Publications in international, peer-reviewed journals:
  • Di Maria, C., S. Smulders and E. van der Werf, 'Climate Policy with Tied Hands: Optimal Resource Taxation Under Implementation Lags', Environmental and Resource Economics, 2017, 66(3), pp.537-551 [Link 1] [Link 2]
  • Brink, C., H. Vollebergh, and E. van der Werf, 'Carbon Pricing in the EU: Evaluation of Different EU ETS Reform Options', Energy Policy, 2016, 97, pp.603-617 [Link] [WP version]
  • Indrajaya, Y., E. van der Werf, H.-P. Weikard, F. Mohren, and E.C. van Ierland, 'The Potential of REDD+ for Carbon Sequestration in Tropical Forests: Supply Curves for Carbon Storage for Kalimantan, Indonesia', Forest Policy and Economics, 2016, 71, pp.1-10 [Link] [WP version]
  • Ingram, V., E. van der Werf, E. Kikulwe, and J. Wesseler, 'Evaluating the impacts of plantations and associated forestry operations in Africa -- methods and indicators’, International Forestry Review, 2016, 18(1), pp.44-55 [Link]
  • Vollebergh, H., and E. van der Werf, 'The role of standards in eco-innovation: lessons for policymakers', Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2014, 8(2), pp. 230-248 [Link] [WP version]
  • Di Maria, C., I. Lange, and E. van der Werf, 'Should we be worried about the Green Paradox? Announcement effects of the Acid Rain Program', European Economic Review, 2014, 69, pp. 143-162 [Link] [WP version]
  • Böhringer, C., A. Keller, and E. Van der Werf, 'Are Green Hopes too Rosy? Employment and Welfare Impacts of Renewable Energy Promotion', Energy Economics, 2013, 36, pp. 277-285 [Link]
  • Van der Werf,E., and C. Di Maria, 'Imperfect environmental policy and polluting emissions: the Green Paradox and beyond', International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, 2012, 6(2), pp. 153-194 [Link] [PDF]
  • Di Maria, C., S. Smulders, and E. Van der Werf, 'Absolute abundance and relative scarcity: environmental policy with implementation lags', Ecological Economics, 2012, 74, pp.104-119 [Link] [WP version]
  • Van der Werf, E., and S. Peterson, 'Modeling linkages between climate policy and land use: an overview', Agricultural Economics, 2009, 40, pp.507-517 [Link] [WP version]
  • Van der Werf, E., 'Production functions for climate policy modeling: an empirical analysis', Energy Economics, 2008, 30(6), pp.2964-2979 [Link] [WP version]
  • Smulders, S., and E. van der Werf, 'Climate policy and the optimal extraction of high- and low-carbon fossil fuels', Canadian Journal of Economics, 2008, 41(4), pp.1421-1444 [Link] [WP version]
  • Di Maria, C., and E. van der Werf, 'Carbon leakage revisited: unilateral climate policy and directed technical change', Environmental and Resource Economics, 2008, 39(2), pp.55-74 [Link] [WP version]


Other peer-reviewed publications
  • Di Maria, C., I. Lange and E. van der Werf, ‘Going full circle: demand-side constraints to the green paradox’. Chapter 10 in Karen Pittel, Frederick van der Ploeg and Cees Withagen (eds.), Climate Policy and Exhaustible Resources – The Green Paradox and Beyond, 2014. Cambridge: MIT Press [WP version]
  • Di Maria, C., T.O. Michielsen, and E. van der Werf, ‘Carbon leakage’. In: J.F. Shogren (ed.), Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, 2013, Vol. 2, pp. 255-259. Amsterdam: Elsevier [Link]


Other publications
  • Di Maria, C., I. Lange and E. van der Werf, 'Imperfect climate policy unlikely to increase domestic emissions', VoxEU.org, 2013, January 6 [Link]
  • Van der Werf, E., ‘Moet Nederland inzetten op een versnelde transitie naar groene stroom?’, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 2012, 97 (4643), p.556
  • Van der Werf, E.H., H.R.J. Vollebergh and J.A. Oude Lohuis, ‘Energie en klimaat: meer met minder’, chapter 8 in C.A. de Kam, J.H.M. Donders and A.P. Ros (eds.), Miljardendans in Den Haag: overheidsuitgaven en belastingen in analyse, 2010, Sdu Uitgevers, The Hague
  • Vollebergh, H., E. van der Werf and J. Oude Lohuis, 'Heroverwegingen energie en klimaat', Tijdschrift voor Openbare Financiën, 2010, 42(2), pp.163-172 [Link]


Working Papers and Work in Progress
  • Indrajaya, Yonky, Edwin van der Werf, Ekko van Ierland and Frits Mohren, "Optimal Forest Management when Logging Damages Differ between Logging Practices"
  • “Optimal tax paths with stock pollution and implementation lags” (with Corrado Di Maria and Sjak Smulders)
  • Van der Werf, E., “Unilateral climate policy, asymmetric backstop adoption, and carbon leakage in a two-region Hotelling model”, CESifo Working Paper 2907, 2010 [Link]


PhD Thesis
  • Van der Werf, E., “Climate policy and economic dynamics: the role of substitution and technological change”, CentER Dissertation Series 224, Center for Economic Research, Tilburg University, the Netherlands, 2008 [Link]