Karl SeeleyAcademic Work
Does technological innovation really reduce marginal abatement costs?, with Yoram Bauman and Myunghun Lee, Environmental and Resource Economics (2008) 40:507-527
A macro-environmental synthesis, a working paper on grafting textbook macroeconomics onto an ecological rootstock.
The solar constraint After-dinner remarks at the 2007 awards dinner of the Otsego County Conservation Alliance
The power of the powerless (with apologies to Václav Havel) Guest sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta
The crisis of desire Brief remarks at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta, for Earth Day 2008
Notes from the Moscow putsch An eyewitness account from August, 1991
Biophysical economics is a new field that views economics as the study of how societies provision themselves, given the realities of ecosystems, geological resources, and physical laws.