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|Title:||A short note on integrated assessment modeling approaches: Rejoinder to the review of “Making or breaking climate targets — The AMPERE study on staged accession scenarios for climate policy”|
|Authors:||KRIEGLER Elmar; RIAHI Keywan; BAUER Nico; SCHWANITZ Valeria Jana; PETERMANN Nils; BOSETTI Valentina; MARCUCCI Adriana; OTTO Sander; PAROUSSOS Leonidas; RAO-SKIRBEKK Shilpa; CURRAS Tabare Arroyo; ASHINA Shuichi; BOLLEN Johannes; EOM Jiyong; HAMDI-CHERIF Meriem; LONGDEN Thomas; KITOUS ALBAN GABRIEL; MEJEAN Aurelie; SANO Fuminori; SCHAEFFER Michiel; WADA Kenichi; CAPROS Pantelis; VAN VUUREN Detlef; EDENHOFER Ottmar; BERTRAM Christoph; BIBAS Ruben; EDMONDS Jae; JOHNSON Nils; KREY Volker; LUDERER Gunnar; MCCOLLUM David; KEJUN Jiang|
|Citation:||TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE vol. 99 p. 273-276|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Critical reviews of publishedwork can foster scientific debates and advance research. In this spirit,we provide a rejoinder to a review(Rosen, 2015) of our original article “Making or breaking climate targets—the AMPERE study on staged accession scenarios for climate policy” (Kriegler et al., 2015a) and the wider results of the AMPERE project. We have a substantial disagreement with the content of the review, and feel that it is plagued by a number ofmis- conceptions about the nature of the AMPERE study and the integrated assessmentmodeling approach employed by it.We therefore see this rejoinder as an opportunity to clarify thesemisconceptions and advance the debate by providing a clearer understanding of the strengths, weaknesses, and ultimately the value of integrated assessment.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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