Bio


John P. Weyant is Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Director of the Energy Modeling Forum (EMF) and Deputy Director of the Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency at Stanford University. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Precourt Institute for Energy and the Freeman-Spolgi Institute for International Studies at Stanford. Prof. Weyant earned a B.S./M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautics, M.S. degrees in Engineering Management and in Operations Research and Statistics all from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Ph.D. in Management Science with minors in Economics, Operations Research, and Organization Theory from University of California at Berkeley. He also was also a National Science Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. His current research focuses on analysis of global climate change policy options, energy efficiency analysis, energy technology assessment, and models for strategic planning. He currently serves as co-editor of the journal Energy Economics.
Weyant has been a convening lead author or lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for chapters on integrated assessment, greenhouse gas mitigation, integrated climate impacts, and sustainable development, and most recently served as a review editor for the climate change mitigation working group of the IPCC's forth assessment report. He was also a founder and serves as chairman of the Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium (IAMC), a five year old collaboratory with 53 member institutions from around the world. He has been active in the U.S. debate on climate change policy through the Department of State, the Department of Energy, and the Environmental Protection Agency. In California, he is a member of the California Air Resources Board's Economic and Technology Advancement Advisory Committee (ETAAC) which is charged with making recommendations for technology policies to help implement AB 32, The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.
Weyant was awarded the US Association for Energy Economics’ 2008 Adelmann-Frankel award for unique and innovative contributions to the field of energy economics. Weyant was honored in 2007 as a major contributor to the Nobel Peace prize awarded to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and in 2008 by Chairman Mary Nichols for contributions to the to the California Air Resources Board's Economic and Technology Advancement Advisory Committee on AB 32.

Fields of Specialization:
Energy/Environmental Policy Analysis, Strategic Planning

Interests:
Weyant's research focuses on global climate change, energy security analysis, Japanese energy policy, and methods for strategic planning.

Academic Appointments


Honors & Awards


  • Co-organizer, DIMACS Princeton workshop on discrete optimization (1999)
  • Section Officer (Linear Programming), Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (1997-2000)
  • Associate Editor, Mathematics of Operations Research (1998-2001)
  • Area Editor of Optimization & Engineering, Optimization & Engineering (2000)
  • Professional Activities Semi-Plenary speaker, 17th International Symposium on Mathematical Programming, Atlanta (2000)

Professional Education


  • MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Operations Research and Statistics (1971)
  • MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Aero. Eng. and Astronautics (1970)
  • PhD, UC Berkeley, Management Science (1976)

Journal Articles


  • EMF OP 68 - Estimating U.S. Oil Security Premiums Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P., Brown, Stephen, P.A., Huntington, Hillard, G.
  • EMF PP 6.2 The Energy Modeling Forum: An Overview Weyant Stanford University Sweeney, James, L., Weyant, John, P.
  • Markets for Energy Efficiency Energy Policy (Elsevier Science Ltd.) Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G., Schipper, L., Sanstad, Alan, H. ; 10 (22)
  • EMF 26: Changing the Game? Emissions and Market Implications of New Natural Gas Supplies Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2013
  • Introduction to the EMF 29 special issue on the role of border carbon adjustment in unilateral climate policy Preface ENERGY ECONOMICS Boehringer, C., Balistreri, E. J., Rutherford, T. F., Weyant, J. 2012; 34: S95-S96
  • Regional energy system variation in global models: Results from the Asian Modeling Exercise scenarios ENERGY ECONOMICS Clarke, L., Krey, V., Weyant, J., Chaturvedi, V. 2012; 34: S293-S305
  • A special issue on the RCPs CLIMATIC CHANGE van Vuuren, D. P., Edmonds, J. A., Kainuma, M., Riahi, K., Weyant, J. 2011; 109 (1-2): 1-4
  • Competing or coordinating: IT R&D investment decision making subject to information time lag INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT Yao, T., Weyant, J., Feng, B. 2011; 12 (3): 241-251
  • Accelerating the development and diffusion of new energy technologies: Beyond the "valley of death" ENERGY ECONOMICS Weyant, J. P. 2011; 33 (4): 674-682
  • EMF 25 Summary Report: Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Mitigation Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P. 2011
  • The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment NATURE Moss, R. H., Edmonds, J. A., Hibbard, K. A., Manning, M. R., Rose, S. K., Van Vuuren, D. P., Carter, T. R., Emori, S., Kainuma, M., Kram, T., Meehl, G. A., Mitchell, J. F., Nakicenovic, N., Riahi, K., Smith, S. J., Stouffer, R. J., Thomson, A. M., Weyant, J. P., Wilbanks, T. J. 2010; 463 (7282): 747-756

