Rafaty, R., Srivastav, S., and Hoops, B. (forthcoming). Revoking Coal Mining Permits: The Case of Germany’s Hambach Forest. Climate Policy.
Farmer, J.D., Hepburn, C., Ives, M.C., Hale, T. Wetzer, T., Mealy, P., Rafaty, R., Srivastav, S., Way, R. (2019). Sensitive Intervention Points in the Post-Carbon Transition. Science, 364(6436), pp. 132-134.
Rafaty, R. (2018). Perceptions of Corruption, Political Distrust, and the Weakening of Climate Policy. Global Environmental Politics, 18(3), pp. 106-129.
Klenert, D., Mattauch, L., Combet, E., Edenhofer, O., Hepburn, C., Rafaty, R., & Stern, N. (2018). Making Carbon Pricing Work for Citizens. Nature Climate Change, 8, pp. 669–677.
Sato, M., Rafaty, R., Calel, R., and Grubb, M. (forthcoming, 2020). Cap-and-Trade in the European Union, in: Holt, W.G. (ed.). Contesting Carbon Policies. Routledge.
Rafaty, R. and Dolphin, G. (2019). Has Carbon Pricing Reduced Aggregate Emissions? Evidence from OECD Countries.
Rafaty, R. and Srivastav, S. (2019). Five Worlds of Political Strategy in the Climate Movement.
Schwarz, M., Rafaty, R., Hendry, D. (2019). Political Drivers of Price Volatility and Structural In- stability in Emissions Trading Systems.
Pigato, M., Black, S., Dussaux, D., Mao, Z., McKenna, M., Touboul, S., Rafaty, R., (forthcoming). Technology Transfer and Innovation for Low-Carbon Development. World Bank, Report No. P169014.
Rafaty, R. (2018). How can consumption-based carbon pricing address carbon leakage and competitiveness concerns? Executive Briefing, Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Selected media articles:
Nationalism, Brexit and Drones – A Conversation with Neal Ascherson, King’s Review, January 14, 2018.
The Price of Quitting the Paris Agreement, London Review of Books blog, June 7, 2017.
Rolling Coal, London Review of Books blog, March 28, 2017.
Long-termism, King’s Review, July 28, 2015.
The Five Smartest Congressional Bills You’ve Never Heard Of, The Nation, June 14, 2011.
Episode 2: Climate change and politics – why haven’t we done more?, The Futuremakers podcast – Series 2