John P. Weyant

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Engineering, Finance
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Antje Kann grad student 2001 Stanford
Wenlong Weng grad student 2001 Stanford
Michele S. Freed grad student 2002 Stanford
Jochen Kleinknecht grad student 2002 Stanford
Kazuhiro Ninomiya grad student 2003 Stanford
Tao Yao grad student 2005 Stanford
Oytun Eskiyenenturk grad student 2006 Stanford
Albert Whangbo grad student 2006 Stanford
Leslie Hummel grad student 2007 Stanford
Katherine Calvin grad student 2008 Stanford
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Smith SJ, Clarke LE, Edmonds JA, et al. (2015) Long history of IAM comparisons Nature Climate Change. 5: 391
Kriegler E, Riahi K, Bosetti V, et al. (2015) Introduction to the AMPERE model intercomparison studies on the economics of climate stabilization Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 90: 1-7
Wilkerson JT, Leibowicz BD, Turner DD, et al. (2015) Comparison of integrated assessment models: Carbon price impacts on U.S. energy Energy Policy. 76: 18-31
Morrison GM, Yeh S, Eggert AR, et al. (2015) Comparison of low-carbon pathways for California Climatic Change
Fawcett AA, Clarke LE, Rausch S, et al. (2014) Overview of EMF 24 Policy Scenarios Energy Journal. 35: 33-60
Clarke LE, Fawcett AA, Weyant JP, et al. (2014) Technology and U.S. Emissions reductions goals: Results of the EMF 24 modeling exercise Energy Journal. 35: 9-31
Fawcett AA, Clarke LE, Weyant JP. (2014) Introduction to EMF 24 Energy Journal. 35: 1-7
Kriegler E, Weyant JP, Blanford GJ, et al. (2014) The role of technology for achieving climate policy objectives: Overview of the EMF 27 study on global technology and climate policy strategies Climatic Change. 123: 353-367
Ang BW, Tol RSJ, Weyant JP. (2013) Editorial: New data policy Energy Economics. 40: 1022
Wilkerson JT, Cullenward D, Davidian D, et al. (2013) End use technology choice in the national energy modeling system (NEMS): An analysis of the residential and commercial building sectors Energy Economics. 40: 773-784
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