- This is the first update of 2010! In 2009 the number of working papers on the economics of climate change has risen considerably: 425 new titles were added to the database, that now collects about 800 references.
Climate ChangeS received 35,372 visits this year, from 23,715 unique visitors located in 173 countries. Rarely a visit ended without downloading a paper: in 2009 Climate ChangeS re-directed 23,074 papers downloads, an average of 63 per day.
With about 750 subscribers in Universities, International Organizations, Consulting, Finance and Governmental Agencies around the world, Climate ChangeS is one of the most effective ways to circulate recent research on the economics of climate change.
I invite all researchers to e-mail me link to their work, so that it can be quickly posted at Climate ChangeS.
I wish to all readers a Joyful 2010!