publications

Working papers

  • Noailly, J. and R. Smeets (2016) Financing energy innovation: The role of financing constraints for directed technical change from fossil-fuel to renewable innovation. EIB Working papers 06/2016, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg. PDF
  • Wurlod, J. and J. Noailly (2016) The impact of green innovation on energy intensity: An empirical analysis for 14 industrial sectors in OECD countries, CIES Research Paper no.42. PDF
  • Noailly, J. and D. Ryfish (2014) Multinational firms and the internationalization of green R&D: A review of the evidence and policy implications, CIES Research Paper no. 33 PDF
  • Noailly, J. and R. Smeets (2014) Directing technical change from fossil-fuel to renewable energy innovation: An application using firm-level data. CIES Research Paper no. 22.  PDF
  •  Noailly, J. and V. Shestalova (2013) Knowledge spillovers from renewable energy technologies: Lessons from patent citations. CIES Research Paper no. 22. PDF

Journal articles

  • Noailly, J. and V. Shestalova (2017) Knowledge spillovers from renewable energy technologies: Lessons from patent citations. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Vol. 22, March, pp. 1-14.  PDF
  • Noailly,. J. (2016) Research funding: Patience is a virtue. Nature Energy, News and Views, Vol. 1, April. PDF
  • Noailly, J. and R. Smeets (2015) Directing technical change from fossil-fuel to renewable energy innovation: An application using firm-level data, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 72(C), pp. 15-37. PDF
  • Noailly, J. and D. Ryfisch (2015) Multinational firms and the internationalization of green R&D: A review of the evidence and policy implications, Energy Policy, 83(C), pp. 218-228 PDF
  • Noailly, J. (2012) Improving the energy efficiency of buildings: The impact of environmental policy on technological innovation, Energy Economics, 34, pp. 795-806 PDF
  • Noailly, J., S. Vujic and A. Aouragh (2012) The effects of competition on the quality of primary schools in the Netherlands, Environment and Planning A, 44(9), pp.2153-2170. PDF
  • Noailly, J., D. Webbink and B. Jacobs (2011) Should the government subsidize enrolment in science and engineering studies? Applied Economics Letters, 18(4), pp. 371 – 375. PDF
  •  Noailly, J. and S. Batrakova (2010) Stimulating energy-efficient innovations in the Dutch building sector: Empirical evidence from patent counts and policy lessons, Energy Policy, 38, pp. 7803-7817. PDF
  • Noailly, J. and R. Nahuis (2010) Entry and competition in the Dutch notary profession, International Review of Law and Economics, 30(2), pp. 178-185. PDF
  • Noailly, J., J.C.J.M. van den Bergh and C.A. Withagen (2009) Local and global interactions in an evolutionary resource game, Computational Economics, 33(2), pp. 155-173. PDF
  • Noailly, J.  and S. Visser (2009) The impact of market forces in childcare provision: Insights from the 2005 Childcare Act in the Netherlands, Journal of Social Policy, 38(3), pp. 477-498. PDF
  • Koning, P. , J. Noailly and S. Visser (2007) Do not-for-profits make a difference in social services? A survey study. De Economist, 155(3), pp.251-270. PDF
  •  Noailly, J. (2007) Coevolution of economic and ecological systems: An application to pesticide resistance in agriculture. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 17(5), pp.1-29. PDF
  • Noailly, J., C.A. Withagen, and J.C.J.M van den Bergh (2007) Spatial evolution of social norms in a common-pool resource game. Environmental and Resource Economics, 36, pp. 113-141. PDF
  • Parsons, G. and J. Noailly (2004). A value capture property tax for financing beach nourishment projects: an application to Delaware’s ocean beaches. Ocean and Coastal Management, 47, pp. 49-61. PDF
  • Noailly, J., J.C.J.M. van den Bergh and C.A. Withagen (2003) Evolution of harvesting strategies: replicator and resource dynamics. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 13, pp. 183-200. PDF

 Books and books chapters

  • Noailly, J. (2008) Deregulation and quality of professional services: An economic and empirical perspective, In: Professions under pressure, Nicolle Zagers and Herman Boring (eds), The Hague, Boom Juridisch Uitgevers, pp.79-98. PDF
  • Noailly, J., C.A. Withagen and J.C.J.M. van den Bergh (2007) Spatial evolution of social norms in a common-pool resource game. In: Sustainable resource use and economic dynamics, L. Brestscher and S. Smulders (editors), Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp.191-216. PDF
  •   Noailly, J. (2003) Co-evolutionary modeling for sustainable economic development. Ph.D Thesis, Tinbergen Research Series.

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