Presentations

Buffalo Hunt - International Trade and the Virtual Extinction of the North American Bison

Innis Lecture: Environmental Crises: Past, Present, and Future

Innis Lecture: Environmental Crises: Past, Present, and Future - Presentation at the 43rd Annual Conference of the CEA, 2009

Energy and the Location of Economic Activity

An Energy-centric Theory of Agglomeration

Back to the Future of Green Powered Economies

The Beginning of the End of the Fossil Fuel Era?

Food, Fuel, and the Spatial Economy

International Trade, Resources, and the Environment: Basel Lecture

Trade, Growth, and the Environment

Discussion of "Is Trade Good or Bad for the Environment, Sorting out the Causality"

Ricardo at 200

In Search of Sustainability: Trade, Growth, and the Environment

International Trade and Renewable Resource Use

Is Free Trade the Great Destroyer of Biological Resources?

Economic Growth, Trade, and the Environment

Pollution and Trade in a Small Open Melitz Economy

Trade and The Environment: New Methods, Measurements, and Results

A Spatial Approach to Energy Economics

Environmental Regulations and International Competitiveness: A Review of Recent Evidence

Can Green Power Save us from Climate Change?

ZEW Lecture - Introduction: International Trade and Resource Use

ZEW Lecture - Regulation is Rigid Hypothesis

ZEW Lecture - Regulation is Everything Hypothesis

ZEW Lecture - Resource Overuse Hypothesis: The Theory

Chapter 2: Pollution in a Small Open Economy

Chapter 3: Growth and Pollution in a Small Open Economy

Chapter 4: Trade Liberalisation and Environmental Quality

Chapter 5: Pollution Haven Models of International Trade

Chapter 6: Factor Endowments, Policy Differences and Pollution

Chapter 7: Is Free Trade Good for the Environment? An Empirical Assessment

Climate policy, trade and carbon Leakage: lessons from Kyoto

Are Trapped Energy Resources so Bad for Growth?

Trade, Tragedy, and the Commons

Trade and the Environment

The Simple Economics of Easter Island: A Ricardo-Malthus Model of Renewable Resource Use

Economic Growth and the Convergence in Carbon Emissions Across Countries

Economic Growth and the Environment


all publications

Buffalo Hunt

Taylor, M. Scott. "Buffalo Hunt: International Trade and the Virtual Extinction of the North American Bison." American Economic Review 101.7 (2011): 1-36. 

Environmental Catastrophes

Taylor, M. Scott. "Innis Lecture: Environmental Crises: Past, Present, and Future." Canadian Journal of Economics 15.2 (2020): 127-153.

Brander, J. and M. Scott Taylor. "The Simple Economics of Easter Island: A Ricardo-Malthus Model of Renewable Resource Use." American Economic Review 88.1 (1998): 119-138.

Energy and Agglomeration

Cruz, J.M. and M. Scott Taylor. "An Energy-Centric Theory of Agglomeration." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 84 (2017): 153-172. [APPENDIX].

Cruz, J.M. and M. Scott Taylor. "A Spatial Approach to Energy Economics: Theory, Measurement and Empirics." CESifo Working Paper No: 4845 (2014).

Taylor, M. Scott. "Can Green Power Save Us from Climate Change." Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics 150.1 (2014): 23-31.

Cruz, J.M. and M. Scott Taylor. "A Spatial Approach to Energy Economics." The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No: 18908 (2013).

Cruz, J.M. and M. Scott Taylor. "Back to the Future of Green Powered Economies." The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No: 18236 (2012).

Trade and Industrial Pollution

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Environmental and Resource Economics: A Canadian Retrospective." Canadian Journal of Economics (forthcoming).

Levinson, A. and M. Scott Taylor. "Unmasking the Pollution Haven Effect." International Economic Review 49.1 (2008): 223-254.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Free Trade and Global Warming: A Trade Theory View of the Kyoto Protocol." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 49.2 (2005): 205-234. [APPENDIX].

M. Scott Taylor. "Unbundling the Pollution Haven Hypothesis." Advances in Economic Analysis and Policy 4.2 (2004): 1-26.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. Trade and the Environment: Theory and Evidence. Princeton University Press, eds. Gene M. Grossman and Oliver Gourinchas, Princeton, (2013).

Antweiler, W., B. Copeland, and M. Scott Taylor. "Is Free Trade Good for the Environment." American Economic Review 91.4 (2001): 877-908. [APPENDIX].

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade, Spatial Separation, and the Environment." Journal of International Economics 47.1 (1999): 137-168.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "The Trade-induced Degradation Hypothesis." Resource and Energy Economics 19.4 (1997): 321-344.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade and Transboundary Pollution." American Economic Review 85.4 (1995): 716-737.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade and the Environment: A Partial Synthesis." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77.3 (1995): 765-771.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "North-South Trade and the Environment." Quarterly Journal of Economics 109.3: 755-787.

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "International Trade and the Environment: A Framework for Analysis." The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No: 8540 (2001).

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "A Simple Model of Trade, Capital Mobility, and the Environment." The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No: 5898 (1997).

Cherniwchan, J., B. Copeland, and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade and the Environment: New Methods, Measurements, and Results."The Annual Review of Economics 9 (2017): 59-85.
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Growth and the Environment

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Environmental and Resource Economics: A Canadian Retrospective." Canadian Journal of Economics (forthcoming).

Brock, W. and M. Scott Taylor. "The Green Solow Model." Journal of Economic Growth 15.2 (2010): 127-153.

Brock, W. and M. Scott Taylor. "Economic Growth and the Environment: A Review of Theory and Empirics." Handbook of Economic Growth eds. S. Durlauf and P. Aghion (2005).

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade, Growth, and the Environment." Journal of Economic Literature 42.1 (2004): 7-71.

Taylor., M. Scott. "Trade and Trade Policy in Endogenous Growth Models." Trade Policy and the Pacific Rim, International Economics Association Round Table Conference, McMillan Press, eds. A. Woodland and J. Piggott, (1999).

Brock, W. and M. Scott Taylor. "The Kindergarten Rule of Sustainable Growth." The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No: 9597 (1997).

Taylor, M. Scott. "'Once-off' and Continuing Gains from Trade." The Review of Economic Studies 61.3 (1994): 589-601.

Taylor, M. Scott. "'Quality Ladders' and Ricardian Trade." Journal of International Economics 34.3-4 (1993): 225-243.

Resource Overuse and Trade

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Environmental and Resource Economics: A Canadian Retrospective." Canadian Journal of Economics (forthcoming).

Taylor, M. Scott. "Innis Lecture: Environmental Crises: Past, Present, and Future." Canadian Journal of Economics 15.2 (2020): 127-153.

Brander, J. and M. Scott Taylor. "Open Access Renewable Resources: Trade and Trade Policy in a Two-Country Model." Journal of International Economics 44.2 (1998): 181-210.

Brander, J. and M. Scott Taylor. "International Trade and Open-Access Resources: The Small Open Economy Case." Canadian Journal of Economics 30.3 (1997): 526-552.

Property Rights

Copeland, B. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade, Tragedy, and the Commons." American Economic Review 99.3 (2009): 725-749.

Brander, J. and M. Scott Taylor. "International Trade between Consumer and Conservationist Countries." Resource and Energy Economics 19.4 (1997): 267-297.

Taylor, M. Scott. "TRIPS, Trade, and Growth." International Economic Review 35.2 (1994): 361-381.

Taylor, M. Scott. "TRIPS, Trade, and Technology Transfer." Canadian Journal of Economics 26.3 (1993): 625-637.