Mark Bryant Budolfson
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Inequality, climate impacts on the future poor, and carbon prices
F Dennig, MB Budolfson, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, RH Socolow
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (52), 15827-15832, 2015
Impact of population growth and population ethics on climate change mitigation policy
N Scovronick, MB Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (46), 12338-12343, 2017
The inefficacy objection to consequentialism and the problem with the expected consequences response
MB Budolfson
Philosophical Studies 176 (7), 1711-1724, 2019
The impact of human health co-benefits on evaluations of global climate policy
N Scovronick, M Budolfson, F Dennig, F Errickson, M Fleurbaey, W Peng, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
The social cost of carbon: valuing inequality, risk, and population for climate policy
M Fleurbaey, M Ferranna, M Budolfson, F Dennig, K Mintz-Woo, ...
The Monist 102 (1), 84-109, 2019
The comparative importance for optimal climate policy of discounting, inequalities and catastrophes
M Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, RH Socolow
Climatic Change 145 (3), 481-494, 2017
Non-cognitivism and rational inference
MB Budolfson
Philosophical Studies 153 (2), 243-259, 2011
Consumer ethics, harm footprints, and the empirical dimensions of food choices
MB Budolfson
Philosophy comes to dinner, 173-191, 2015
Food, ethics, and society: an introductory text with readings.
A Barnhill, M Budolfson, T Doggett
Food, ethics, and society: an introductory text with readings., 2016
Optimal climate policy and the future of world economic development
M Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, N Scovronick, A Siebert, D Spears, ...
The World Bank Economic Review 33 (1), 21-40, 2019
The Oxford handbook of food ethics
A Barnhill, T Doggett, M Budolfson
Oxford University Press, 2018
Is it wrong to eat meat from factory farms? If so, why?
MB Budolfson
The moral complexities of eating meat, 30-47, 2015
Why the Repugnant Conclusion is inescapable
M Budolfson, D Spears
Unpublished manuscript, December, 2018
Food, the environment, and global justice
M Budolfson, A Barnhill, T Doggett
The Oxford handbook of food ethics, 67-94, 2018
Collective action, climate change, and the ethical significance of futility
MB Budolfson
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2012
Does Climate Change Policy Depend Importantly on Population Ethics? Deflationary Responses to the Challenges of Population Ethics for Public Policy
G Arrhenius, M Budolfson, D Spears
Climate Change and Philosophy. Oxford UP, 2019
Market failure, the tragedy of the commons, and default libertarianism in contemporary economics and policy
M Budolfson
The Oxford Handbook of Freedom, 2017
Why the Standard Interpretation of Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic is Mistaken, and How to Correctly Interpret his Views on Sustainability, Preservation, and Conservation,
MB Budolfson
Environmental Ethics 36 (4), 443-453, 2014
Deepening transparency about value-laden assumptions in energy and environmental modelling: Improving best practices for both modellers and non-modellers
J Bistline, M Budolfson, B Francis
Climate Policy 21 (1), 1-15, 2021
Optimal climate policy including animal welfare
M Budolfson, D Spears
Princeton CFI Working Paper, 2019
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