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Ruben Bibas
OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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Bioenergy in energy transformation and climate management
SK Rose, E Kriegler, R Bibas, K Calvin, A Popp, DP van Vuuren, J Weyant
Climatic Change 123, 477-493, 2014
2362014
Global energy sector emission reductions and bioenergy use: overview of the bioenergy demand phase of the EMF-33 model comparison
N Bauer, SK Rose, S Fujimori, DP Van Vuuren, J Weyant, M Wise, Y Cui, ...
Climatic Change 163, 1553-1568, 2020
1952020
The macroeconomics of the circular economy transition: A critical review of modelling approaches
A McCarthy, R Dellink, R Bibas
OECD, 2018
1772018
Comparing projections of industrial energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions in long-term energy models
OY Edelenbosch, K Kermeli, W Crijns-Graus, E Worrell, R Bibas, B Fais, ...
Energy 122, 701-710, 2017
1112017
Global Material Resources Outlook to 2060: Economic Drivers and Environmental Consequences
OECD
https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264307452-en, 2019
1042019
Linking global CGE models with sectoral models to generate baseline scenarios: Approaches, opportunities and pitfalls
R Delzeit, R Beach, R Bibas, W Britz, J Chateau, F Freund, J Lefevre, ...
Journal of Global Economic Analysis 5 (1), 162-195, 2020
532020
Impacts of green growth policies on labour markets and wage income distribution: a general equilibrium application to climate and energy policies
J Chateau, R Bibas, E Lanzi
OECD, 2018
512018
Energy efficiency policies and the timing of action: an assessment of climate mitigation costs
R Bibas, A Méjean, M Hamdi-Cherif
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 90, 137-152, 2015
352015
Rethinking the role of scenarios: Participatory scripting of low-carbon scenarios for France
S Mathy, M Fink, R Bibas
Energy Policy 77, 176-190, 2015
332015
Policy scenarios for a transition to a more resource efficient and circular economy
R Bibas, J Chateau, E Lanzi
OECD, 2021
302021
Potential and limitations of bioenergy for low carbon transitions
R Bibas, A Méjean
Climatic Change 123, 731-761, 2014
292014
Macroeconomic drivers of baseline scenarios in dynamic CGE models: review and guidelines proposal
J Foure, A Aguiar, R Bibas, J Chateau, S Fujimori, J Lefevre, M Leimbach, ...
Journal of Global Economic Analysis 5 (1), 28-62, 2020
262020
Combining climate and energy policies: synergies or antagonisms?
O Lecuyer, R Bibas
2012 9th International Conference on the European Energy Market, 1-7, 2012
172012
Combining climate and energy policies: synergies or antagonism? Modeling interactions with energy efficiency instruments
O Lecuyer, R Bibas
FEEM Working Paper, 2012
162012
The contribution of bioenergy to the decarbonization of transport: a multi-model assessment
F Leblanc, R Bibas, S Mima, M Muratori, S Sakamoto, F Sano, N Bauer, ...
Climatic Change 170 (3), 21, 2022
142022
Modeling and simulation of preclinical cardiac safety: towards an integrative framework
A Soubret, G Helmlinger, B Dumotier, R Bibas, A Georgieva
Drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics 24 (1), 76-90, 2009
132009
A short note on integrated assessment modeling approaches: Rejoinder to the review of “Making or breaking climate targets—The AMPERE study on staged accession scenarios for …
E Kriegler, K Riahi, N Bauer, VJ Schwanitz, N Petermann, V Bosetti, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 99, 273-276, 2015
122015
The long-term implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery measures on environmental pressures: A quantitative exploration
R Dellink, C Arriola, R Bibas, E Lanzi, F van Tongeren
OECD, 2021
82021
Investment-oriented climate policy—An opportunity for Europe
CC Jaeger, F Schütze, S Fürst, D Mangalagiu, F Meißner, J Mielke, ...
Global Climate Forum: Berlin, Germany, 2015
72015
Quel rôle pour les scénarios Facteur 4 dans la construction de la décision publique?
S Mathy, M Fink, R Bibas
Développement durable et territoires. Économie, géographie, politique, droit …, 2011
72011
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