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Robert Macneil and Matthew Paterson, “Neoliberal Climate Policy: From market fetishism to the developmental state”, Environmental Politics, forthcoming.
Matthew Paterson and Johannes Stripple, “Virtuous Carbon”, Environmental Politics, forthcoming.
Matthew Paterson, “Who and what are carbon markets for? Politics and the development of climate policy”, Climate Policy, 11, 2011., (sous presse)
Steven Bernstein, Michele Betsill, Matthew Hoffmann and Matthew Paterson, “A Tale of Two Copenhagens: Carbon Markets and Climate Governance.”, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39(1), 161-173, 2010.
Philippe Descheneau and Matthew Paterson, “Between Desire and Routine: Assembling Environment and Finance in Carbon Markets”, Antipode, 43(4), 662-681.
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Paterson, M. and Stripple, J. My Space: governing individual carbon emissions. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Forthcoming 2010.
Paterson, M. Legitimation and accumulation in climate change governance. New Political Economy, forthcoming 2010.
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Paterson, M. and Dalby, S. Empire’s Ecological Tyreprints, Environmental Politics, 15: 1-22, 2006.
Matthews, K. and Paterson, M., Boom or Bust? The political-economic engine behind the drive for climate change policy, Global Change, Peace and Security, 17: 59-75, 2005.
Barry, J. and Paterson, M., Globalisation, ecological modernization, and New Labour, Political Studies, 52, 4: 767-784, 2004.
Paterson, M. and Barry, J., The British State and the Environment: New Labour’s Ecological Modernisation Strategy, International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 2: 237-249, 2003.
Doherty, B., Paterson, M. Plows, A., and Wall, D. Explaining the fuel protests, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 5: 1-23, 2003.
Doherty, B., Paterson, M. Plows, A., and Wall, D. The Fuel Protests of 2000: Implications for the Environmental Movement in Britain, Environmental Politics, 11: 165-173, 2002.
Paterson, M., Risky Business: Insurance Companies in Global Warming Politics, Global Environmental Politics 1: 18-42, 2001.
Paterson, M., Climate policy as accumulation strategy: the failure of COP6 and emerging trends in climate politics, Global Environmental Politics 1: 10-17, 2001.
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