cooling towers David Victor bio

Ryan Hanna, Mohammed Ghonima, Jan Kleissl, George Tynan, and David G. Victor "Evaluating business models for microgrids: Interactions of technology and policy,” Energy Policy 2017

Charles F. Kennel, Stephen Briggs and David G. Victor "Making Climate Science More Relevant,” Science, 354 (6311), 421-422

Robert Keohane and David G. Victor "Cooperation and Discord in Global Climate Policy Nature Climate Change,” 2016, 6(6), 570-575

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and David G. Victor "Secrecy in International Investment Arbitration: An Empirical Analysis, Journal of International Dispute Settlement, vol 7(1): 161- 182.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Brad LeVeck and David G. Victor "How Activists Perceive the Utility of International Law,” Journal of Politics, 78(1): 167–180

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Brad LeVeck and David G. Victor "How The Prospect of Non-Compliance Affects Elite Preferences for International Cooperation: Evidence From a “Lab in the Field” Experiment." ILAR, Working Paper #28, 2015.

David G. Victor, Reyer Gerlagh and Giovanni Baiocchi, 2014. "Getting serious about categorizing countries," Science Magazine, 4 July.

David Victor, 2013. "Making America Relevant to International Climate Diplomacy Again," MIT Technology Review, 25 July.

David G. Victor, 2013. "The Gas Promise." ILAR Working Paper #8. March.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Zachary C. Steinert-Threlkeld, and David G. Victor, 2013. "Leveling the Playing Field." ILAR Working Paper #18. March.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Brad L. LeVeck, David G. Victor, 2012. "Strategic Enforcement: Results from an Elite Survey Experiment on International Trade." Social Science Research Network. August.

David G. Victor, Charles F. Kennel, and Veerabhadran Ramanathan, 2012. "Hillary Clinton's Plan to Get Serious About Global Warming." The Daily Beast. 21 June.

David G. Victor, Charles F. Kennel, and Veerabhadran Ramanathan, 2012. "The Climate Threat We Can Beat." Foreign Affairs. May/June.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, David G. Victor, and Yonatan Lupu, 2012, “Political Science Research on International Law: The State of the Field," The American Journal of International Law. vol. 106, No. 1, pp. 47-97.

David G. Victor, David Hults, and Mark Thurber, eds, 2011, Oil and Governance: State-Owned Enterprises and the World Energy Supply(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), expected publication date November 2011. Author or co-author of chapters:
(1) "Introduction" (with David Hults and Mark Thurber);
(11) "Awakening Giant: Strategy and Performance of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company,"
(with Varun Rai);
(20) "Conclusions and Implications" (with David Hults and Mark Thurber)

David G. Victor, 2011, Global Warming Gridlock: Creating More Effective Strategies for Protecting the Planet (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Robert O. Keohane and David G. Victor, 2011, "The Regime Complex for Climate Change," Perspectives on Politics vol. 9 (1), pp. 7-23.

Valentina Bosetti and David G. Victor, 2011, "Politics and Economics of Second-Best Regulation of Greenhouse Gases: The Importance of Regulatory Credibility," The Energy Journal vol. 32 (1) pp. 1-24.

David G. Victor and Kassia Yanosek, 2011, "The Crisis in Clean Energy: Stark Realities of the Renewables Craze," Foreign Affairs, vol. 90 (4), pp. 112-120.

David G. Victor, 2011, "Why the UN Can Never Stop Climate Change," The Guardian, April 4, 2011.

David G. Victor, 2011 "Diplomacy's Meltdown: When it Comes to Climate Change, Developing Nations Aren't the Laggards," Scientific American, vol. 304 (1), p. 14.

Varun Rai, David G. Victor, Mark C. Thurber, 2010. "Carbon Capture and Storage at Scale: Lessons from the growth of analogous energy technologies," Energy Policy vol. 38, pp. 4089-4098.

David G. Victor, 2010 "The Political Context for California's Climate Change Policy," Giannini Foundation of Agriculture Economics, vol. 14 (1), Sep/Oct 2010 issue.

V. Ramanathan and David G. Victor. 2010. "To Fight Climate Change, Clear the Air," The New York Times, p. WK-9.

David G. Victor and Linda Yueh, 2010, "The New Energy Order," Foreign Affairs, January, vol. 89 no. 1, pp. 61-73.