    Abstract

    Advances in the science and observation of climate change are providing a clearer understanding of the inherent variability of Earth's climate system and its likely response to human and natural influences. The implications of climate change for the environment and society will depend not only on the response of the Earth system to changes in radiative forcings, but also on how humankind responds through changes in technology, economies, lifestyle and policy. Extensive uncertainties exist in future forcings of and responses to climate change, necessitating the use of scenarios of the future to explore the potential consequences of different response options. To date, such scenarios have not adequately examined crucial possibilities, such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, and have relied on research processes that slowed the exchange of information among physical, biological and social scientists. Here we describe a new process for creating plausible scenarios to investigate some of the most challenging and important questions about climate change confronting the global community.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/nature08823

    View details for Web of Science ID 000274394300028

    View details for PubMedID 20148028

  • Untitled ENERGY ECONOMICS Ang, B. W., Tol, R. S., Weyant, J. P. 2010; 32 (1): 1-2
  • A perspective on integrated assessment CLIMATIC CHANGE Weyant, J. P. 2009; 95 (3-4): 317-323
  • Untitled ENERGY ECONOMICS Ang, B. W., Tol, R. S., Weyant, J. P. 2009; 31 (1): 1-3
  • Overview of EMF 22 US transition scenarios ENERGY ECONOMICS Fawcett, A. A., Calvin, K. V., de la Chesnaye, F. C., Reilly, J. M., Weyant, J. P. 2009; 31: S198-S211
  • Introduction to the EMF 22 special issue on climate change control scenarios ENERGY ECONOMICS Clarke, L., Weyant, J. 2009; 31: S63-S63
  • EMF OP 65 - Structural Change and U.S. Energy Use: Recent Patterns Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2009
  • EMF OP 66 - Short- and Long-Run Adjustments in U.S. Petroleum Consumption Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2009
  • EMF OP 67 - Oil Demand and Technical Progress Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2009
  • EMF OP 64 - Creating Jobs With "Green" Power Sources Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2009
  • The Energy Journal 2009 Special Issue: World Natural Gas Markets and Trade Association for Energy Economics Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2009
  • Optimizing US Mitigation Strategies for the Light-Duty Transportation Sector: What We Learn from a Bottom-Up Model ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Yeh, S., Farrell, A., Plevin, R., Sanstad, A., Weyant, J. 2008; 42 (22): 8202-8210

    Abstract

    Few integrated analysis models examine significant U.S. transportation greenhouse gas emission reductions within an integrated energy system. Our analysis, using a bottom-up MARKet ALocation (MARKAL) model, found that stringent system-wide CO2 reduction targets will be required to achieve significant CO2 reductions from the transportation sector. Mitigating transportation emission reductions can result in significant changes in personal vehicle technologies, increases in vehicle fuel efficiency, and decreases in overall transportation fuel use. We analyze policy-oriented mitigation strategies and suggest that mitigation policies should be informed by the transitional nature of technology adoptions and the interactions between the mitigation strategies, and the robustness of mitigation strategies to long-term reduction goals, input assumptions, and policy and social factors. More research is needed to help identify robust policies that will achieve the best outcome in the face of uncertainties.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/es8005805

