Frank Jotzo is Professor at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy, where he directs the Centre for Climate Economics and Policy. He is also Crawford School’s Research Director. As an environmental economist, his research focuses on policy relevant aspects of climate change, energy, and broader issues of environment, development and economic reform.
Frank Jotzo is joint editor-in-chief of the journal Climate Policy and was a Lead Author of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 5th Assessment Report. He has been involved in a number of policy research and advisory exercises, including as senior advisor to Australia’s Garnaut Climate Change Review, advisor to Indonesia‘s Minister of Finance, and to the World Bank. He leads a collaborative research program on market mechanisms for China’s climate and energy policy, supported by the Australian government. He is a member of the Australian Capital Territory’s Climate Change Council and has formally and informally advised other State governments.
He teaches the courses Domestic Climate Change Policy and Economics, International Climate Change Policy and Economics, and Research in Climate Change Economics and Policy, and co-convenes the Master of Climate Change degree.
- Hepburn, C., Neuhoff, K., Acworth, W., Burtraw, D. and Jotzo, F., (2016), ‘The Economics of the EU ETS Market Stability Reserve’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 80:1-5.
- Bataille, C, Waisman, H, Colombier, M et al 2016, ‘The need for national deep decarbonization pathways for effective climate policy’, Climate Policy, S1:7-26.
- Denis, A, Bataille, C & Jotzo, F 2016, ‘Managing carbon-intensive materials in a decarbonizing world without a global price on carbon’, Climate Policy, S1:110-126.
- Pickering, J., Jotzo, F. and Wood, P. (2015), ‘Sharing the global climate finance effort fairly with limited coordination’, Global Environmental Politics, 15(4): 39-62.
- Jotzo, F. and Mazouz, S. (2015), ‘Brown coal exit: a market mechanism for regulated closure of highly emissions intensive power stations’. Economic Analysis and Policy 48: 71-81.
- Jotzo, F. and Löschel, A. (2014), ‘Emissions trading in China: Emerging experiences and international lessons’, Energy Policy 75: 3-8.
- Teng, F. and Jotzo, F. (2014), ‘Reaping the Economic Benefits of Decarbonization for China’, China & World Economy 22(5): 37-54.
- Raupach, M. R., Davis, S. J., Peters, G. P., Andrew, R. M., Canadell, J. G., Ciais, P., Friedlingstein, P., Jotzo, F., van Vuuren, D.P. and Le Quéré, C. (2014). ‘Sharing a quota on cumulative carbon emissions’, Nature Climate Change, 4(10): 873-879.
- Kolstad, C. et al (2014), ‘Social, Economic and Ethical Concepts and Methods’, IPCC 5th Assessment Report Working Group III (lead author).
- Pezzey, J.C.V and Jotzo, F. (2013), ‘Carbon tax needs thresholds to reach its full potential’, Nature Climate Change 3: 1008–1011 (26 November).
- Pezzey, J.C.V. and Jotzo, F. (2012), ‘Tax-versus-trading and efficient revenue recycling as issues for greenhouse gas abatement’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 64(2): 230-236.
- Wood, P.J. and Jotzo, F. (2011), “Price floors for emissions trading”, Energy Policy 39(3): 1746-1753.
- Garnaut, R., Howes, S., Jotzo, F. and Sheehan, P. (2008), ‘Emissions in the Platinum Age: the implications of rapid development for climate change mitigation’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 24: 377-401.
- Jotzo, F. and Pezzey, J. (2007), ‘Optimal intensity targets for greenhouse emissions trading under uncertainty’, Environmental and Resource Economics 38(2): 259–284.
- Jotzo, F. and Michaelowa, A. (2002), ‘Estimating the CDM market under the Marrakech Accords’, Climate Policy 2(2–3): 179–201.
See Centre for Climate Economics & Policy
Frank Jotzo’s opinion pieces are usually published by The Conversation, East Asia Forum Climate Spectator, Lowy Interpreter and news sites such as Sydney Morning Herald and the ABC.
Links to selected presentations and longer media interviews are here.
Selected research grants
- Australian government (DFAT) 2013-15: ‘China’s climate change policy: the role of markets’ (chief investigator; collaboration with several Chinese universities)
- IDDRI/Climate Strategies 2016-18: ‘Coal Transitions’ research project
- Australian government (Department of Climate Change/DFAT) 2013-15: ‘Australia-China research program on market mechanisms for climate change policy’ (chief investigator; collaboration with several Chinese and Australian universities and other institutions)
- ARC Discovery grant, 2010-13: ‘International coalitions for climate change mitigation: the role of carbon market linkages and trade restrictions’ (chief investigator, with Peter J Wood as named researcher)
- ARC Linkage grant, 2009-11: ‘Governance and economic incentives for reducing the contribution of tropical deforestation to climate change’ (joint CI with Luca Tacconi, and Peter Larmour and Emma Aisbett).
Current PhD students
- Zeba Anjum
- Eliza Murray
- Adriyanto Adriyanto
- Kurnya Roesad
Fitrian Ardiansyah (Environmental implications of land use policies in a decentralised Indonesia)
Patrick Doupé (Financial incentives for reducing the contribution of deforestation to climate change). Post-PhD position: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK).
- Matthew Dornan (The Contribution of Renewable Technologies to Energy Security in Fiji). Post-PhD position: ANU Crawford School.
- Panel member for Shenghao Feng, Jonathan Pickering, Hyungsup Lee, Ditya Nurdianto, Ross Lambie, Greg Buckman.
- Economics and policy of climate change and energy
- Political economy of policy reform
- Environment and development
- Global issues, Australia, China, Indonesia, Asia-Pacific
- Co-convenor, ANU Master of Climate Change
- Convenor, Domestic Climate Change Policy and Economics (EMDV8081)
- Co-convenor, International Climate Change Policy and Economics (EMDV8080)
- Convenor and supervisor, Research in Climate Change Economics and Policy Previous teaching:
- Convenor, Issues in Environment and Development (EMDV8081)