David G. Victor, 2010, "The Green in the Machine," The National Interest #106, pp. 75-85 (reviews of 7 new books on global warming).

David G. Victor, in press, "The Politics and Economics of International Carbon Offsets," Proceedings of the National Research Council expert review meeting in April 2010, Washington DC. The National Academies Press, May 17, 2010, pp. 132-142.

David G. Victor, 2009, "The Politics of Fossil Fuel Subsidies," Global Subsidies Initiative, International Institute for Sustainable Development, November.

Gary Dirks and David G. Victor, 2009, "China is Going Green," Newsweek Special Issue, Dec. 5, pp. 62-63.

David G. Victor, 2009, "Once and Always a Laggard," Newsweek, 4 Dec. Posted online at

David G. Victor, 2009 in press, “Climate Accession Deals: New Strategies for Taming Growth of Greenhouse Gases in Developing Countries,” in Joe Aldy and Rob Stavins, eds., Post-Kyoto International Climate Policy: Implementing Architectures for Agreement, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

David G. Victor and Richard Morse, 2009, “Living with Coal: Climate Policy’s Most Inconvenient Truth,” Boston Review, September/October, pp. 7-14.

David G. Victor, 2009, "Plan B for Copenhagen," Nature, vol. 461, 17 Sept., pp. 342-344.

P.R. Shukla, Subash Dhar, David G. Victor, Michael Jackson, 2009, “Assessment of Demand for Natural Gas from the Electricity Sector in India,” Energy Policy vol. 37, pp. 3520-3534.

Varun Rai and David G. Victor, 2009. “Climate Change and the Energy Challenge: A Pragmatic Approach for India,” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 44 (31), pp. 78-85.

David G. Victor, 2009, “He Protests Too Much,” Newsweek International, 17 Aug.

David G. Victor, 2009, “Potemkin Trading,” Technology Review July/Aug, p. 12.

David G. Victor, 2009, “Global Warming: Why the 2oC goal is a political delusion,” Nature, vol. 459, p. 909 (letter).

David G. Victor, M. Granger Morgan, Jay Apt, John Steinbruner and Kate Ricke, 2009 in press, “The Geoengineering Option: A Last Resort Against Global Warming?” Foreign Affairs (March).

David G. Victor and Varun Rai, 2009, “Dirty Coal is Winning,” Newsweek International, 12 January, posted at

Danny Cullenward and David G. Victor, forthcoming. "Politicizing Climate Policy: The Limits of Consensus," Climatic Change (editorial, in press). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2008, “On the Regulation of Geoengineering,” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol. 24, pp. 322-336.

George Pataki and Thomas Vilsack (co-chairs) and Michael Levi (project director) and David G. Victor (Senior Adviser), 2008, Confronting Climate Change: A Strategy for U.S. Foreign Policy. Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force.

David G. Victor, 2008, “Sources of Alternative Energy and Energy Market Innovations,” pp. 129-141, in: Joseph Nye and Brent Scowcroft, eds., The Global Politics of Energy: Report of the 2007 Aspen Strategy Group (Washington: Aspen Institute). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2008, “The New Greens Like it Big,” Newsweek International, 8 December, posted at

David G. Victor, 2008, “A Call to Arms for an American-led Green Revolution: review of Thomas L. Friedman’s ‘Hot, Flat and Crowded’”, New York Times, 10 September, page E7.

David G. Victor, 2008, “OPEC is Irrelevant: The Once All Powerful Oil Cartel Now Mostly Just Rides the Waves of Supply and Demand,” Newsweek International, Web Exclusive (1 August).

David G. Victor and Sarah Eskreis-Winkler, 2008, “In the Tank: Making the Most of Strategic Oil Reserves,” Foreign Affairs, vol. 87, No 4 (July/August): pp. 70-83.

David G. Victor, 2008, “Putting Rich Farmers First,” Newsweek International, 7 July, p.72-73,

BinBin Jiang, Chen Wenying, Yu Yuefeng, Zeng Lemin, and David G. Victor, 2008, “The future of natural gas consumption in Beijing, Guangdong and Shanghai: An assessment utilizing MARKAL” Energy Policy, vol. 36, pp. 3286-3299.

David G. Victor, 2008, “Blowhard in Chief: When it Comes to Global Warming it doesn’t much matter who is sitting in the White House,” Newsweek International, (1 May).