    View details for Web of Science ID 000260921400008

    View details for PubMedID 19068795

  • On the sources of technological change: What do the models assume? ENERGY ECONOMICS Clarke, L., Weyant, J., Edmonds, J. 2008; 30 (2): 409-424
  • EMF-21: Land in Climate Stabilization Modeling: Initial Observations Energy Modeling Forum EMF Report 21 Weyant, John, P. 2008
  • A Critique of the Stern Review's Mitigation Cost Analyses and Integrated Assessment REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY Weyant, J. P. 2008; 2 (1): 77-93
  • EMF OP 63 Energy Security and Climate Change Protection: Complementarity or Tradeoff? Stanford University Weyant, John., P, Brown, Stephen, P. A., Huntington, Hillard, G., Huntington, H. 2008
  • EMF OP 62 The Oil Security Problem Stanford University Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2008
  • EMF WP 23.3 Key Assumptions and Results: Appendix Worksheets for the INGM Model Stanford University Weyant, J. P., Huntington, H. 2008
  • Comment on "Alternative measures of output in global economic-environmental models: Purchasing power parity or market exchange rates?" by William Nordhaus ENERGY ECONOMICS Weyant, J. P. 2007; 29 (3): 373-374
  • EMF OP 59 Industrial Natural Gas Consumption in the United States: An Empirical Model for Evaluating Future Trends Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2007
  • EMF OP 61 - Price and Income Responsiveness of World Oil Demand, by Product Dermot Gately Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P., Huntington, H., Dargay, Joyce, M. 2007
  • EMF OP 60 Oil Shocks and Real U.S. Income Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2007
  • EMF-23: Prices and Trade in a Globalizing Natural Gas Market EMF Report 23 Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2007
  • Energy economics' most influential papers ENERGY ECONOMICS Tol, R. S., Weyant, J. P. 2006; 28 (4): 405-409
  • Overview of EMF-21: Multigas mitigation and climate policy ENERGY JOURNAL Weyant, J. R., de la Chesnaye, F. C., Blanford, G. J. 2006: 1-32
  • Multi-gas scenarios to stabilize radiative forcing ENERGY ECONOMICS Van Vuuren, D. P., Weyant, J., de la Chesnaye, F. 2006; 28 (1): 102-120
  • EMF 21 Multi-Greenhouse Gas Mitigation and Climate Policy Francisco C. The Energy Journal Special Issue De La Chesnaye, C., Weyant, John, P. 2006
  • EMF OP 58 Energy Diplomacy and Security: Prepared Statement Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2006
  • Climate suitability for stable malaria transmission in Zimbabwe under different climate change scenarios CLIMATIC CHANGE Ebi, K. L., Hartman, J., Chan, N., McConnell, J., SCHLESINGER, M., Weyant, J. 2005; 73 (3): 375-393
  • Energy economics ENERGY ECONOMICS Tol, R. S., Weyant, J. P. 2005; 27 (4): 551-552
  • EMF WP 23.2 Modeler Poll for EMF 23 Study on International Natural Markets Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2005
  • EMF SR 8 An Assessment of Oil Market Disruption Risks Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G., Beccue, P. 2005
  • EMF OP 56 Price Asymmetry as Induced Technical Change Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2005
  • EMF SR 9 The Economic Consequences of Higher Crude Oil Prices Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2005
  • EMF WP 23.1 Scenario Design Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2005
  • Special Issue - EMF 19 Alternative Technology Strategies for Climate Change Policy ENERGY ECONOMICS Weyant, J. P. 2004; 26 (4): 501-515
  • EMF OP 53 U.S. Carbon Emissions, Technological Process, and Economic Growth Since 1870 Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2004
  • Untitled ENERGY ECONOMICS Tol, R. S., Weyant, J. P. 2004; 26 (1): V-VI
  • EMF OP 54 Shares, Gaps, and Economy's Response to Oil Disruption Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2004
  • EMF OP 57 After the Natural Gas Bubble: An Economic Evaluation of the Recent U.S. National Petroleum Council Study Stanford University and Energy Journal April 2005 Weyant, John, P., Costello, K., Huntington, Hillard, G., Wilson, James, F. 2004
  • Strategic decisions of new technology adoption under asymmetric information: A game-theoretic model DECISION SCIENCES Zhu, K., Weyant, J. P. 2003; 34 (4): 643-675
  • EMF WP 20.2 Valuing a Medium-Scale Gas Fired Power Plant with Capacity Expansion Options Under a Competitive Environment Central Research Institute for the Electric Power Industry Weyant, John, P., Takahashi, M., Hattori, T., Okada, K., Asano, H. 2003
  • EMF OP 55 Energy Security and Global Climate Change Mitigation Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G., Brown, Stephen, P. A. 2003
  • EMF 20 Report: Natural Gas, Fuel Diversity, and North American Energy Markets Energy Modeling Forum EMF 20 Working Group Weyant, John, P. 2003; 1
  • EMF WP 20.3 Fuel Switching Potential of Electric Generators: A Case Study Stanford University Pyrdol, J., Baron, B. 2003
  • EMF WP 19.2 Environmental Technology Policy and Emerging Technologies Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Clarke, L. 2002
  • EMF-17: Prices and Emissions in a Restructured Electricity Market Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, Jonh, P. 2002; 1
