Duchin, F. 1998. Structural Economics: Measuring Change in Technology, Lifestyles and the Environment, (Washington, D.C.: Island Press).

Duchin, F. and G.-M. Lange. 1994. The Future of the Environment: Ecological Economics and Technological Change,      (New York: Oxford University Press).

Leontief, W. and F. Duchin. 1986. The Future Impact of Automation on Workers, (New York: Oxford University Press). Chapter 1 reprinted in Harald Hagemann, Michael Landesmann and Roberto Scazzieri, editors. 2002. The Economics of Structural Change, (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).

Leontief, W. and F. Duchin. 1983. Military Spending: Facts and Figures, Worldwide Implications and Future Outlook, (New York: Oxford University Press).


Duchin, F. and López-Morales, C.A., 2019. Comment on “Explaining virtual water trade: A spatial-temporal analysis of the comparative advantage of land, labor and water in China,” published by Zhao et al. [in Water Research (2019) 153: 304-314]. Water Research, 158: 157-158.

Cazcarro, I., C. Lopez-Morales, and F. Duchin, 2019. The Global Economic Costs of Substituting Dietary Protein from Fish with Meat, Grains and Legumes, and Dairy, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 23(5): 1159-1171.

Duchin, F. and SH Levine, 2019. The Recovery of Products and Materials for Reuse: The Global Context of Resource Management, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 145: 422-447. (Special Issue on Economy-wide Prospects for Material Recovery and Waste Recycling: Advances in Integrating Input-Output Economics and Industrial Ecology).

Dilekli, N., F. Duchin, I. Cazcarro, 2018. Restricting water withdrawals of the thermal power sector: An input-output analysis for the northeast of the United States, Journal of Cleaner Production, 198: 258-268.

Duchin, F. 2017. Resources for Sustainable Economic Development: A Framework for Evaluating Infrastructure System Alternatives,  Sustainability (Special Issue on Natural Resources Economics).

Duchin, F. and S. Levine, 2017. Choosing Among Alternative Technologies: Conditions for Assuring Structural and Scale Feasibility of a Database or Scenario, Economic Systems Research, 29(4): 541-556.

Duchin, F., 2016. Bottom-Up and Top-Down: A Global Case-Study Framework Applied to Water Supply and Sanitation, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(3): 387-395.

Cazcarro, I., C. López-Morales, and F. Duchin, 2016. The Global Economic Costs of the Need to Treat Polluted Water, Economic Systems Research, 28(3): 295-314.

Dilekli, N. and F. Duchin, 2016. Cellulosic Biofuel Potential in the Northeast of the U.S.: A Scenario Analysis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(1): 120-132.

Duchin, F., 2015. The transformative potential of input–output economics for addressing critical resource challenges of the twenty-first century. Chapter 8 in M. Baranzini, C. Rotondi, and R. Scazzieri, Editors, Scale Constraints, Resource Rents, and Structural Dynamics, Cambridge University Press.

Duchin, F. and S. Levine, 2015. “Rents in the Era of Resource Scarcity:Tracking Payment Flows through the Global Economy,” Journal of Economic Structures, 4(1): article 8.

Duchin, F. and S. Levine, 2015. “Sustainable Use of Global Resources: Combining Multiregional Input-Output Analysis with a World Trade Model for Evaluating Scenarios.  Part 2: Implementation,” Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(4): 783-791.

Duchin, F., S. Levine, and A. Stromman, 2015. “Sustainable Use of Global Resources. Part 1: Conceptualization,” Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(4): 775-782.

López-Morales, C. and F. Duchin, 2015. “Economic Implications of Policy Restrictions Analyzing Scenarios Restricting Water Withdrawals from Surface and Underground Sources with an Inter-Regional Model of the Mexican Economy,” Economics Systems Research, 27(2): 154-171.

Springer, N. and F. Duchin, 2014. Feeding Nine Billion People Sustainably: Conserving Land and Water through Shifting Diets and Changes in Technologies, Environmental Science & Technology, 48(8): 4444–4451.

Julia, R. and F. Duchin, 2013. Population Growth and Climate Change: Implications for Forestland Conversion and Global Food Prices, Sustainability, 5(12):5442-5459 (open access).

Duchin, F. and S. Levine, 2013.Embodied Resource Flows in the Global Economy, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17(1).

Duchin, F. and S. Levine, 2012. The Rectangular Sector-by-Technology Model: Not Every Economy Produces Every Product and Some Products May Rely on Several Technologies Simultaneously, Journal of Economic Structures, 1(3).

Duchin, F. and C. López-Morales, 2012. Do Water-Rich Regions have a Comparative Advantage in Food Production?: Improving the Representation of Water for Agriculture in Economic Models, Economic Systems Research, 24(4):371-389.

López-Morales, C. and F. Duchin, 2011. Policies and Technologies for a Sustainable Use of Water in Mexico: A Scenario Analysis, Economic Systems Research, 23(4): 387-407.

Duchin, F. and S. H. Levine, 2011. Sectors May Use Multiple Technologies Simultaneously: The Rectangular Choice-of-Technology Model with Binding Factor Constraints, Economic Systems Research, 23(3): 281-302 (September).