David G. Victor, 2008, “National Treasure: Mexico’s Problems with its State-run oil company show why supply is so tight,” Newsweek International, Web exclusive,

David G. Victor, 2008, “Asia’s Achilles Heel,” Newsweek International, Web exclusive, (28 February).

David G. Victor, 2008, “The Oil Paradox”, Newsweek International, Web exclusive, (31 January).

David G. Victor, 2007, “Fragmented Carbon Markets and Reluctant Nations: Implications for the Design of Effective Architectures,” in Joe Aldy and Rob Stavins, eds., Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto World, chapter 4 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

David G. Victor and Thomas C. Heller, eds., 2007, Reforming Electric Power Markets in Developing Countries: Politics, Law and Institutions (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Author or co-author of chapters:
(1) Introduction and Overview
(7) Conclusions
Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2007, “Hot Air: Bali and the Climate Fight,” Newsweek International, Web exclusive, (2 December).

David G. Victor and Danny Cullenward, 2007, “Making Carbon Markets Work,” Scientific American, December, pp. 70-77.

David G. Victor, 2007, “What Resource Wars?” The National Interest, No. 92 (November/December), pp. 48-55. (Additional debate triggered by the article in the January/February 2008 issue, with critiques by Thomas Homer-Dixon, Michael T. Klare, Sherri W. Goodman, and Paul J. Kern).

David G. Victor, 2007, “Hot Air is Not Enough,” Newsweek International, (25 June).

David G. Victor and Danny Cullenward, 2007, “The Only Practical Approach is to Pursue Technologies that Burn Coal More Cleanly,” Boston Review, vol. 32, No 1 (January/February), pp. 15-16.

David G. Victor, Amy M. Jaffe and Mark H. Hayes, eds., 2006, Natural Gas and Geopolitics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Author or co-author of chapters:
(1) Introduction and Overview;
(2) Introduction to the Historical Case Studies: Research Questions, Methods and Case Selection;
(4) Bypassing Ukraine: Gas to Poland and Germany from Russia
(10) Politics, Markets and the Shift to Gas: Insights from the Seven Historical Case Studies
(14) Gas Geopolitics: Visions to 2030
Not available online.

Zhang, Chi, P.R. Shukla, David G. Victor, Thomas C. Heller, Debashish Biswas, and Tirthankar Nag, 2006. “Baselines for carbon emissions in the Indian and Chinese power sectors: Implications for international carbon trading,” Energy Policy, vol. 34, pp. 1900-1917.

Howells, Mark, David G. Victor, Trevor Gaunt, Rebecca Elias, and Thomas Alfstad, 2006, “Beyond Free Electricity: The Costs of Electric Cooking in Poor Households and a Market-Friendly Alternative,” Energy Policy, vol. 34, 3351-3358.

David G. Victor and Joshua C. House, 2006, “BP’s Emissions Trading System,” Energy Policy, vol. 34, pp. 2100-2112.

David G. Victor, 2006, “Seeking Sustainability: Cities, Countryside, Wilderness,” in Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll, eds., The Political Economy of Global Population Change, 1950-2050 supplement to Population and Development Review, vol. 32, pp.202-221.

John Deutch and James R. Schlesinger (co-chairs) and David G. Victor (Project Director), 2006, National Security Consequences of U.S. Oil Dependency, Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force #58.

Danny Cullenward and David G. Victor, 2006, "The Dam Debate and Its Discontents". Climatic Change, vol.. 75(1-2), pp.81-86.

David G. Victor, 2006, “Toward Effective International Cooperation on Climate Change: Numbers, Interests and Institutions,” Global Environmental Politics, vol. 6, pp. 90-103.

David G. Victor, 2006, “Gas and Oil do not Mix in the Chaotic World of Energy Policy,” Financial Times, May 9th, oped page.

David G. Victor, 2006, “Learning from Brazil: How to Manage our Oil Addiction,” Houston Chronicle, April 15th, oped page.

David G. Victor, 2006, “Nuclear Power for India is good for us all,” International Herald Tribune, March 17th, p.6 (oped).

David G. Victor, 2006, “Recovering Sustainable Development,” Foreign Affairs, 85 (no.1, January/February), pp. 91-103.