  • EMF OP 52 Modeling Energy Markets and Climate Change Policy Stanford University and Encyclopedia of Energy Huntington, Hillard, G., Weyant, John, P. 2002
  • EMF WP 20.1 Study Design: Natural Gas, Fuel Diversity and American Energy Markets Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, H. 2002
  • EMF OP 51 Energy Disruptions, Interfirm Price Effects, and the Aggregate Economy Stanford University and Energy Economics March 2003 Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2002; 25 (2)
  • EMF OP 50 The Asymmetric Effects of Changes in Price and Income on Energy and Oil Demand Stanford University and Energy Journal 2002 Weyant, John, P., Gately, D., Huntington, Hillard, G. 2001; 1 (23)
  • A report on the EMF 19 study on technology and global climate change policies GREENHOUSE GAS CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES Beecy, D., Richels, R., Weyant, J. 2001: 1026-1031
  • EMF OP 49 Projecting Energy Trends Into the New Century Stanford University and Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, EOLSS Publishers Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G., Rodekohr, M. 2000
  • Approaches for performing uncertainty analysis in large-scale energy/economic policy models ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING & ASSESSMENT Kann, A., Weyant, J. P. 2000; 5 (1): 29-46
  • The Costs of the Kyoto Protocol Energy Journal (special issue) Weyant, John, P. 1999
  • SPECIAL ISSUE THE COSTS OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: A MULTI-MODEL EVALUATION INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW ENERGY JOURNAL Weyant, J. P., Hill, J. N. 1999: VII-XLIV
  • EMF WP 17.1 An International Comparison of Models for Measuring Market Power in Electricity Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Bushnell, J., Day, C., Duckworth, M., Green, R., Halseth, A. 1999
  • EMF WP 14.5 Induced Technological Change in Climate Policy Modeling Stanford University and Environmental Modeling and Assessment Weyant, John, P., Olavson, T. 1999; 14 (2,3)
  • EMF WP 14.4 Approaches for Performing Uncertainty Analysis in Large-Scale Energy/Economic Policy Models Stanford University and Environmental Modeling and Assessment 2000 Kann, A., Weyant, John, P. 1999; 5 (1)
  • Reducing carbon emissions using clean distributed resources TECHNOLOGY'S CRITICAL ROLE IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETS, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Hoff, T. E., Weyant, J. P., Herig, C. 1998: 396-404
  • EMF-15: A Competitive Electricity Industry Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1998; 1
  • EMF OP 43 Crude Oil Prices and U.S. Economic Performance: Where Does the Asymmetry Reside? Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1998
  • Transmission Pricing Energy Modeling Forum Utilities Policy (Elsevier Science Ltd.) Weyant, Jonh, P. 1997; 3 (6)
  • EMF SR 7 Quantifying Oil Disruption Risks Through Expert Judgment Stanford University Huntington, Hillard, G., Kann, A., Weyant, John, P. 1997
  • EMF OP 47 The IPCC Energy Assessment Stanford University and Energy Policy Special Issue: Energy and Greenhouse Has Mitigation: The IPCC Report and Beyond Weyant, John, P. 1997; 24 (10/11)
  • EMF OP 48 Preliminary Results from EMF 14 on Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1997
  • The IPCC energy assessment - Commentary ENERGY POLICY Weyant, J. P. 1996; 24 (10-11): 1005-1008
  • EMF SR 6 Computation of Electric Power Production Cost with Transmission Constraints Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Earle, Robert, L. 1996
  • EMF-13: Markets for Energy Efficiency Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1996; 1
  • EMF OP 44 Some Implications of Increased Cooperation in World Oil Conservation Stanford University; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Economic Review, Second Quarter Weyant, Jonh, P., Brown, Stephen, P. A., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1996
  • EMF WP 14.2 Hedging Stratgies for Global Dioxide Abatement: A Summary of Pull Results - EMF 14 Subgroup Analysis for Decisions Under Uncertainty Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Manne, Alan, S. 1996
  • EMF WP 14.3 The Berlin Mandate: The Design of Cost-Effective Mitigation Strategies Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Richls, R., Edmonds, J., Gruenspecht, H., Wigley, T. 1996
  • EMF OP 46 Insights from Integrated Assessment Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1996
  • EMF OP 45 Testimony at the Hearings on U.S. Climate Change Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1996
  • EMF WP 14.1 Second Round Study for EMF 14: Integrated Assessment of Global Climate Change Energy Modeling Forum Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1995
  • EMF OP 42 LDC Cooperation in World Oil Conservation Policies Stanford University; The Energy Journal Special Weyant, John, P., Brown, Stephen, P.A., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1994
  • EMF-13: Markets for Energy Efficiency Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1994; 2
  • EMF OP 34 Oil Price Forecasting During the 1980s: What Went Wrong? Energy Journal Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1994; 2 (15)
