Publications and Reports

First Project Reports

Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations: Vol. I. Working paper series 2019:1–11. Editors: Paul Bowman & Katharina Berndt Rasmussen. Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

Report and Self-Evaluation of the Program Climate Ethics and Future Generations (2019). Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

Research Publications by the Program’s Researchers

Andric, V. (forthcoming). Consequentialism and robust goods. Utilitas.
Andric, V. (forthcoming). Hedonism, desirability and the incompleteness objection. Thought.
Arrhenius, G. (2018). Climate change, risk, and population. In Global Warming, Global Ethics. Shiizukobundoshobo Co. Ltd.
Arrhenius, G., & Campbell, T. (2018). The problem of optimal population size. In International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP). (ed.). Rethinking Society for the 21st Century. Cambridge University Press.
Arrhenius, G. (forthcoming). Population paradoxes without transitivity. In Arrhenius G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Arrhenius, G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). (forthcoming 2020). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Arrhenius, G., Budolfson, M., & Spears, D. (forthcoming). Does climate change policy depend importantly on population ethics? Oxford University Press.
Arrhenius G., and Mosquera J. (2019). Positive egalitarianism. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. 1. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Bäckstrand, K., Zelli, F., & Schleifer, P. (2018). Legitimacy and accountability in polycentric climate governance. In Jordan, A. et al. (eds.). Governing Climate Change. Polycentricity in Action. Cambridge University Press.
Bäckstrand, K., Tallberg, J., & Scholte, J. (2018). Legitimacy in Global Governance: Sources, Processes and Effects. Oxford University Press.
Bäckstrand, K. & Nasiritousi, N. (2019). International climate policy in the post Paris era. Nordic Environmental Policy Review.
Berndt Rasmussen, K., & Algander, P. (2019). Asymmetry and non-identity. Utilitas, 1–18.
Bowman, P. (2019). On the alleged insufficiency of the Polluter Pays Principle.In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Broome, J. (2018). Efficiency and future generations. Economics and Philosophy, 34 (2), 221-241.
Broome, J. (2019). Against denialism. The Monist, 102 (1), 110-129.
Broome, J. (2019). Climate change and value. The Monist Special Edition.
Broome, J. (2019). Lessons from economics. In White, M. D. (ed.). Oxford Handbook of Ethics and Economics (pp. 585-608). Oxford University Press.
Broome, J. (forthcoming). Loosening the betterness ordering of lives: A response to Rabinowicz. In Arrhenius, G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Broome, J. (2019). Philosophy in the IPCC. In Brister E., & Frodeman, R. (eds.). Philosophy for the Real World.
Bykvist, K. (2018). Some critical comments on Zimmerman’s Ignorance and Moral Obligation. Journal of Moral Philosophy, 15(4), 383-400.
Bykvist, K. (forthcoming). Consequentialism, ignorance, and uncertainty. In Portmore, D. (ed.). Oxford handbook on consequentialism. Oxford University Press.
Bykvist, K., MacAskill, W., & Ord, T. (2019). Moral uncertainty. Oxford University Press.
Bykvist, K. (forthcoming). Evaluative uncertainty and population ethics. In Arrhenius, G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Bykvist, K. (2019). Person-affecting and non-identity. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. II. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Bykvist, K., & Campbell, T. (2019). Persson's merely possible persons. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (ed.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. II. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Bykvist, K. (2019). Moral uncertainty. In LaFollette, H. (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell.
Bykvist, K. (2019). Rational decision under radical unawareness. Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia.
Campbell, T. (forthcoming). Personal identity and impersonal ethics. In McMahan, J. (ed.). Festschrift for Derek Parfit. Oxford University Press.
Campbell, T. (2019). The bullet-biting response to the non-identity problem. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I.Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Campbell, T. (2019). Healthcare rationing and the badness of death. In Gamlund, E. & Tollef-Solberg, C. (eds.). Saving People from the Harm of Death (pp. 255-266). Oxford University Press.
