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David Stern

  • BA, MSc, PhD
  • Professor
  • Australian National University
  • 30

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Research interests

Energy economics Economic growth Climate change Bibliometrics Meta-analysis

Co-authors (54)

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Publications

Temperature and malaria trends in highland East Africa

  • Stern D
  • Gething P
  • Kabaria C
  • Temperley W
  • Noor A
  • Okiro E
  • Dennis Shanks G
  • Snow R
  • Hay S
PLoS ONE (2011)
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Between estimates of the emissions-income elasticity

  • Stern D
Ecological Economics (2010)
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Evidence from panel unit root and cointegration tests that the Environmental Kuznets Curve does not exist

  • Perman R
  • Stern D
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2003)
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New dimensions in ecological economics: Integrated approaches to people and nature

  • Dovers S
  • Stern D
  • Young M
New Dimensions in Ecological Economics: Integrated Approaches to People and Nature (2003)
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Econometric analysis of global climate change

  • Stern D
  • Kaufmann R
Environmental Modelling and Software (1999)
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Professional experience

Professor

Australian National University

March 2009 - Present

Education history

Boston University

PhD

September 1990 - May 1994 (4 years)

London School of Economics and Political Science

MSc

October 1988 - September 1989 (a year)

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

BA

October 1985 - August 1988 (3 years)