Publications and Reports
In this section you will find papers, anthologies, and monographs published within the project. 

Earlier Publications

Berndt Rasmussen, K. (2013) Democracy and the Common Good: A Study of the Weighted Majority Rule. Doctoral thesis in practical philosophy, Stockholm: Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University.

· (2012) "Should the Probabilities Count?" Philosophical Studies 159: 205218.

· (2011) Are probabilities morally relevant? Philosophical Journal 32 (4): 2740.

 

Brennan, G. (2013) Explaining Norms, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

· (2010), Climate hopes: pious and otherwise, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 57th

· (2009) The Ethics of Economics and the Economics of Ethics, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. [with Giuseppe Eusepi]

· (2009) "Climate Change: A Rational Choice Politics View", Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53: 3, 305322.

· (2007), Discounting the Future, Yet Again, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 259,284th

 

Broome, J. (2017) "Trump and Climate Change", The Philosophers' Magazine, 76

· (2015) "Climate Change and the Ethics of Population", in Demography and Climate Change, edited by Franz Prettenthaler, Lukas Meyer and Wolfgang Polt, Joanneum Research, 2015, pp. 37-43

· (2015) "Climate Change: Life and Death" (2015), in Climate Change and Justice, edited by Jeremy Moss, Cambridge University Press, pp. 184-200

· (2014) "A Philosopher at the IPCC" (2014), The Philosophers' Magazine, 66 (2014), pp. 10-16

· (2012) Climate Matters. London: WW Norton

· (2004) Weighing Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

· (1999) Ethics out of Economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

· (1991) Weighing Goods. Oxford: Blackwell.

 

Bykvist, K. (forthcoming) Moral Uncertainty, together with Toby Words and Will MacAskill, Oxford University Press

· (2017) 'Moral uncertainty', Philosophy Compass, March 6,

· (2015) "Being and Wellbeing", in J. Olson & I. Hirose (eds.) Weighing and Reasoning. Themes from the Philosophy of John Broome. Oxford: Oxford University Press

· (2014) "Evaluative uncertainty and consequentialist environmental ethics", in L. Kahn & A. Hiller (eds.) Environmental ethics and consequentialism. London: Routledge.

· (2007) "The benefits of coming into existence", Philosophical Studies 135: 335362.

· (2007) "The Good, the Bad, and the Ethically Neutral", Economics and Philosophy 23: 97105.

· (2009) "Preference Formation and Intergenerational Justice", in A. Gosseries & L. Meyer (eds.) Intergenerational Justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Crisp, R., (2012) Future Generations, Sufficiency, and Biotechnology, Proceedings of the Carnegie Uehiro Oxford Conference: 3746.

· (2011) "In Defense of the Priority View: A Response to Otsuka and Voorhoeve", Utilitas 23 (1): 105108.

· (2009) "The Environment, Future Generations, and International Environ mental Law", in S. Besson and J. Tasioulas (eds), The Philosophy of International Law: 47390

· (2007) Neutrality and Pleasure, Economics and Philosophy 23: 8188.

· (2003) "Equality, Priority, and Compassion", Ethics 113: 745763.

 

Dasgupta, P. and Dasgupta, A. (2017), "Socially Embedded Preferences, Environmental Externalities, and Reproductive Rights", Population and Development Review, Sept, 2017.

· Dasgupta, P. (2010) Regarding Optimal Population, The Journal of Political Philosophy 13: 414442.

· (2004) Human Wellbeing and the Natural Environment. Revised edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press

· (1993) An Inquiry into Wellbeing and Destitution. Oxford: Clarendon.

· (1982) The Control of Resources. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

· Dasgupta, P. and G. Heal (1979) Economic Theory and Exhaustible Resources. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

 

Fairbrother, M. (2017) "When Will People Pay to Pollute? Environmental Taxes, Political Trust, and Experimental Evidence from Britain" British Journal of Political Science

· (2017) "Environmental Attitudes and the Politics of Distrust", Sociology Compass

· (2016) "Geoengineering, Moral Hazard, and Trust in Climate Science: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Britain", Climatic Change

· (2016) "Trust and Public Support for Environmental Protection in Miscellaneous National Contexts", Sociological Science

· (2016) "Externalities: Why Environmental Sociology Should Bring Them In" Environmental Sociology

 

Duus-Otterström, G. (2017). "Benefit from Injustice and the Common-Source Problem," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice

· (2016). "Allocating adaptation finance: examining three ethical arguments for recipient control," International Environmental Agreements, 16 (5): 655-670.

· Hjorthen, Fredrik D. & G. Duus-Otterström (2016). "Humanitarian Intervention and Historical Responsibility," Journal of Global Ethics, 12 (2): 187-203

· Brülde, B. and G. Duus-Otterström (2015). Climate Change: Justice, Politics and Responsibility of Individuals. Stockholm: Thales. 319 pages.

· Duus-Otterström, G. (2014). "Individual Climate Obligations and Non-Subsistence Emissions," Ethics, Policy & Environment, 17 (1): 27-30.

· Duus-Otterström, G. (2014). "Historical Emissions and Intergenerational Debts," Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 17 (4): 448-469

· Duus-Otterström, G. and S. Jagers, S. (2012). "Identifying burdens of coping with climate change: a typology of the duties of climate justice," Global Environmental Change, 22 (3): 746-753

· Duus-Otterström, G. (2012). "Weak and Strong Luck Egalitarianism," Contemporary Political Theory,

· Duus-Otterström, G. and S. Jagers (2011). "Why (Most) Climate Insurance Schemes are a Bad Idea," Environmental Politics, 20 (3): 322-339.