Campbell, T. (2019). Review of Meghan Sullivan, Time Biases: A Theory of Rational Planning and Personal Persistence. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Crisp, R. (2018). Against partiality. Lindley Lecture Series. University of Kansas.
Crisp, R., & Kringelbach, M. (2018). Higher and lower pleasures revisited: Evidence from neuroscience. Neuroethics, 11(2), 211-215.
Crisp, R. (2018). Prudential and moral reasons. In Star, D. (ed.). Oxford Handbook of Reasons and Normativity (pp. 800-820). Oxford University Press.
Duus-Otterström, G. (2018). Consumption-based emissions accounting: The normative debate. Environmental Politics.
Duus-Otterström, G. (2018). Fair-play obligations and distributive injustice. European Journal of Political Theory.
Duus-Otterström, G. (2019). Sovereign states in the greenhouse: Does jurisdiction speak against consumption-based emissions accounting. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Finneron-Burns, E. (forthcoming). State pension schemes and the duties of retirees. In Gardiner, S. (ed.). Oxford Handbook of Intergenerational Justice. Oxford University Press.
Finneron-Burns, E. (2019). Review of Diana Coole,Should We Control World Population? Ethics & International Affairs, 33(1).
Finneron-Burns, E. (2018). The intergenerational original position. Social Theory & Practice, 43(4), 805-823.
Herlitz, A. (forthcoming). Non-transitive better than relations and rational choice. Philosophia.
Herlitz, A. (forthcoming). Stable and unstable choices. Economics and Philosophy.
Herlitz, A. (2019). Nondeterminacy, two-step models and justified choice. Ethics, 129(2), 284-308.
Herlitz, A. (2019). Nondeterminacy and population ethics. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I.Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Herlitz, A., & Hassoun, N. (2019). Climate change and sustainable development: How to think about justice between states and individuals. In Kanbur, R., & Shue, H. (eds.). Climate Justice: Integrating Economics and Philosophy. Oxford University Press.
Herlitz, A., & Andersson, H. (2019). A more plausible collapsing principle. Theoria, 84(4), 325-336.
Huseby, R. (2019). The Luck egalitarian trilemma – Accepting exploitation? Social Theory & Practice, 45(1), 1-19.
Huseby, R. (2018). Should we relinquish or distribute the fruits of injustice? Journal of Value Inquiry, 52(2), 213-225.
Huseby, R. (2018). In or out? On benevolent absolutisms in The Law of Peoples. Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, 13(2), 154-178.
Kolk, M. (2019). How does birth order and number of siblings affect fertility? A within-family comparison using Swedish Register Data. European Journal of Population.
Kolk, M. (2019). Period and cohort measures of internal migration. Population.
Kolk, M. (2019). Weak support for a U-shaped pattern between societal gender equality and fertility when comparing societies across time. Demographic Research, 40, 27-48.
Kolk, M. (2019). Demographic theory and population ethics– relationships between population size and population growth.In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Kolk, M., & Barclay, K. (2019). Parity and mortality: An examination of different explanatory mechanisms using data on biological and adoptive parents. European Journal of Population, 35(1), 63-85.
Kolk, M., & Barclay, K. (2019). Cognitive ability and fertility amongst Swedish men born 1951-1967. Evidence from military conscription registers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The Royal Society Publishing.
Kolk, M., Barclay, K., & Molitoris, J. (2019). When birth spacing does and does not matter for child survival: An international comparison using the DHS. Demography.
Kolk, M., & Barclay, K. (2018). Birth Intervals and Health in Adulthood: A Comparison of Siblings using Swedish Register Data. Demography, 55(3), 929–955.
Kolk, M., & Kridahl, L. (2018). Retirement coordination in opposite-sex and same-sex married couples: Evidence from Swedish registers. Advances in Life Course Research, 38, 22-36.
Kolk, M., & Dahlberg, J. (2018). Explaining Swedish Sibling Similarity in Fertility – Parental Fertility Behavior vs. Social Background. Demographic Research, 39, 884-893.
Mosquera, J. (forthcoming). Population ethics and disability. In Arrhenius, G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Mosquera, J. (forthcoming). Why inflicting disability is wrong. The Mere Difference View and the causation-based objection. In Cureton, A. & Wasserman, D. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Disability. Oxford University Press.