Duchin, F. and S. H. Levine, 2010.  Embodied Resource Flows and Product Flows: Combining the Absorbing Markov Chain with the Input-Output Model, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 14(4): 586-597.

He, L. and F. Duchin. 2009. Regional Development in China: Interregional Transportation Infrastructure and Regional Comparative Advantage, Economic Systems Research, 21(1).

Strømman, A. E. Hertwich, and F. Duchin. 2009. Shifting Trade Patterns as a Means to Reduce Global CO2 Emissions: Implications for the Aluminium Industry, Journal of Industrial Ecology.

Julia, R. and F. Duchin, 2007. World Trade as the Adjustment Mechanism of Agriculture to Climate Change, Climatic Change.

Strømman, A. and F. Duchin. 2006. A World Trade Model with Bilateral Trade Based on Comparative Advantage, Economic Systems Research, 18(3): 281-297.

Weisz, H. and F. Duchin. 2006. Physical and Monetary Input-Output Analysis: What Makes the Difference? Ecological Economics, 57(3): 534-541.

Duchin F. 2005. Sustainable Consumption of Food, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9(1-2): 99-114. Reprinted in J. Martinez-Allier and I. Ropke, Eds., 2008, Recent Developments in Ecological Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Duchin F. 2005. A World Trade Model based on Comparative Advantage with m Regions, n Goods, and k Factors, Economic Systems Research, 17(2): 141-162.

Erickson, J., Hubacek, K. and F. Duchin. 2003. Input-Output Modeling of Protected Landscapes in the Adirondack Park, Review of Regional Studies, 32(2).

Duchin, F. and K. Hubacek. 2003.  Linking Social Expenditures to Household Lifestyles, Futures, Vol. 35. No. 1, 61-74 (January).

Herce, J.A., F. Duchin, E. Fontela, and T. Lindh. 2003. To Sum Up: Avoiding Unsustainable Futures, Futures, 35(1), 89-97 (January).

Duchin, F. 1999.  Wassily Leontief’s Contributions to Economics, Journal of the Leontief International Input-Output Center, premier issue.   Reprinted in Momento Economico, No. 104.

Duchin, F. and A. Sinha. 1999.  Structural Economics and the Quality of Life, Feminist Economics, Vol. 5, No. 2.

Duchin, F. and G. Lange.  1998.   Prospects for the Recycling of Plastics in the United States, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 9, No. 3.

Duchin, F. 1997.  Technology and Lifestyle, Political Ecology (Ecologia Politica), Nos. 2-3:  84-105.

Duchin, F.  1996.  Population Change, Lifestyle and Technology: How Much Difference Can They Make? Population and Development Review, Vol. 22, No. 2:  321-330.

Duchin, F. 1995. In Honor of Wassily Leontief’s 90th Birthday, introduction to special section of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, in Vol. 6, No. 3:  267-269.

Duchin, F. and G. Lange.  1995.   The Choice of Technology and Associated Changes in Prices in the U.S. Economy, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 6, No. 3:  335-357.

Duchin, F., G. Lange and G. Kell. 1995. Technological Change, Trade and the Environment, Ecological Economics, Vol.             14, No. 3:  185-193.

Lange, G.-M. and F. Duchin.  1994. Integrated Environmental-Economic Accounting, Natural Resource Accounts, and Natural Resource Management in Africa, (Washington, DC: Winrock International Environmental Alliance).

Duchin, F. and G. Lange. 1992. Technological Choices, Prices, and Their Implications for the U.S. Economy, 1963-2000, Economic Systems Research, Vol. 4, No. 1.

Duchin, F. 1991.  Prospects for Environmentally Sound Economic Development in the North, in the South, and in North-     South Economic Relations: the Role for Action-Oriented Analysis, Journal of Clean Technology and Environmental Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 3/4:  225-238.

Duchin, F., A. Steenge and A. Vercelli.  1991.  Environment and Economics, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 2, No. 2.

Duchin, F. 1990.   The Conversion of Biological Materials and Wastes to Useful Products, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 1, No. 2.

Duchin, F. 1990.  Evaluating Strategies for Environmentally Sound Economic Development: An Input-Output Approach, Innovation and Input-Output Technique, Journal of the Pan-Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies, Japan, Vol. 1, No. 3.

Duchin, F. 1990.  Technological Change and International Trade, Economic Systems Research, Vol. 2, No. 1.

_____. 1989.  International Trade and the Use of Capital and Labor in the U.S. Economy, Economic Systems Research, Vol. 1, No. 3.

Duchin, F.  1988.  Comment on the Pre-College Economics Curriculum, Theory and Research in Social Education, Vol. XVI, No. 3: 313-314.

Duchin, F. 1988.  Analyzing Technological Change: An Engineering Database for Input-Output Models of the Economy, Engineering with Computers, Vol. 4: 99-105.

Duchin, F. and G. Lange.  1987.  Modeling The Impact of Technological Change, Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 109, No. 1: 40-44.