  • EMF OP 41 Been Top Down So Long It Looks Like Bottom Up Stanford University; Energy Policy Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1994; 10 (22)
  • EMF OP 40 Assessing the Economic Cost of U.S. Oil Conservation Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Brown, Stephen, P.A., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1994
  • COSTS OF REDUCING GLOBAL CARBON EMISSIONS JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES Weyant, J. P. 1993; 7 (4): 27-46
  • EMF SR 5 Comparative Analysis of Energy Intensity Between the U.S. and Japan Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Nagata, Y. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.14 Results from the Jogensen-Wilcoxen Model - Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions: An Econometric General Equilibrium Assessment Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Jorgensen, Dale, W., Wilcoxen, Peter, J. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.4 Decomposition of Carbon Emission Reduction Projections Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Sit, M. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.2 Study Design for EMF 12 Global Climate Change: Energy Sector Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Emission Control Strategies Energy Modeling Forum Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1993
  • EMF OP 38 Costs of Reducing Global Carbon Emissions: An Overview Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.7 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Climate Change Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Peck, S., Teisberg, Thomas, J. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.5 The Technology Group Analysis Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Friedman, R., Newman, J., Belanger, S., Diener, A., Morris, S. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.3 Structural Comparison of EMF 12 Models Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.13 Results from the Edmonds-Reilly Model Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Edmonds, J. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.8 The Efficiency Value of Carbon Tax Revenues Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Shackleton, R., Shelby, M., Cristofaro, A., Brinner, R., Yanchar, J. 1993
  • EMF OP 37 EMF 12: Model Comparisons of the Costs of Reducing CO2 Emissions Darius Stanford University Gaskins, W., Weyant, John, P. 1993
  • EMF OP 35 Limiting Oil Imports: Cost Estimates From a Range of U.S. Model Projections Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1993
  • EMF WP 13.3 Modeling Energy Technology Choices: Which Finance Tools Are Appropriate? Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Johnson, B. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.20 The Value of Cooperation in Abating Climate Change Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Hammitt, J., Adams, J. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.19 Sorting Out Facts and Uncertainties in Economic Response Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Yohe, Gary, W. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.18 Results from the Gemini-Energy Environmental Model - Analyzing Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Cohan, D., Deiner, A., Drozd, M., Gjerde, A., Haas, S. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.17 Results from the ICF Global-Macro Model: Estimation of Costs to Meet the CO2 Emission Targets in the Energy Sector Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Pepper, W. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.16 Results from the TGAS Model - Is the Forecast for Carbon Taxes Forecast by TGAS an Outlier: Why the Forecasts by Other Models are Too Low Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Kaufmann, Robert, T. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.15 Results from the U.S. Markal Model for EMF 12 Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Morris, S., C., Lee, J., Goldstein, G. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.12 Lessons for the Implementation of Policies to Mitigate Carbon Dioxide Emissions Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Leary, Neil, A., Scheraga, Joel, D. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.6 The Transition to Reduced Levels of Carbon Emissions Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Peterson, E., Belanger, S., Cohan, D., Diener, A., Drozd, J., Michael 1993
  • EMF WP 12.21 Carbon Coalitions: The Cost and Effectiveness of Energy Agreements to Alter Trajectories of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Emission Stanford University Edmonds, J., Barns, David, W., Ton, M. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.10 Energy Security Impacts of Carbon Emission Reduction Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Rosenthal, D., Haspel, A., Lewis, H. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.9 The Distributional Impacts of a Carbon Tax Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Schillo, B., Giannarelli, L., Kelly, D., Swanson, S., Wilcoxen, P. 1993
