BA (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), MSc (LSE), PhD (Boston)
Professor DAVID STERN, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. Professor Stern specialises in energy and environmental economics focusing on the role of energy in economic growth and climate change. Other areas of interest include citation analysis, meta-analysis, and climate modelling.
Associate Editor, Ecological Economics
Editorial Board, The Energy Journal
Editorial Advisory Board, Nature Energy
Editorial Advisory Board, Open Economics
Lead Author, IPCC Working Group III, 2011-14
Associate Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2002-2007
Stern D. I., R. Gerlagh, and P. J. Burke (2017) Modeling the emissions-income relationship using long-run growth rates, Environment and Development Economics 22(6), 699-724.
Stern D. I. (2017) How accurate are energy intensity projections? Climatic Change 143, 537-545.
Stern D. I. and J. van Dijk (2017) Economic growth and global particulate pollution concentrations, Climatic Change 142, 391-406.
Stern D. I. (2017) The environmental Kuznets curve after 25 years, Journal of Bioeconomics 19, 7-28.
Ma C. and D. I. Stern (2016) Long-run estimates of interfuel and interfactor elasticities, Resource and Energy Economics 46, 114-130.
Bruns S. B. and D. I. Stern (2016) Research assessment using early citation information, Scientometrics 108, 917-935.