Mosquera, J. (forthcoming). Justicia intergeneracional. In Gonzalez Ricoy, I., & Queralt, J. (eds.). Manual de Filosofia Politica.
Mosquera, J. (forthcoming). Review of Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, Relational Egalitarianism: Living as Equals. Utilitas.
Page, E. (2018). Environmental justice and sustainability. In Brown, C. and Eckersley, R. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of International Political Theory. Oxford University Press.
Rabinowicz, W. (forthcoming). Getting personal – The intuition of neutrality re-interpreted. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. II.Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Rabinowicz, W. (2019). Can Parfit’s Appeal to Incommensurabilities Block the Continuum Argument for the Repugnant Conclusion? In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I.Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Roberts, M.A. (forthcoming). A post-population ethics reconstruction of Reasons and Persons Part IV. In Sauchellie, A. (ed.). Parfit's Reasons and Persons: An Introduction and Critical Inquiry. Routledge.
Roberts, M.A. (forthcoming). Boonin and nonidentity:  Too narrow on the facts?  Too narrow on the theory? Law, Ethics and Philosophy, Symposium Issue.
Roberts, M.A. (forthcoming). The better chance puzzle and the value of existence:  A defense of person-based consequentialism. In Arrhenius, G., Bykvist, K., Campbell, T., & Finneron-Burns, E. (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Population Ethics. Oxford University Press.
Roberts, M.A. (2019). Does the additional worth-having existence make things better?In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I.Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Roberts, M.A. (2019). The nonidentity problem. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Zalta, E. (ed.). Available: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/nonidentity-problem/
Scovronick N., Budolfson, M., F. Dennig, F. Errickson, M. Fleurbaey, W. Peng, R.H. Socolow, D. Spears & F. Wagner, "The impact of human health co-benefits on evaluations of global climate policy", Nature Communications 2019 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-09499-x
Spears, D., & Budolfson, M. (forthcoming). Population momentum, population ethics, and the prospects for fertility policy as climate mitigation policy. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. II. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Spears, D. (2019). Air: Pollution, Climate Change and India’s Choice Between Policy and Pretense. Harper Collins.
Spears, D. et al. (2019). The impact of human health co-benefits on evaluations of global climate policy. Nature Communications.
Steele, K. (2019). ‘’International Paretianism’ and the question of ‘feasible’ climate solutions. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies.
Stefánsson, H.O. (forthcoming). Is risk aversion irrational?. Synthese.
Stefánsson, H.O. (forthcoming). Gambling with death. Topoi, special issue on new trends in rational choice theory.
Stefánsson, H.O. (forthcoming). On the limits of the Precautionary Principle. Risk Analysis.
Stefánsson, H.O. (forthcoming). Reply (reply to published comments on "On the limits of the Precautionary Principle"). Risk Analysis.
Stefánsson, H.O. (forthcoming). Responding to catastrophic risk. Philosophy Compass, invited overview article.
Stefánsson, H.O. (2018). Counterfactual skepticism and multidimensional semantics. Erkenntnis, 83(5), 875-898.
Stefánsson, H.O. (2018). On the ratio challenge for comparativism. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 96(2), 380-390.
Stefánsson, H.O., & Steele, K. (forthcoming). Reasoning with Unknown Possibilities. Cambridge University Press.
Stefánsson, H.O., & Bradley, R. (2019). What is risk aversion?. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 70(1), 77-102.
Zuber, S. (2019). Population-adjusted egalitarianism. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series: Institute for Futures Studies. 
Zuber, S. (2019). Parfit et les économistes: La contribution de Derek Parfit au deĢbat sur la taille optimale de la population. Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, 102, 23-37.
Zuber, S., & Fleurbaey, M. (2019). Discounting and intergenerational ethics. In Bowman, P., & Berndt Rasmussen, K. (eds.). Studies on Climate Ethics and Future Generations, Vol. I. Working paper series. Institute for Futures Studies. 
Zuber, S., & Fleurbaey, M. (2019). The social cost of carbon: Valuing inequality, risk, and population for climate policy. The Monist, 102(1), 84-109.