  • EMF WP 13.4 Models of Individual Energy Technology Choice: Their Implications for Energy Technology Market Participants and Policy-Makers Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Johnson, B. 1993
  • EMF WP 12.1 Global Climate Change: Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Control Strategies, Executive Summary Energy Modeling Forum Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1993
  • EMF OP 39 Structural Comparison of the Models in EMF 12 Stanford University; Energy Policy Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1993
  • EMF PP 7.4 A Selection of Possible Studies for the Energy Modeling Forum Stanford University Huntington, Hillard, G., Weyant, John, P. 1992
  • EMF WP 12.27 Technical Details for the Core Set of Models Participating in EMF 12 Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1992
  • EMF OP 36 OECD Oil Demand: Estimated Response Surfaces for Nine World Oil Policy Models Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1992
  • EMF WP 13.2 Back to Basics: Searching for Principles to Guide the Energy Conservation Policy Debate Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Johnson, B. 1992
  • EMF WP 13.1 Projecting Energy Efficiency Improvement Potential: A Comparison of Methodologies Used in Six Recent Studies Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Johnson, B. 1992
  • EMF WP 12.28 A Structural Comparison of Models Used in EMF 12 to Analyze the Costs of Policies for Reducing Energy Sector CO2 Emissions Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1992
  • EMF OP 33 A Comparison of Aggregate Energy Demand Models for Global Warming Policy Analyses Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, Ronald, D., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1991
  • EMF WP 12.25 A Structural Comparison of Energy-Economy Models Used for Global Warming Policy Analysis Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1991
  • EMF WP 12.26 Model Technical Summaries Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Beaver, R. 1991
  • EMF OP 31 Economic Impacts of U.S. Oil Replacement Policies: Methodology and Results for the OTA Analysis Stanford University Huntington, Hillard, G., Weyan, John, P. 1991
  • EMF OP 30 Emerging Competition in California Gas Markets EMF OP 30 Emerging Competition in California Gas Markets Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1991
  • EMF-11: International Oil Supplies and Demands Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1991
  • ENERGY ECONOMY MODELING - A SURVEY ENERGY Cofala, J., KUCZMOWSKI, T., Weyant, J. 1990; 15 (3-4): 387-394
  • INTEGRATED MODELS ENERGY Labys, W. C., Weyant, J. P. 1990; 15 (3-4): 341-344
  • POLICY MODELING - AN OVERVIEW ENERGY Weyant, J. P. 1990; 15 (3-4): 203-206
  • ENGINEERING ECONOMIC MODELING - ENERGY-SYSTEMS ENERGY Weyant, J. P., KUCZMOWSKI, T. A. 1990; 15 (3-4): R5-R5
  • EMF OP 28 Whither Long Term Canada-U.S. Natural Gas Trade? A View from the (Modelling) Trenches Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Rowse, J. 1990
  • EMF OP 29 Oil: Alternative Perspectives on the Decade Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1990
  • EMF SR 4 Engineering-Economic Modeling: Energy Systems Energy - The International Journal Weyant, John, P., Kuczmowski, Thomas, A. 1990; 3/4 (15)
  • EMF WP 10.2 The Roles of Analytical Models in National Electricity Policy Debates: Issues and Frontiers Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Blair, P. 1990
  • EMF WP 10.1 Electricity Market Players Subgroup Report Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Borison, A. 1990
  • EMF OP 32 Substitution Between Activities with Different Energy Intensities Resources and Energy Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1990; 1 (13)
  • EMF OP 27 The Effects of Changes in the Economic Structure on Energy Demand in the USSR and the US EA Medvedeva Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Boyd, G., Kononov, Yu., D., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1990
  • EMF-9: North American Natural Gas Markets Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1989
  • EMF WP 9.8 Database for EMF Study on North American Natural Gas Markets Energy Modeling Forum Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1989
  • EMF OP 25 The Impact of Sectoral Shifts in Industry on U.S. Energy Demands Energy Weyant, ohn, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1989
  • EMF-9: North American Natural Gas Markets: Selected Technical Studies Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1989
  • EMF SR 3 Survey of Utility Real-Time Pricing Projects in the U.S. Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Asano, H. 1989
  • INDUSTRIAL ENERGY DEMAND - A SIMPLE STRUCTURAL APPROACH RESOURCES AND ENERGY Peck, S. C., BOSCH, D. K., Weyant, J. P. 1988; 10 (2): 111-133
  • EMF OP 22 Industrial Energy Demand: A Simple Structural Approach Resources and Energy Peck, S. C., Bosch, Debora, K., Weyant, John, P. 1988; 2 (10)
  • IS THERE POLICY-ORIENTED LEARNING IN THE ANALYSIS OF NATURAL-GAS POLICY ISSUES POLICY SCIENCES Weyant, J. P. 1988; 21 (2-3): 239-261
