Assessing the Economic and Environmental Consequences of Climate Change

Incorporating Uncertainty and Quantifying Its Importance


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This workshop convenes leading researchers from diverse disciplines to explore the development of better and more credible models of the dynamic interactions of climate change and economic activity. We will leverage advances from a variety of fields to explore novel and revealing forms of uncertainty quantification pertinent to the design of prudent policies related to climate change. Advanced computational methods are an essential tool for solving and analyzing dynamic models under broad-based formulations of uncertainty at the required levels of spatial and temporal granularity. This workshop will bring together world-renowned experts in the areas of climate science, computational methods, geosciences, statistics, and economics to explore synergies that will lead to modeling improvements in the future.

This workshop is being organized in collaboration with the Macro Finance Research Program.


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Lars Peter Hansen University of Chicago
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg University of Chicago
Rebecca Willett University of Chicago


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