In the second of his two talks at CCRC, Thomas will present his work on incorporating climate tipping points into dynamic integrated assessment models. The focus will be on calibrating properties of individual tipping elements and on the Markovian formulation of their dynamic processes. Thomas will present how risks of triggering tipping processes are managed optimally and discuss the implications for climate policy. Brief Biography: Thomas studied Economics at the University of Maastricht and the University of California, San Diego. He Holds a doctorate in Economics from... View Article
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Thomas will describe the challenges and opportunities in modelling dynamic decision making in integrated climate-economy systems. A particular focus will be on the role of interdisciplinary dialogue in conducting integrated assessment studies and on the acceptance of interdisciplinary research.