Howells, Mark, Thomas Alfstad, David G. Victor, Gary Goldstein, and Uwe Renne, 2005, “A model of household energy services in a low-income rural African village," Energy Policy, vol. 33, pp 1833-1851.

David G. Victor, 2005, “The Effects of Power Sector Reform on Energy Services for the Poor,” United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Sustainable Development.

David G. Victor, Joshua C. House and Sarah Joy, 2005, “A Madisonian Approach to Climate Policy,” Science, vol. 309, No. 5742, pp. 1820-1821.

David G. Victor and Lesley A. Coben, 2005, “A Herd Mentality in the Design of International Environmental Agreements?” Global Environmental Politics, 5: 24-57.

David G. Victor, 2005, “A Vision for World Forests: Results from the Council on Foreign Relations Study,” Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 21, pp. 113-135. Abstract only.

Christopher Chyba, Harold Feiveson, and David G. Victor, 2005, “Report of the Working Group on Relative Threat Assessment,” Princeton Project on National Security, Princeton, NJ, September 2005.

P.R. Shukla, Thomas C. Heller, David G. Victor, Debashish Biswas, Tirthankar Nag and Amee Yajnik, 2004, Electricity Reforms in India: Firm Choices and Emerging Generation Markets (New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill). Not available online.

Gordon S. Smith and David G. Victor, 2004, “Beyond Kyoto?” in Harold Coward and Andrew J. Weaver, eds., Hard Choices: Climate Change in Canada (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press).

David G. Victor, 2004, "WTO's efforts to Manage Differences in national Sanitary and Phytosanitary Policies," in David Vogel and Robert Kagan, eds., Dynamics of Regulatory Change: How Globalization Affects National Regulatory Policy (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2004, Climate Change: Debating America’s Policy Options (New York: Council on Foreign Relations).

David G. Victor and Joshua C. House, 2004, “Politics Dog the Oil Reserve,” Los Angeles Times, August 22. Also presented as commentary on PRI’s Marketplace, August 25.

David G. Victor and Joshua C. House, 2004, “A New Currency: Climate Change and Carbon Credits,” Harvard International Review, Summer, pp. 56-59.

Kal Raustiala and David G. Victor, 2004, “The Regime Complex for Plant Genetic Resources,” International Organization, vol. 58 (2), pp. 277-309.

David G. Victor, 2003, “International Agreements and the Struggle to Tame Carbon,” in James M. Griffin, ed., Global Climate Change: The Science, Economics and Politics (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar), pp. 204-229. Not available online.

Jari Liski, Alexander V. Korotkov, Christopher F.L. Prins, Timo Karjalainen, David G. Victor and Pekka E. Kauppi, 2003, “Increased Carbon Sink in Temperate and Boreal Forests,” Climatic Change 61, pp. 89-99.

David G. Victor and Rebecca U. Weiner, 2003, “Will the Success of Trade Policy Undermine the World Trading System?,” Les Cahiers d'économie et sociologie rurales, volume 68-69, pp. 150-165. Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2003, book review of Hugh S. Gorman, 2001, Redefining Efficiency: Pollution Concerns, Regulatory Mechanisms, and Technological Change in the U.S. Petroleum Industry, American Historical Review, (December), 1486.

David G. Victor and C. Ford Runge, 2003, “A Trade Battle that will Cost America Dear,” Financial Times, May 15, 2003.

David G. Victor and Nadejda Victor, 2003, “Axis of Oil?” Foreign Affairs, Volume 82, No. 2 (March/April), pp. 47-61.

David G. Victor and Nadejda Victor, 2003, “Nuclear energy, not oil, should fuel US-Russian ties,” South China Morning Post, 19 February.

David G. Victor and C. Ford Runge, 2003, “Genetically Modified and Healthy,” International Herald Tribune, 19 February, p. 6.

Benn Steil, David G. Victor, Richard Nelson, eds., 2002, Technological Innovation and Economic Performance (Princeton, Princeton University Press). Author or co-author of chapters:
(1) “Introduction and overview,” with Benn Steil and Richard Nelson
(16) “Innovation and performance in the electric power industry”
Not available online.

David G. Victor and Rebecca U. Weiner, 2002, “A Great Transformation in World Trade Law: Can the WTO Stay Afloat?,” in Barry Krisoff, Mary Bohman and Julie A. Caswell, eds., Global Food Trade and Consumer Demand for Quality, pp. 33-41, proceedings of the International Agriculture and Trade Research Consortium, 26-27 June 2000, Montreal, Canada (New York: Kluwer). Not available online.

