Beltran, Cesar; Drouet, Laurent; Edwards, Neil; Haurie, Alain; Vial, Jean-Philippe and Zachary, Daniel
(2005). An Oracle method to couple climate and economic dynamics.
In: Haurie, Alain and Viguier, Laurent eds.
The Coupling of Climate and Economic Dynamics.
Advances In Global Change Research (22).
Dordrecht, Netherlands: 2005 Springer, pp. 69–95.
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This paper deals with an oracle method to couple economic and climate models. The approach permits a dialogue between two models pertaining to two different scientific domains, the climate module being a fully-coupled ocean-atmosphere-ice model, whereas the economic module is an adaptation of the neo-classical optimal economic growth paradigm. The paper explains how the Analytic Centre Cutting Plane Method (ACCPM) is implemented to integrate in the optimal economic growth model a constraint on climate change that is computed from the climate model runs. Several experiments show the usefulness of the approach to build new types of integrated assessment meta-models
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