This list includes the publications of all lab members (underlined). For individual publication lists, please see the personal websites of lab members.
The Politics of Technology Bans: Industrial Policy Competition and Green Goals for the Auto Industry
Meckling, J. and J. Nahm (2019). Energy Policy 126: 470-479.
Global Interdependence in Clean Energy Transitions
Meckling, J. and L. Hughes (2018). Business and Politics 4(20): 467-491.
Policy Competition in Clean Technology: Scaling Up or Innovating Up?
Hughes, L. and J. Meckling (2018). Business and Politics 4(20): 588-614.
Sequencing to Ratchet Up Climate Policy Stringency
Pahle, M., Burtraw, D., Flachsland, C., Kelsey, N., Biber, E., Meckling, J., Edenhofer, O., Zysman, Z. (2018). Nature Climate Change 8: 861-867.
When Do States Disrupt Industries? Electric Cars and the Politics of Innovation
Meckling, J. and J. Nahm (2018). Review of International Political Economy.
The Power of Process: State Capacity and Climate Policy
Meckling, J. and J. Nahm (2018). Governance.
Winner, Evan J. Ringquist Best Paper Award, American Political Science Association
(awarded by Science, Technology & Environmental Politics Section for best paper published in relevant journal in last two years)
Who Wins in Renewable Energy? Evidence from Europe and the United States
Kelsey, N. and J. Meckling (2018). Energy Research and Social Science 37: 65-73.
The Developmental State in Global Regulation: Economic Change and Climate Policy
Meckling, J. (2018). European Journal of International Relations 24(1): 58-81.
Governing Renewables: Policy Feedback in a Global Energy Transition
Meckling, J. (2018). Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space.
Protecting Solar: Global Supply Chains and Business Power
Meckling, J. and L. Hughes (2018). New Political Economy.
President Trump wants protectionist measures against Chinese solar power. That’s going to hurt U.S. firms.
Meckling, J. and L. Hughes (2017). Washington Post. Monkey Cage blog. September 25.
How Trump could undermine the US solar boom
Hughes, L. and J. Meckling (2017). The Conversation. September 20.
Forum: Climate Engineering
Flegal, J. (2017). Issues in Science and Technology 33(4).
The Political Economy of Decarbonization: A Research Agenda
Biber, E., Kelsey, N., Meckling, J. (2017). Brooklyn Law Review 82(2): 605-643.
Globalizing Solar: Global Supply Chains and Trade Preferences
Meckling, J. and L. Hughes (2017). International Studies Quarterly.
The Politics of Renewable Energy Trade: The US-China Solar Dispute
Hughes, L. and J. Meckling (2017). Energy Policy. 105. 256-262.
What do people think when they think about solar geoengineering? A review of empirical social science literature, and prospects for future research
Burns, E.T., Flegal, J.A., Keith, David W., Mahajan, A., Tingley, D., Wagner, G. (2016). Earth’s Future.
Varieties of Market-Based Policy: Instrument Choice in Climate Policy
Meckling, J. and S. Jenner (2016). Environmental Politics. 25(5). 853-878.
Oil and State Capitalism: Government-Firm Coopetition in China and India
Meckling, J., Kong, B., Madan, T. (2015). Review of International Political Economy. 22(6). 1159-1187.
Climate Geoengineering and the Role of Public Deliberation: A Comment on the US National Academy of Sciences’ Recommendations on Public Participation
Burns, W. and J. Flegal (2015). Climate Law. 5(2-4). 252-294.
Winning Coalitions for Climate Policy: Green Industrial Policy Builds Support for Carbon Regulation
Meckling, J., Kelsey, N., Biber, E., Zysman, J. (2015). Science. 349(6253): 1170-1171.
Free Trade for Green Trade: To Support Clean Power, Open Up Trade in Green Technology
Meckling, J. and L. Hughes (2015). Foreign Affairs. August 4.
Oppose, Support, or Hedge? Distributional Effects, Regulatory Pressure, and Business Strategy in Environmental Politics. Meckling, J. (2015). Global Environmental Politics. 15(2).
Engaging the Global South on Climate Engineering Research
Winickoff, D. E., J. A. Flegal, and A. Asrat (2015). Nature Climate Change. 5. 627-34 (July 2015).
2014 and earlier
The Future of Emissions Trading
Meckling, J. (2014). Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change. 5(5). 569-576.
Avoiding Sunstroke: Assessing National Competitiveness in the Global Solar Race
Ball, J. and J. Meckling (2013). Results from a Scenario-Planning Workshop at Stanford University.
Business as a Global Actor. In: Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy
Clapp, J. and J. Meckling (2013). Robert Falkner (ed.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell: 286-303.
Economic Instruments for Climate Change. In: Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy
Meckling, J. and C.Hepburn (2013). Robert Falkner (ed.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell: 468-485.
Carbon Coalitions: Business, Climate Politics, and the Rise of Emissions Trading
Meckling, J. (2011). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
[Reviewed in International Affairs 88(3): 639-641; Review of Policy Research 29(5): 665-667; Environment and Planning C 30(4): 746-760; Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Reporting 2(2-3): 162-163; Mobilization 17(4): 483-484; Journal of Economic Literature 50(4): 1143-1145; Environmental Politics 22(6): 1042-1044; Global Environmental Politics 13(3): 138-143]
Review of ‘Climate Capitalism: Global Warming and the Transformation of the Global Economy’. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Peter Newell and Matthew Paterson, 2010.
Meckling, J. (2011). Review of Policy Research 28(2): 226-227.
The Globalization of Carbon Trading: Transnational Business Coalitions in Climate Politics
Meckling, J. (2011). Global Environmental Politics. 11(2): 26-50.
Carbon Trade Wars: Why the US Should Accept EU Rules on Aviation Emissions
Meckling, J. (2011). The Huffington Post. November 11, 2011
Governments Should Seize on Business Support for Climate Deal
Meckling, J. (2010). The Huffington Post. December 06, 2010.
Global Sectoral Industry Approaches to Climate Change: Helping or Harming?
Meckling, J. (2009). Oxfam International Research Report. May, 2009.
Sectoral Approaches for a Post-2012 Climate Regime: A Taxonomy
Meckling, J. and G. Y. Chung (2009). Climate Policy 9 (6). 652-668.
Corporate Policy Preferences in the EU and the US: Emissions Trading as the Climate Compromise?
Meckling, J. (2008). Carbon & Climate Law Review 2(2). 171-180.
Netzwerkgovernance: Corporate Citizenship und Global Governance
Meckling, J. (2005). (Network Governance: Corporate Citizenship and Global Governance). Muenster: LIT Verlag. (in German).