David G. Victor and C. Ford Runge, 2002, Sustaining a Revolution: A Policy Strategy for Crop Engineering, A Council on Foreign Relations Study (New York: Council on Foreign Relations).

David G. Victor and C. Ford Runge, 2002, “Farming the Genetic Frontier,” Foreign Affairs, May/June, pp. 107-121.

David G. Victor, 2002, “Weak on Warming,” Washington Post, Tuesday, 19 February 2002, p.A15.

David G. Victor, 2001, The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the Struggle to Slow Global Warming (Princeton: Princeton University Press). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2001, “Whale Sausage: Why the Whaling Regime Does Not Need Fixing,” in: Robert L. Friedheim, ed., Toward a Sustainable Whaling Regime (Seattle: Univ. of Washington Press). Not available online.

David G. Victor, Nebojša Nakienovi, Nadejda Victor, 2001, “The Kyoto Protocol Emission Allocations: Windfall Surpluses for Russia and Ukraine,” Climatic Change, vol. 49,
pp. 263-277.

David G. Victor, 2001, “A Deal Rescuing Nothing,” Los Angeles Times, 19 August, pp. M1 & M6 (op-ed, cover of Sunday editor section).

David G. Victor, 2001, “Climate of Doubt,” The Sciences, vol. 41 (No. 2, Spring,” pp. 18-23 (cover story). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2001, “Piety at Kyoto Didn’t Cool the Planet,” The New York Times, 23 March 2001, p. A19 (op-ed).

David G. Victor, 2000, “Risk Management and the World Trading System: Regulating International Trade Distortions Caused by National Sanitary and Phytosanitary Policies,” in: Incorporating Science, Economics and Sociology in Developing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards in International Trade: Proceedings of a Conference (Washington: National Academy Press), ch. 6.

Andreas Schafer and David G. Victor, 2000, "The Future Mobility of the World Population: Results from a New Model Designed for Aggregated Long-term Projections,” Transportation Research A, vol. 34, pp. 171-205.

David G. Victor, 2000, “Controlling Emissions of Greenhouse Gases,” in: Donald Kennedy and Roger Sant, ed., A Global Environmental Agenda for the U.S. (Washington, DC: Aspen Institute).

Thomas Bernauer, Kenneth A. Oye, and David G. Victor, 2000, “Regulatory Diversity: Can the World Trading System Cope?” Swiss Political Science Review, vol. 6, pp. 96-108.
Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2000, “WTO’s Efforts to Manage Differences in National Sanitary and Phytosanitary Policies,” Working Paper 2.72, Center for German and European Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

David G. Victor and Jesse H. Ausubel, 2000, “Restoring the Forests,” Foreign Affairs, vol. 79, No. 6. (November/December), pp. 127-144.

David G. Victor, 2000, “The Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement of the World Trade Organization: An assessment after five years,” New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, vol. 32, No. 4 (summer), pp. 865-937.

David G. Victor, 2000, “What Roles Can International Law and Institutions Play in Restoring World Forests?” contribution to: “The Great Restoration: A Vision for the World’s Forests in 2050,” 20-21 January, Washington, DC.

Rebecca U. Weiner & David G. Victor, 2000, “Industrial Roundwood Demand Projections to 2050: A brief review of the literature,” contribution to: “The Great Restoration: A Vision for the World’s Forests in 2050,” 20-21 January, Washington, DC. Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2000, “The Trading World Can Do Without a ‘Millennium Round,’” International Herald Tribune, op-ed page, 26 January.

David G. Victor, 2000, “Over a Barrel,” The Economist, 22 January (letter).
Not available online.

David G. Victor, 2000, “Enforcing International Law: Implications for an Effective Global Warming Regime,” Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, vol. 10, pp. 147-184.

David G. Victor, 2000, “Kyoto is Dead: An Upbeat Requiem,” Grist (online debate with Dan Lashof, Natural Resources Defense Council, commissioned by Grist), 17 Jan. Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1999, "The Regulation of Greenhouse Gases--Does Fairness Matter?" in:
F. Tóth, ed., Fair Weather? Equity Concerns in Climate Change (London: Earthscan), chapter 12. Not available online.

