Robert Marks' papers on energy & environmental policy

  1. Marks, R.E. (1972) "Economics and the Environment," a revision of part of the report of Working Group III, of the Tenth Annual U.N. Graduate Study Programme, Geneva, June. Here.
    I was the Stanford University representative at the Programme. (Note that this was written several years before I became aware of the Greenhouse Gas effect of burning fossil fuels.)

  2. Marks, R.E. (1976) Rapporteur of the Economics of Natural Resources Conference, jointly sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the Center for Research in the Economics of Energy Resources, Stanford University, July 23 - 24, 1976, at the NBER West, Stanford. Here.

  3. Marks, R.E. (1979) Non-Renewable Resources and Disequilibrium Macrodynamics, (New York: Garland Publishing), xii, 335 p.

  4. Marks, R.E. and J.L. Sweeney (1980) The competitive pricing of non-renewable natural resources, presented at the 1979 Western Economic Association Meetings, Las Vegas, Energy Modeling Forum Occasional Paper OP 8.1, Stanford University, (July).

  5. Marks, R.E. (1981) Macro-economic effects of the import parity pricing of oil, presented at the Tenth Conference of Economists, Canberra, (August). Here.

  6. Marks, R.E. and J.L. Sweeney (1983) Expectations and the Hotelling Rule, presented at the 1983 Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Canberra, AGSM Working Paper 83-005, (February). Here. Here.

  7. Marks, R.E. (1983) Energy, output, and employment in the short run, presented at the 1979 Econometric Society Meetings, Atlanta, AGSM Working Paper 83-030, (October). Here.

  8. Marks, R.E. (1986) Energy issues and policies in Australia, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 11: 47-75. Here.

  9. Marks, R.E. and R. Ball (1986) Short-term supply side instability in the oil market, presented at the Fifteenth Conference of Economists, Melbourne, AGSM Working Paper 86-023, (September). Here.

  10. Marks, R.E. and P.L. Swan (1987) Property rights and implicit discount rates in the world oil market, in: The Changing World Energy Economy: Papers and Proceedings of the Eighth Annual North American Conference, November 10-21, 1986, edited by D. O. Wood, (Cambridge, Mass.: International Association of Energy Economists), pp.525-530. A revised version, The Irrelevance of OPEC: Property Rights and Implicit Discount Rates in the World Oil Market. Here.

  11. Marks, R.E. (1989) Towards 2000: Australian energy policy and conservation, Energy Exploration & Exploitation, 7(1): 37-50. Here.

  12. Marks, R.E., P.L. Swan, P. McLennan, R. Schodde, P.B. Dixon and D.T. Johnson, (1989) The Economic Consequences for Australia of the Adoption of the Toronto Proposal for Carbon Dioxide Emissions, (Melbourne: CRA Ltd.), (September).

  13. Marks, R.E. (1989) Proposals for reducing carbon dioxide emissions produced by Australian energy use, Briefing Paper on Individualism and Collectivism: How Will Sustainability Affect the Roles of the Public and Private Sectors? in Sustainable Policies and Making Them Work, A National Two-Day Conference, UNSW (9-10 November)

  14. Marks, R.E. (1990) Testimony before the Senate Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology's reference on Reducing the Impact of the Greenhouse Effect, Official Hansard Report, pp. 818-982, Canberra (June 26).

  15. Marks, R.E. and P.L. Swan (1990) Abatement: global action, Australian road transport, and macroeconomic costs, in Greenhouse and Energy, ed. by D.J. Swaine, (Melbourne: CSIRO Australia), pp. 107-118. Here.

  16. Marks, R.E. (1990) Carbon taxes and road transport, in Vehicles: Energy and Environmental Impacts, Proceedings of the Seminar held on October 10, 1990, (Kensington: Energy Research, Development and Information Centre, University of New South Wales), (November).

  17. Marks, R.E., P.L. Swan, P. McLennan, R. Schodde, P.B. Dixon, and D.T. Johnson, (1991) The cost of Australian carbon dioxide abatement, The Energy Journal, 12(2), 135-152, (April), plus a Corrigendum, The Energy Journal, 12(4), 149-150. Here.

  18. Marks, R.E. (1991) Australian energy policy and conservation, in Energy Systems, Management and Economics: Selected Papers from the IFAC/IFORS/IAEE Symposium, cosponsored by the International Federation of Automatic Control, the International Federation of Operational Research Societies, and the International Association of Energy Economists, Tokyo, 25-27 October 1989, IFAC Symposia Series, 1990. No. 14, ed. by Y. Nishikawa, Y. Kaya, and K. Yamaji, (Oxford: Pergamon Press for the IFAC), pp.409-415. Here. and Here.

  19. Marks, R.E. (1991) Reducing carbon dioxide emissions from Australian energy use, The Science of the Total Environment, 108(1-2): 111-121, (October). Here.

  20. Marks, R.E. (1992) Finding the middle ground: the use of market incentives to protect the environment, in Enviromine Australia Proceedings: Conference at Taronga Zoo, March 13-22, 1992, Volume 3, Abstracts and Supplementary Papers, ed. by J.E. Epps, D.P. Woodside, and D.R. O'Neill, (Sydney: The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; The Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales). Here.

  21. Marks, R.E. and Swan, P.L. (1993) Exhaustibility and the reserves/production ratio, Economics Letters, 42(1): 117-119. Here.

  22. Marks, R.E. (1994) Energy policy research at Stanford University, in ERDIC Annual Report 1993, (Kensington: Energy Research Development and Information Centre, UNSW) pp. 39-43.

  23. Marks R.E. (1998) Competition and common property, AGSM Working Paper 98-003, (February). Here.

  24. Lawrance A.B., Marks R.E. (2000) Duration analysis in the Australian coal industry, Here.

  25. Marks R.E. (2002), Direct and derived policies: illicit drug use and greenhouse gas emissions in Australia, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 4(1): 51-74, March. Here.

  26. Marks R.E. (2003) Using market-based instruments to protect Port Hacking, presented at the Coastal Solutions Forum 2003, Cronulla, November 15. Here.

  27. Marks R.E. (2006) Lies & Statistics: Energy self-sufficiency for Australia is not what matters, Australian Financial Review, May 20-21, p.63. Here

  28. Lawrance, A.B., and Marks R.E. (2008), Firm size distribution in an industry with constrained resources, Applied Economics, 40(12): 1595-1607, June. Here.

  29. Lawrance, A.B., and Marks R.E. (2008), Survival of firms and plants in a supply-constrained industry, UNSW School of Economics Working Paper, Nov. 2008. Here.

  30. Solow, R.M., and Marks R.E. (2017), A Preface by Bob Solow and a Preface by the author, for my republished 1978 Ph.D. dissertation, Non-Renewable Resources and Disequilibrium Macrodynamics. Here.

  31. Marks, R.E. (2018) Non-Renewable Resources and Disequilibrium Macrodynamics, London: Routledge, 354 p. (Reprinted version of my 1978 Stanford dissertation, with a new Preface by Robert Solow, here..) (Routledge Library Editions: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics) (Volume 9)