· Jagers, S. and G. Duus-Otterström (2008). "Dual Climate Change Responsibility. On Moral Divergences between Adaptation and Mitigation," Environmental Politics, 17 (4): 576-591. (Reprinted in Harris, PG (ed.), Ethics, Environmental Justice and Climate Change. Chelthenham: Edward Elgar, 2016.)

· Duus-Otterström, G and S. Jagers (2007). "Intergenerational Responsibility. Historic Emissions and Climate Change Adaptation", the Quality of Government Working Papers Series. ISSN. 1653-8919.

 

Heyward, C. & D. Roser (2016) (eds.) Climate Justice in a NonIdeal World, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

· Heyward, C. (2016) 'A Passport for the Territorially Dispossessed' in C. Heyward & D. Roser (eds.) Climate Justice and NonIdeal Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press (with J. Odalen).

· (2016) 'Adaptation', in A. & S. Gardiner (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Ethics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

· Page, Edward and Clare Heyward (2016) 'Compensation for Climatic Loss and Damage', Political Studies 64 (x).

· Heyward, C. (2014) 'Benefitting from Climate GeoGeneration and Corresponding Remedial Duties: The Case of Unforeseeable Harms', Journal of Applied Philosophy 31 (4): 405419.

· Heyward, C. (2013) A Growing Problem? Dealing with Population Increases in Climate J ustice '. Ethical Perspectives 19 (4): 703732.

· Rayner, Steve, Clare Heyward, Tim Kruger, Nick Pidgeon, Catherine Redgwell and Julian Savulescu (2013) 'The Oxford Principles'. Climatic Change 121 (3): 499-512. 

· Heyward, C. (2013) 'Situating and Abandoning Geoengineering: A Typology of Five Responses to Dangerous Climate Change'. PS: Political Science and Politics 46 (1): 23-27. 

· Heyward, C. (2008) 'Can the All-Affected Principle include Future Persons? Green Deliberative Democracy and the Non-Identity Problem '. Environmental Politics, 17 (4): 625-43. 

 

Huseby, R. (forthcoming): "Should We Relinquish or Distribute the Benefits of Injustice?" The Journal of Value Inquiry.

· (2016) "The Beneficiary Pays Principle and Luck Egalitarianism" Journal of Social Philosophy 47 (3): 332349.

· (2015) "Should the Beneficiaries Pay?" Politics, Philosophy & Economics 14 (2): 209225.

· (2013) "John Rawls and Climate Justice - An Amendment to The Law of Peoples," Environmental Ethics 35 (2): 227-243.

· (2012) Sufficiency and Population Ethics, Ethical Perspectives, 19 (2): 187206.

· (2010) "Personal Affecting Moral Theory, Nonidentity, and Future People," Environ mental Values, 19 (2): 193210.

· (2010) "Sufficiency - Restated and Defended," The Journal of Political Philosophy, 18 (2): 178197.

 

Kolk, Martin and Martin Hällsten (2017) "Demographic and educational success of lineages in northern Sweden" Population and Development Review, 43 (3): 491-51

· Kolk, Martin, Daniel Cownden and Magnus Enquist (2014) "Correlations in Fertility across Generations - Can Low Fertility Persist" Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281 (1779): 20132561

· Kolk, Martin (2014) "Multigenerational transmission of family size in contemporary Sweden" Population Studies, 68 (1): 111-129

 

Steele, K., (forthcoming) "The Diversity of Model Tuning Practices in Climate Science", with Charlotte Werndl, Philosophy of Science.

· (Forthcoming) "International Paretianism" and the question of feasible climate solutions, in Philosophy and Climate Change, Budolfson, M., McPherson, T. and Plunkett, D (ed.) Oxford University Press.

· (2015) "Making Climate Decisions", with Richard Bradley, Philosophy Compass 10 (11): 799-810.

· (2013) "Climate Models, Calibration and Confirmation", with Charlotte Werndl, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 64 (3): 609-635.

· (2011) "Environmental ethics and decision theory: fellow travelers or bitter enemies?", In Brown, Bryson and Laplante, Kevin and Peacock, Kent, (eds.) Philosophy of ecology. Handbook of the philosophy of science, Elsevier.

· (2010) "Modeling the moral dimension of decisions", with Mark Colyvan and Damian Cox, Noûs 44 (3): 503-529.

 

· Asheim, GB, Zuber, S. (2016). "Evaluation of Intergenerational Risks", Journal of Mathematical Economics, 65, 104-117.

· Bommier, A., Lanz, B., Zuber, S. (2015). "Models-as-usual for unusual risks" on the value of catastrophic climate change, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 71, 1-22.

· Fleurbaey, M., Zuber, S. (2015). "Discounting, risk and inequality: A general approach", Journal of Public Economics, 128, 34-49.

· Fleurbaey, M., Zuber, S. (2015). "Discounting beyond utilitarianism", Economics: The Open Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 9 (2015-12): 1-52.

· Asheim, GB, Zuber, S. (2014). "Escaping the repugnant conclusion: rank-discounted utilitarianism with variable population", Theoretical Economics, 9, 629-650.