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A Calderónian commission

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A new alliance of top research institutions will tailor investigations into the economics of climate change to those best placed to act. Anna Petherick reports.

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Figure 1: The number of articles containing either the phrase 'climate change' or 'global warming' appearing in five top economics journals since 1990.

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  • 09 December 2013

    In the Market Watch ‘A Calderónian commission’ by Anna Petherick (Nature Clim. Change 3, 1015–1016; 2013), an earlier version of the last sentence was inadvertently included.


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