Energy and Trade - Publications

This lists relevant publications by researchers connected to the Energy and Trade project.

Baumert, N., Kander, A., Jiborn, M., Kulionis, V., & Nielsen, T., ‘Global outsourcing of carbon emissions 1995-2009: a reassessment’, Environmental Science and Policy  92 (2019), pp.228-236.

Henriques, S., & Borowiecki, K., ‘The drivers of long-run CO2 emissions in Europe, North America and Japan since 1800’, Energy Policy 101 (2017), pp.537-549.

Henriques, S., & Warde, P., ‘Fuelling the English breakfast: hidden energy flows in the Anglo-Danish trade 1870-1913’, Regional Economic Change 18 (2018), pp.965-977.

Jiborn, M., Kander, A., Kulionis, V., Nielsen, H., & Moran, D., ‘Decoupling or delusion? Measuring emissions displacement in foreign trade’, Global Environmental Change 49 (2018), pp.27-34.

Kander, A., Warde, P., Henriques, S., Nielsen, H., Kulionis, V., & Hagen, S., ‘International trade and energy intensity during European industrialization, 1870-1935’, Ecological Economics 139 (2017), pp.33-44.

Kulionis, V., Energy embodied in trade, 1970-2014 (Lund University PhD Thesis, 2019)

Kulionis, V., & Wood, R., ‘Explaining decoupling in high income countries: a structural decomposition analysis of the change in energy footprint from 1970 to 2009’, Energy 194(2020).

Nielsen, H., ‘Industrial intensification and energy embodied in trade: long-run energy perspective of the planned economy of Czechoslovakia’, Journal of Industrial Ecology 22 (2018), pp.1436-1450.

Nielsen, H., Warde, P., & Kander, A., ‘East versus West: energy intensity in coal-rich Europe, 1800-2000’, Energy Policy 122 (2018), pp.75-83.

Theodoridis, D., Warde, P., & Kander, A., ‘Trade and overcoming land constraints in British industrialization: an empirical assessment’, Journal of Global History 13 (2018), pp.328-351.