Dept. of Geography & Environment
Address: 675 Commonwealth Ave., Rm. 461, Boston MA 02215
Phone: (617) 353-5741
Fax: (617) 353-8399
Email: isw at bu dot edu
CAS/GE325 - CAS/EE425 - GRS/EE625 Environmental Policy analysis
CAS/GE425 - CAS/EE320 US Environmental Policy
CAS/GG512 Climate Change Policy Analysis & Modeling
CAS/IR292 Fundamentals of International Economics
Research in Progress:
Induced technical change and the impact of carbon taxes
The energy intensity of U.S. production: sources of long-run change
Absolute vs. intensity-based emission limits for CO2 emissions control
Accumulation of capital and knowledge in dynamic general equilibrium
The synthesis of top-down and bottom-up modeling: energy technology detail in CGE simulations for energy and climate policy analysis
Implications of international trade and technology transmission for carbon leakage
Economic and technological uncertainties: implications for the costs of U.S. climate stewardship
Published and accepted:
- Ellerman, A.D. and I. Sue Wing (2003). Absolute v. Intensity-Based Emission Caps, Climate Policy 3 (Supplement 2): S7-S20.
- Sue Wing, I. (2006). The Synthesis of Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approaches to Climate Policy Modeling: Electric Power Technologies and the Cost of Limiting U.S. CO2
Emissions, Energy Policy 34: 3847-3869.
- Sue Wing, I. (2006). Representing Induced Technological Change in Models for Climate Policy Analysis, Energy Economics 28: 539–562.
- Sue Wing, I., and W.P. Anderson (2007). Modeling Small Area Economic Change in Conjunction with a Multiregional CGE Model, in R.J. Cooper, K.P. Donaghy and G.J.D. Hewings (eds.), Globalization and Regional Economic Modeling, Springer-Verlag (Advances in Spatial Science).
- Sue Wing, I. and R.S. Eckaus (2007). The Decline in U.S. Energy Intensity: Its Origins and Implications for Long-Run CO2 Emission Projections, Energy Policy 35: 5267–5286
- Sue Wing, I. (2008). The Synthesis of Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approaches to Climate Policy Modeling: Electric Power Technology Detail in a Social Accounting Framework, Energy Economics 30: 547-573.
- Sue Wing, I. (2008). Explaining the Declining Energy Intensity of the U.S. Economy, Resource and Energy Economics 30: 21–49. [Supplementary materials]
- Fisher-Vanden, K. and I. Sue Wing (2008). Accounting for Quality: Issues with Modeling the Impact of R&D on Economic Growth and Carbon Emissions in Developing Economies, Energy Economics 30(6): 2771-2784.
- Sue Wing, I., A.D. Ellerman and J.M. Song (2009). Absolute vs. Intensity Limits for CO2 Emission Control: Performance Under Uncertainty, in H. Tulkens and R. Guesnerie (eds.), The Design of Climate Policy, MIT Press, 221-252.
- Sue Wing, I. (2009). Computable General Equilibrium Models for the Analysis of Energy and Climate Policies, in J. Evans and L.C. Hunt (eds.), International Handbook On The Economics Of Energy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 332-366.
- Sue Wing, I. and J.L. Walker (2010). The Geographic Dimensions of Electoral Polarization in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Vote, in A. Paez, J. Le Gallo, R. Buliung, and S. Dall'Erba (eds.) Progress in Spatial Analysis: Theory and Computation, and Thematic Applications, New York: Springer, 253-285.
- Webster, M., I. Sue Wing and L. Jakobovits (2010). Second-Best Instruments for Near-Term Climate Policy: Intensity Targets vs. the Safety Valve, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 59: 250-259.
- National Research Council (2010). Hidden Costs of Energy: Unpriced Consequences of Energy Production and Use, Washington DC: National Academies Press.
- Bauer, D.M. and I. Sue Wing (2010). Economic Consequences of Pollinator Declines: A Synthesis, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39: 368–383.
- Porter, K., et al (2010). Overview of the ARkStorm scenario: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1312.
- Sue Wing, I. (2011). Computable General Equilibrium Models for the Analysis of Economy-Environment Interactions, in A. Batabyal and P. Nijkamp (eds.) Research Tools in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Hackensack: World Scientific, 255-305.
- Fisher-Vanden, K., K. Daenzer, I. Sue Wing and K. Calvin (2012). Decomposing the Impact of Alternative Technology Sets on Future Carbon Emissions Growth, Energy Economics 34(Supp. 3): S359-S365.
- Fisher-Vanden, K., I. Sue Wing, E. Lanzi and D.C. Popp (2012). Modeling climate change feedbacks and adaptation responses: recent approaches and shortcomings, Climatic Change, forthcoming.
- Lanzi, E. and I. Sue Wing (2013). Capital Malleability, Emission Leakage and the Cost of Partial Climate Policies: General Equilibrium Analysis of the European Union Emission Trading System, Environmental and Resource Economics, forthcoming.
- Sue Wing, I. and K. Fisher-Vanden. (2013). Confronting the Challenge of Integrated Assessment of Climate Adaptation: A Conceptual Framework, Climatic Change, forthcoming.
- Gately, C.K., L.R. Hutyra, I. Sue Wing and M.N. Brondfield. (2013). A bottom up approach to on-road CO2 emissions estimates: improved spatial accuracy and applications for regional planning, Environmental Science and Technology, forthcoming. [Supplementary information]
- Baldwin, J. and I. Sue Wing (2013). The Spatiotemporal Evolution of U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Stylized Facts and Implications for Climate Policy, Journal of Regional Science, forthcoming.
Working papers and manuscripts in review:
- Induced Technical Change and the Cost of Climate Policy.
- Sue Wing, I. (2004). CGE Models for Economy-Wide Policy Analysis, MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change technical Note No. 6.
- Sue Wing, I. and D. Popp (2006). Representing Endogenous Technological Change in Economic Models, Chapter 7 in M. Hanneman and A. Farrell (eds.), Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in California, U.C. Berkeley California Climate Change Center Report
- Sue Wing, I. (2006). Induced Technological Change: Firm Innovatory Responses to Environmental Regulation.
- Sue Wing, I. (2007). The Regional Impacts of U.S. Climate Change Policy: A General Equilibrium Analysis.
- Sue Wing, I., W.P. Anderson and T.R. Lakshmanan (2007). The Broader Benefits of Infrastructure Investment, prepared for the OECD/ECMT Research Round Table on Macro-, Meso- and Micro-Infrastructure Planning and Assessment, Boston University, 25-26 Oct., 2007.
- Sue Wing, I. and M. Kolodziej (2008). The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Emission Leakage and the Effectiveness of Interstate Border Adjustments, Harvard Kennedy School Regulatory policy Program Working Paper No. RPP-2008-03.
- Sue Wing, I. (2010). The Regional Incidence of a National Greenhouse Gas Emission Limit: Title VII of the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
- Bauer, D. and I. Sue Wing (2011). The Macroeconomic Cost of Catastrophic Pollinator Declines.
- Sue Wing, I. and E.J. Balistreri (2012). Computable General Equilibrium Models for Economic Policy Evaluation and Impact Analysis.
- Sue Wing, I., A.Z. Rose and A. Wein (2013). Economic Impacts of the ARkStorm Scenario. [Supplementary information]