• Wagner G., T. Kåberger, S. Olai, M. Oppenheimer, K. Rittenhouse and T. Sterner, “Push Renewables to spur cn pricing”, Nature, 525:27-29 (3 September 2015) [DOI:10.1038/525027a]
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  • Carlsson F., M. Kataria, A. Krupnick, E. Lampi, Å. Löfgren, P. Qin, T. Sterner (2013) “The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth – A Multiple Country Test of an Oath Script”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization vol. 35, no. 1, s. 1-17
  • Hammar H., T. Sterner and S. Åkerfeldt, “Sweden’s CO2 tax and taxation reform experiences” in Genevey R., Pachauri R., Tubiana L. (2013) Reducing Inequalities: A Sustainable Development Challenge, TERI Press, New Delhi, and in French, Genevey R., Pachauri R., Tubiana L. Regards sur la terre 2013 – Réduire les inégalités : un enjeu de développement durable, Armand Colin, Paris, 2013
  • Carlsson F., M. Kataria, A. Krupnick, E. Lampi, Å. Löfgren, P. Qin, T. Sterner (2013) “A Fair Share: Burden-Sharing Preferences in the United States and China” Resource and Energy Economics, 35 1– 17
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  • Bonilla J., J. Coria, K. Mohlin and T. Sterner (2015) “Refunded Emission Payments and Diffusion of NOx Abatement Technologies in Sweden”, Ecological Economics, Vol 116, (August): 132-145. [DOI:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.03.030]
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  • Sterner T. and M. Persson (2008) “An Even Sterner Review”: Introducing Relative Prices into the Discounting Debate, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, vol 2, issue 1.Earlier version RFF Working Paper DP 07-37/
  • Sterner T. and A. Müller (2008) “Output and Abatement Effects of Allocation Readjustment in Permit Trade”, Climatic Change vol. 86 pp33-49
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  • Sterner T. and J. Coria (2012) Policy Instruments for Environmental and Natural Resource Management, RFF Press, Routledge. ISBN 978-1-61726-097-1
  • Afsah S., A. Blackman, J. Garcia and T. Sterner (2013) Environmental Regulation and Public Disclosure; The Case of PROPER in Indonesia, RFF Press, Routledge. ISBN 13 978-0-415-65765-5
  • Sterner T. Ed. (2012) Fuel Taxes and the Poor: The distributional consequences of gasoline taxation and their implications for climate policy, (Editor and coauthor of 6 chapters) RFF Press, Routledge. ISBN 978-1-61726-092-6