David G. Victor and Gordon J. MacDonald, 1999, “A Model for Estimating Future Emissions of Sulfur Hexafluoride and Perfluorocarbons,” Climatic Change, vol. 42, pp. 633-662.

Arnulf Grübler, Nebojša Nakienovi, David G. Victor, 1999, “Dynamics of Energy Technologies and Global Change,” Energy Policy, vol. 27, pp. 247-280.

Andreas Schafer and David G. Victor, 1999, “Global Passenger Travel: Implications for Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” Energy-The International Journal, vol. 24, pp. 657-679.

Arnulf Grübler, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, David G. Victor, 1999, “Energy Technology and Global Change: Modeling Techniques Developed at IIASA,” Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, vol. 24, 545-569.

David G. Victor, 1999, “The Market for International Environmental Protection Services and the Perils of Coordination,” for: Interlinkages: International Conference on Synergies and Coordination between Multilateral Environmental Agreements, United Nations University, Tokyo, 14-16 July.

David G. Victor, 1999, “Working Together for the Earth,” Nature, vol. 401, p. 17 (new journal review of Environmental Science and Policy).

David G. Victor and Eugene B. Skolnikoff, 1999, “Translating Intent Into Action: Implementing Environmental Commitments,” Environment, vol. 41, No. 2 (March), pp. 16-20 & 39-44.
Not available online.

David G. Victor, Kal Raustiala, Eugene B. Skolnikoff, eds., 1998, The Implementation and Effectiveness of International Environmental Commitments: Theory and Practice (Cambridge: MIT Press). Author or co-author of chapters:
(1) Victor, Raustiala, Skolnikoff, "Introduction and Overview,"
(4) Victor, "The Operation and Effectiveness of the Montreal Protocol's Non-Compliance Procedure,"
(6) Victor, "Regulation of Trade in Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides," and
(16) Raustiala and Victor, "Conclusions."
Not avilalable online.

David G. Victor, 1998, “Kyoto Shell Game,” The Washington Post, 20 November, p. A29

David G. Victor, 1998, “Strategies for Cutting Carbon,” Nature, 395, 837-838 (news & views commentary).

David G. Victor, 1998, “Green Markets,” review of M.R. Chertow and D.C. Esty, eds., Thinking Ecologically: the next generation of environmental policy, published in: Ecology, vol. 79, pp. 2210-2211 (book review).

David G. Victor and Gordon J. MacDonald, 1997, "How to Make Kyoto a Success," Nature, 389, 777 (correspondence).

Andreas Schafer and David G. Victor, 1997, "Global Mobility: Past and Future," Scientific American, vol. 277, No. 4 (October), 58-61. Abstract only.

David G. Victor and Gordon J. MacDonald, 1997, "Regulating Global Warming: Success in Kyoto," Linkages, 2, 2-4.

Vladimir Kotov, Elena Nikitina, Alexei Roginko, Olav S. Stokke, David G. Victor, and Ronnie Hjorth, 1997, "Implementation of International Environmental Commitments in Countries in Transition," MOCT-MOST Economic Policy in Transition Economies, vol. 7, no. 2, 103-128.

David G. Victor and Eugene B. Skolnikoff, 1997, "Implementing Environmental Commitments: How Governments, Industry and NGOs Put International Agreements Into Practice," Options (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Spring).

David G. Victor, 1997, "The Use and Effectiveness of Nonbinding Instruments in the Management of Complex International Environmental Problems," Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, 91st Annual Meeting, pp. 241-250. Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1996, "The Early Operation and Effectiveness of the Montreal Protocol's Non-Compliance Procedure," Executive Report ER-96-2, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria.

Kal Raustiala and David G. Victor, 1996, "Biodiversity Since Rio: The Future of the Convention on Biological Diversity," Environment, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 16-20 & 37-45. (Additional commentary in vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 3-5.).

David G. Victor, 1996, "The Montreal Protocol's Non-Compliance Procedure: Lessons for Making Other International Environmental Regimes More Effective," in: Winfried Lang, ed., The Ozone Treaties and Their Influence on the Building of Environmental Regimes, Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Vienna. Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1996, "The Uses and Design of Targets in International Environmental Agreements," in: David G. Victor, Abram Chayes, Eugene B. Skolnikoff and John Katzenberger, eds., Improving the Effectiveness of the Climate Regime (Aspen: Aspen Global Change Institute); presented at the Aspen Global Change Institute, August 1995.
Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1995, "Design Options for Article 13 of the Framework Convention on Climate Change: Lessons from the GATT Dispute Panel System," Executive Report
ER-95-1, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.

