporting software’ Environmental  Modelling and Software, 5: 592-610.     
  • Barker, T., Junankar, S., Pollitt, H. and Summerton, P. (2007) ‘Carbon  leakage from unilateral environmental tax reforms in Europe,  1995-2005’, Energy Policy, 35:6281-6292.     
  • Barker, T., Ekins, P. and Foxon, T.  (2007) ‘The macroeconomic rebound  effect and the UK  economy’, Energy Policy 35: 4935–4946.     
  • Barker, T., and Rubin, J., (2007) ‘Macroeconomic Effects of Climate  Policies for Road Transport: Efficiency Agreements Versus Fuel Taxation  for the UK, 2000-2010’, Transportation Research Record 2017, 54-60.     
  • Barker, T., Ekins, P. and Foxon, T. (2007) ‘Macroeconomic effects of  efficiency policies for energy-intensive industries: The case of the UK  Climate Change Agreements, 2000-2010.’ Energy Economics 29(4): 760-778, [ISSN:  0140-9883, doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2006.12.008     
  • Köhler, J., Barker, T., Pan, H., Agnolucci, P., Ekins, P., Foxon, T.,  Anderson, D., Winne, S., Dewick, P., Miozzo, M., Green, K. (2007) ‘New  Lessons for Technology Policy and Climate Change: Investment for  Innovation: a briefing document for policymakers’, Climate Policy 7 156–161.     
  • Barker, T., Pan, H., Köhler, J., Warren, R., Winne, S. (2006) ‘Decarbonizing the Global Economy with Induced Technological Change:  Scenarios to 2100 using E3MG’, The  Energy Journal 27: 241-258.     
  • Barker, T. and de-Ramon, S (2006) ‘Testing the representative agent  assumption: the distribution of parameters in a large-scale model of  the EU 1972-98’, Applied Economic Letters, 13:395-398.     
  • Köhler, J., Barker, T.,  Anderson, D. and Pan, H (2006) ‘Combining  energy technology dynamics and macroeconometrics: the E3MG model for  climate stabilization scenarios’ for The Energy Journal Special Issue  on bottom-up and top-down modeling, 113-133.     
  • Barker, Terry, Haoran Pan, Jonathan Köhler, Rachel Warren, and Sarah  Winne (2006) ‘Decarbonizing the Global Economy with Induced  Technological Change: Scenarios to 2100 using E3MG’, The  Energy Journal 27: 241-258.     

Chapters in Books:     

  • Barker, T. (2009) ‘Will the reconstruction of the global economy be  positive for mitigating climate change?’ in Building a low carbon  future: the politics of climate change edited by Anthony Giddens, Simon  Latham, and Roger Liddle, Policy Network, London. http://politicsofclimatechange.wordpress.com/publication/     
  • Barker, T., De-Ramon, S. and Pollitt, H (2009) 'Revenue recycling and  labour markets: effects on costs of policies for sustainability', in  (eds) V. Bosetti, R. Gerlagh and S. Schleicher, Modeling Transitions to  Sustainable Development, Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.     
  • Barker, T., Junankar, S., Pollitt, H. and Summerton, P (forthcoming)  ‘Carbon leakage from unilateral environmental tax reforms in Europe,  1995-2005’, in (eds) MS. Andersen and P. Ekins, Carbon-Energy Taxation:  Lessons from Europe, Oxford University Press.     
  • Barker, T., Junankar, S., Pollitt, H., and Summerton, P. (2009) 'The  macroeconomic effects of unilateral environmental tax reforms in  Europe, 1995-2012' in "Innovation, Technology and Employment: Impacts  of Environmental Fiscal Reforms and Other Market-Based Instruments",  edited volume "Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation VOL VI",  Oxford University Press.     
  • Fisher, B.S., N. Nakicenovic, K. Alfsen, J. Corfee Morlot, F. de la  Chesnaye, J.-Ch. Hourcade, K. Jiang, M. Kainuma, E. La Rovere, A.   Matysek, A. Rana, K. Riahi, R. Richels, S. Rose, D. van Vuuren, R.  Warren, (2007): Issues related to mitigation in the long term context,  In Climate Change 2007: Mitigation. Contribution of Working Group III  to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Inter- Governmental Panel on  Climate Change [B. Metz, O.R. Davidson, P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer (eds)], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New  York, NY, USA.     
  • Barker, T. (2008) ‘Climate policy: issues and opportunities’, Chapter 1 in  (eds) Hugh Compston and Ian Bailey Turning Down the Heat: The Politics of  Climate Policy in Affluent Democracies, Palgrave.     
  • Barker, T., I. Bashmakov, A. Alharthi, M. Amann, L. Cifuentes, J.  Drexhage, M. Duan, O. Edenhofer, B. Flannery, M. Grubb, M. Hoogwijk, F.  I. Ibitoye, C. J. Jepma, W.A. Pizer, K. Yamaji, ‘Mitigation from a  cross-sectoral perspective’ Chapter 11 in Climate Change 2007:  Mitigation. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth  Assessment  Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [B. Metz, O.R.  Davidson, P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer (eds)], Cambridge University  Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.     
  • Summary for Policymakers’ of Climate Change 2007: Mitigation (Metz, B., Ogunlade, D.,  Meyer, L. eds.) IPCC Working Group III,  Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007. (with others)   
  •  ‘Technical Summary’ of Climate Change 2007: Mitigation (Metz, B., Ogunlade, D.,  Meyer, L. eds.) IPCC Working Group III,  Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007. (with others)     

Published Reports, Newspaper Articles and Other Reports:     

  • Terry Barker, Mark Kenber, Serban Scrieciu and Damian Ryan (lead  authors) (2009) ‘Cutting the Cost: the Economic Benefits of  Collaborative Climate Action’, Report for The Climate Group in the  series “Breaking the Climate Deadlock”, September.     
  • Barker,  T. (2008) ‘Briefing Paper: The Macroeconomic Effects of the Transition  to a Low-Carbon Economy’, The Climate Group “Breaking the Climate  Deadlock”, July.     
  • Barker, T. (2008) ‘The economics  of avoiding dangerous climate change’, Tyndall Working Paper 117. 2008.  http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/publications/working_papers/twp117_summary.shtml     
  • Barker, T. and Jenkins, K. (2007) ‘The Costs of Avoiding Dangerous  Climate Change: Estimates derived from a meta-analysis of the   literature’, A Briefing Paper for the United Nations Human Development Report.     
  • Barker, T. and Jenkins, K. (2007) ‘The domestic energy submodel in  MDM-E3’, UK Energy Research Centre Working Paper.  UKERC/WP/ESM/2007/008.     
  • Barker, T. and Foxon, T. (2006) ‘The Macro-economic Rebound Effect and  the UK Economy’, UK Energy Research Centre Working Paper, 6.     
  • Barker, T., Pan, H., Köhler, J., Warren, R. and Winne, S. (2006)  ‘Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change by Inducing Technological Progress:  Scenarios Using a Large-Scale Econometric Model’, Working Paper No. 77.     
  • Barker, T., Qureshi, M. S. and Köhler, J. (2006) ‘The Costs of   Greenhouse Gas Mitigation with Induced Technological Change: A  Meta-Analysis of Estimates in the Literature’, Tyndall Working Paper  89.
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