Recent publications include:
Sharp, J., Jaccard, M. and D. Keith, “Anticipating public attitudes to underground CO2 storage,” International
Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 2009.
Axsen, J., Mountain, D. and M. Jaccard,” Combining stated and revealed choice research to simulate preference dynamics: the case of hybrid-electric vehicles.” Resource and
Energy Economics, 2009.
Jaccard, M., “Peak oil and market feedbacks: Chicken Little versus Dr. Pangloss,” in T. Homer-Dixon (ed.) Carbon
Shift, Random House, 2009.
Bataille, C., J-J Tu and M.
Jaccard, “Permit sellers, permit buyers: China and Canada’s roles in a global
low-carbon society,” Climate Policy, 2008.
Mau, P., Eyzaguirre, J.,
Jaccard, M., Collins-Dodd, C., and K. Tiedemann, “The neighbor effect:
simulating dynamics in consumer preferences for new vehicle technologies.” Ecological
Jaccard, M. Designing
Canada’s Low-Carb Diet: Options for Effective Climate Policy, CD Howe Institute Benefactors’ Lecture, 2007
Simpson, J., Jaccard, M.
and N. Rivers, Hot Air: Meeting Canada’s Climate Change Challenge, McClelland
and Stewart, 2007.
Rivers N. and M. Jaccard, “Useful Models for Simulating Policies to Induce Technological Change,” Energy
“Burning Our Money to Warm the Planet: Canada's Ineffective Climate Policies,” 2006. C.D. Howe Commentary.
- “Heterogeneous Capital Stocks and Optimal Timing for CO2 Abatement,” 2006. Resource and Energy Economics.
“Choice of Environmental Policy in the Presence of Learning by Doing,” 2006. Energy Economics.
Jaccard, M. Sustainable Fossil Fuels: The Unusual Suspect in the Quest for Clean and Enduring Energy,
Cambridge University Press, 2005.
- “Simulating Policies to Induce Technological Change: The Usefulness of Energy-Economy Models Under Technological and Behavioural Uncertainty,” 2005. International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy.
- “Canada's Efforts Towards Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction: A Case Study in the Limits of Voluntary Action and Subsidies,” 2005. International Journal of Global Energy Issues.
- “Policies that Mobilize Producers Toward Sustainability: The Renewable Portfolio Standard and the Vehicle Emission Standard,” In G. Toner, Building Canadian Capacity: Sustainable Production and the Knowledge Economy, 2005. UBC Press.
- “Energy-Environment Policy Modeling of Endogenous Technological Change with Personal Vehicles: Combining Top-Down and Bottom-Up Methods,” 2004 Ecological Economics.
- “If Sustainability is Expensive, What Roles for Business and Government? The Case of Greenhouse Gas Reduction in Canada,” 2004 Journal of Business Administration and Policy Analysis.
- “The Renewable Portfolio Standard,” 2004 Encyclopedia of Energy.
- “The Morning After: Optimal GHG Policies for Canada’s Kyoto Obligation and Beyond, 2004 (Jaccard, Rivers and Horne) CD Howe Institute, 31 p.
- “Modeling the Cost of Climate Policy: Distinguishing Between Alternative Cost Definitions and Long-Run Cost Dynamics, 2003 The Energy Journal.
- “Methodological Contrasts in Costing GHG Abatement Policies: Optimization and Simulation Modeling of Micro-Economic Effects in Canada,” 2003 Jaccard et al.), European Journal of Operations Research.
- The Cost of Climate Policy, 2002 (Jaccard, Nyboer and Sadownik), UBC Press, 240 p. Winner of the Best Policy Book in Canada award of the National Policy Research Initiative, and shortlisted for the Donner award for best policy book in Canada.
- “Making Markets Work Better”, 2002 (Jaccard and Mao), In Johansson and Goldemberg, Energy for Sustainable Development. United Nations Development Programme, 260 p. (invited book for the World Summit on Sustainable Development).
- “Sustainable Energy and Urban Form in China: the Relevance of Community Energy Management”, 2001 Energy Policy.
Dr. Jaccard teaches Energy and Materials Management and Policy (REM 650) and Energy and Materials Systems Modelling (REM 658).