  • EMF OP 26 Energy and National Security: Should GNP Impacts Preclude Oil Tariffs? The Energy Journal Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1988; 2 (9)
  • EMF OP 24 The Energy Problem: A Real World Laboratory For the Empirical Economist Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1987
  • EMF 8 Industrial Energy Demand Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1987
  • EMF OP 23 EMF 8 Projections of U.S. Industrial Energy Demand Stanford University Weyant, John, P. 1987
  • EMF OP 20 The U.S. Dollar and the World Oil Market Energy Policy Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1986
  • EMF OP 21 The Oil Price Collapse and Growing American Vulnerability Stanford University Rowen, Henry, S., Weyant, John, P. 1986
  • EMF SR 2 Application of Quantitative Methods for Energy-Economic Planning in Semisocialized Economies Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Ussher, Miguel, S., Salerno, Adriana, C. 1985
  • GENERAL ECONOMIC EQUILIBRIUM AS A UNIFYING CONCEPT IN ENERGY-ECONOMIC MODELING MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Weyant, J. P. 1985; 31 (5): 548-563
  • EMF OP 18 Oil Prices and Inflation Annual Review of Energy Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1985; 10
  • EMF OP 19 Using Data Analysis and Modeling in Planning Petroleum Management Weyant, John, P. 1985; 7 (7)
  • EMF OP 12 The Transition to Nondepletable Energy: Social Planning and Market Models of Capacity Expansion Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Powell, Stephen, G., Oren, Shmuel, S. 1984
  • THE IMPACT OF RISING OIL PRICES ON THE WORLD-ECONOMY - MATTHIESSEN,L JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE Weyant, J. P. 1984; 22 (2): 628-630
  • THE CONTINUING THREAT OF OIL-SUPPLY INTERRUPTIONS JOURNAL OF POLICY ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT Weyant, J. P. 1984; 3 (3): 393-405
  • EMF SR 1 Rate-of-Return Regulation and Efficiency: The Economics of the Natural Gas Pipeline and Distribution Industry Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Samuelson, Ralph, D. 1984
  • EMF 7 Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Shocks Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1984; 1
  • EMF OP 11 Real Oil Prices During 1980-82 The Energy Journal Weyant, John, P., Huntington, Hillard, G. 1984; 3 (5)
  • EMF OP 17 The Response of Energy Demand to Higher Prices: What Have We Learned? Stanford University; The American Economic Review Weyant, John, P., Sweeney, James, L. 1984; 2 (74)
  • EMF OP 13 Optimal Supply of a Depletable Resource with a Backstop Technology: Heal's Theorem Revisited Stanford University Weyant, John, P., Oren, Shmuel, S., Powell, Stephen, G. 1984
  • EMF PP 6.4 Energy Model Comparison: An Overview Large Scale Energy Models - Prospects and Potentials Weyant, John, P., Sweeney, James, L., Thrall, Robert, M. 1983
  • POLICIES TO REDUCE OECD VULNERABILITY TO OIL-SUPPLY DISRUPTIONS ENERGY Kline, D. M., Weyant, J. P. 1983; 8 (3): 199-211
  • OPTIMAL OIL IMPORT TARIFFS - AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE FOR THE 1980S ENERGY POLICY Kline, D. M., Weyant, J. P. 1983; 11 (2): 101-118
  • EMF 6 World Oil Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1982
  • MODELING FOR INSIGHTS, NOT NUMBERS - THE EXPERIENCES OF THE ENERGY MODELING FORUM OMEGA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Huntington, H. G., Weyant, J. P., Sweeney, J. L. 1982; 10 (5): 449-462
  • REDUCING DEPENDENCE ON OIL IMPORTS ENERGY ECONOMICS Kline, D., Weyant, J. P. 1982; 4 (1): 51-64
  • EMF PP 6.5 Modeling for Insights, Not Numbers: The Experiences of the Energy Modeling Forum OMEGA: The International Journal of the Management Sciences Weyant, John, P., Sweeney, James, L. 1982
  • EMF OP 14.1 Will Oil Prices Collapse? The Magazine of Economic Affairs Rowen, Henry, S. 1981; 5 (24)
  • OIL AND NATIONAL-SECURITY - AN INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR SURVIVING AN OIL CRISIS ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENERGY ROWEN, H. S., Weyant, J. P. 1981; 6: 171-198
  • MANAGING AN OIL BONANZA - AN ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE MEXICAN EXPORT POLICIES ENERGY POLICY LEJTMAN, T. M., Weyant, J. P. 1981; 9 (3): 186-196
  • EMF PP 9.1 Testimony Stanford University Sweeney, James, L., Weyant, John, P., Sweeney, James, L. 1981
  • EMF 5 U.S. Oil and Gas Supply Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyan, John, P. 1980
  • QUANTITATIVE MODELS IN ENERGY-POLICY POLICY ANALYSIS Weyant, J. P. 1980; 6 (2): 211-234
  • EMF 4 Aggregate Elasticity of Energy Demand Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1980
  • EMF PP 6.1 The Energy Modeling Forum: Past, Present and Future Stanford University and Energy Policy - The Global Challenge (Fall 1979) Sweeney, James, L., Weyant, John, P. 1979
  • ENERGY-POLICY MODELING - SURVEY OPERATIONS RESEARCH Manne, A. S., Richels, R. G., Weyant, J. P. 1979; 27 (1): 1-36
  • EMF 3 Electric Load Forecasting: Probing the Issues with Models Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, Jophn, P. 1979
  • EMF 2 Coal in Transition: 1980-2000 Energy Modeling Forum Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1978
  • EMF 1 Energy and Economy Energy Modeling Forum Weyant, John, P. 1977; 2