Jesse H. Ausubel, David G. Victor and Iddo K. Wernick, 1995, "The Environment Since 1970," Consequences, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 3-15.

David G. Victor, 1995, "Global Warming: Avoid Illusory Goals," The International Herald Tribune, 29 March, p. 8 (Op/Ed page commentary).

David G. Victor and Julian Salt, 1995, "Keeping the Climate Treaty Relevant," Nature, vol. 373, pp. 280-282.

John Lanchbery and David G. Victor, 1995, "The Role of Science in the Global Climate Negotiations," in: H.O. Bergesen and G. Parmann, eds., Green Globe Yearbook, 1995 (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1995, "On Writing Good Histories of Climate Change and Testing Social Science Theories," Climatic Change, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 363-369 (editorial).

David G. Victor and Julian Salt, 1994, "From Rio to Berlin: Managing Climate Change," Environment, vol. 36, no. 10, pp. 6-15 & 25-32. Updated and reprinted in: T.W. Giambelluca and A. Henderson-Sellers, eds., Climate Change, People and Policy: Developing Southern Hemisphere Perspectives (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1996). Not available online.

Tom Tietenberg and David G. Victor, 1994, "Possible Administrative Structures and Procedures for Implementing a Tradeable Entitlement Approach to Controlling Global Warming," in: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Possible Rules, Regulations and Administrative Arrangements for a Global Market in CO2 Entitlements, part I (New York: United Nations). Not available online.

David G. Victor with Abram Chayes and Eugene B. Skolnikoff, 1993, "Pragmatic Approaches to Regime-Building for Complex International Problems," in: N. Choucri, ed., Global Accord: Environmental Challenges and International Responses (Cambridge: MIT Press). Not available online.

David M. Hart and David G. Victor, 1993, "Scientific Elites and the Making of U.S. Policy for Climate Change Research, 1957-1974," Social Studies of Science, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 643-680.

David G. Victor, 1993, "Policy and Institutional Dimension," in: N. Nakicenovic and A. Grübler, eds., Long-Term Strategies for Mitigating Global Warming: Towards New Earth, in special edition of Energy, 18(5), 401-609. Not available online.

Jesse H. Ausubel and David G. Victor, 1992, "Verification of International Environmental Agreements," Annual Review of Energy and Environment, vol. 17, pp. 1-43.

David G. Victor, 1992, "Practical Aspects of Implementing Carbon Taxes: Issues for OECD Countries," in: Climate Change: Designing a Practical Tax System (Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development). Not available online.

Abram Chayes and Eugene B. Skolnikoff with David G. Victor, "A Prompt Start: Implementing the Framework Convention on Climate Change," report from the Bellagio Conference on Institutional Aspects of International Cooperation on Climate Change, Bellagio, Italy, 28-30 January 1992. Distributed at the final session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee for a Framework Convention on Climate Change, United Nations, May 1992.
Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1991, "Leaking Methane from Natural Gas Vehicles: Implications for Transportation Policy in the Greenhouse Era," Climatic Change, vol. 20, pp. 113-141.

David G. Victor, 1991, "Limits of Market-based Strategies for Slowing Global Warming: The Case of Tradeable Permits," Policy Sciences, vol. 24, pp. 199-222.

Michael Grubb, David G. Victor, and Chris Hope, 1991, "Pragmatics in the Greenhouse," Nature, vol. 354, pp. 348-350 (commentary).

David G. Victor, 1991, "The Greenhouse Index," Environment, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 4-5 (commentary). Not available online.

David G. Victor, 1991, "How to Slow Global Warming," Nature, vol. 349, pp. 451-456 (commentary).

David G. Victor, 1990, "Conflict and Concern," Nature, vol. 348, pp. 361-362 (book review).

David G. Victor, 1990, "Calculating Greenhouse Budgets," Nature, vol. 347, p. 431.

David G. Victor, 1990, "Liquid Hydrogen Aircraft and the Greenhouse Effect," International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 15, pp. 357-367.

David G. Victor, 1987, "Scientists and Laymen," Science, vol. 236, p. 897 (letter).
Not available online.

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