Books and Book Chapters


  • Energy and Environmental Policy Modeling Weyant, John, P. Kluwer Academic Press. 1999
  • Discounting and Intergenerational Equity Portney, Paul, R., Weyant, John, P. edited by Portney, Paul, R., Weyant, John, P. RFF Press. 1999
  • Designing Competitive Electricity Markets Designing Competitive Electricity Markets Weynat, John, P. edited by Chao, H., Huntington, H. 1998: 228

Conference Proceedings


  • On the sources of technological change: Assessing the evidence Clarke, L., Weyant, J., Birky, A. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2006: 579-595
  • Optimal technology R&D in the face of climate uncertainty Baker, E., Clarke, L., Weyant, J. SPRINGER. 2006: 157-179
  • Bn integrated assessment model to evaluate the potential effects of climate change on malaria in Zimbabwe Hartman, J., McConnell, J., Chan, N., Ebi, K., Weyant, J. LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2001: S29-S29
  • An integrated assessment model to evaluate the potential effects of climate change on malaria in Zimbabwe. Hartman, J., McConnell, K. J., Chan, N., Ebi, K. L., Weyant, J. OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC. 2001: S136-S136
  • MODEL COMPARISONS OF THE COSTS OF REDUCING CO2 EMISSIONS GASKINS, D. W., Weyant, J. P. AMER ECON ASSN. 1993: 318-323