Duchin, F. and D. Szyld.  1985.  A Dynamic Input-Output Model with Assured Positive Output, Metroeconomica, Vol. 37:  269-282. Reprinted in H. Kurz, C. Lager, and E. Dietzenbacher, editors, 1998.  Input-Output Analysis, (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).  4/4/17

Leontief, W., F. Duchin and D. Szyld.   1985.  New Approaches in Economic Analysis, Science.

Duchin, F. 1983.  Economic Consequences of Military Spending, Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 17, No. 2.

Duchin, F. and D. Szyld.  1979.  Application of Sparse Matrix Techniques to Inter-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Economics of Planning, Vol. 15, No.2-3.



Lopez-Morales, C.A., N. Springer, and F. Duchin, 2017. Economy-wide Prospects for Material Recovery and Waste Recycling: Advances in Integrating Input-Output Economics and Industrial Ecology, Resources Conservation and Recycling, 130 (Call for Papers for Special Issue).

Duchin, F., 2017. Book review of P. Hawken, Drawdown: The Most Compelling Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, Science, Vol. 356, Issue 3340, p. 811 (May 26)),

Duchin, 2015. The Significant Potential of Input-Output Economics for Addressing the Critical Challenges of the 21st Century. Chapter 8 in M. Baranzini, C. Rotondi and R. Scazzieri, editors, Resources, Production and Structural Dynamics, Cambridge University Press.

Juliá, R. and F. Duchin, 2014. World Trade as the Adjustment Mechanism of Agriculture to Climate Change, In D. Stern, L. Dobes, and F. Jotzo, eds., Climate Change and the World Economy. Reprinted from (2007), Climatic Change, 82 (3-4): 393-409.

MacLean, H., F. Duchin, C. Hagelüken, K. Halada, S. Kesler, Y. Moriguchi, D. Mueller, T. Norgate, M. Reuter, and E. van der Voet, 2009. Mineral Resources:  Stocks, Flows, and Prospects. In Graedel, T., and E. van der Voet, eds., Linkages of Sustainability. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Duchin, F. 2009. Input-Output Economics and Material Flows, Chapter 2 in Sangwon Suh, ed., Handbook on Input-Output Analysis in Industrial Ecology, (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).

Duchin, F.  2008. Sustainable Consumption of Food, Reprinted in J. Martinez-Allier and I. Ropke, Eds., Recent Developments in Ecological Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (From 2005, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9(1-2): 99-114).

Duchin, F. 2007. Energy and the Global Economy, in: Aloys Prinz, Albert E. Steenge and Jörg Schmidt (Eds.), The Rules of the Game: Institutions, Law and Economics, Lit Verlag, Münster.

Duchin, F.  2004.  International Trade: Evolution in the Thought and Analysis of Wassily Leontief, in Erik Dietzenbacher and Michael L. Lahr, editors, Wassily Leontief and Input-Output Economics, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Johnson, B., and F. Duchin.  2000.  The Case for the Global Commons, in, J.M. Harris, editor, Rethinking Sustainability:  Power, Knowledge and Institutions, (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press), pp. 33-49.  (Paperback edition, 2003).

Duchin, F. 2000.  Reducing Pressures on the Environment:  Forward-Looking Solutions and the Role of Formal Models, in, J. Hemmelskamp, K. Rennings, F. Leone, editors, Innovation-oriented Environmental Regulation, Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Analysis, (Heidelberg, New York:  Physica-Verlag):  300-302.

Duchin, F.  1999.  Technology, Lifestyle, and the Classification of Households, in, A. Chapman, R. Petersen, and B. Smith-Moran, A. Kissel, editors, Consumption, Population, and Sustainability: Perspectives from Science and Religion, (Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward).

Duchin, F., and A.E. Steenge.  1999.   Input-Output Analysis, Technology and the Environment, in, J. van der Berghe, editor, Handbook of the Environmental and Resource Economics, (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd), 1037-1059.

Duchin, F.  1998.   Global Eco-Restructuring and Technological Change in the 21st Century, in, R. U. Ayres, G. Gallopin, W. Manshard, R. Socolow, M. Usui, and P. Weaver, editors, Eco-Restructuring: Implications for Sustainable Development, (Tokyo: United Nations University Press):  259-275.

Duchin, F.  1997.  Global Economics, Environment, and Health, in, G. Shahi, B. Levy, T. Kjellstrom, R. Lawrence, editors, International Perspectives on Environment, Development, and Health: Toward a Sustainable World, (New York: Springer Publishing):  163-178.

_____.  1997.  Lifestyle and Technology: How Much Difference Can They Make? in, R. Pachauri, L. Kureshy, editors, Population, Environment, and Development, (New Delhi: Tata Energy Research Institute):  303-309.

_____.  1997.  Structural Economics: A Strategy for Analyzing the Implications of Consumption, in, P. Stern, T. Dietz, V. Ruttan R. Socolow, J. Sweeney, editors, Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions, (Washington D.C.: National Research Council, National Academy Press):  63-72.

Duchin, F.  1996.  Ecological Economics: The Second Stage, in R. Costanza, O. Segura, J. Martinez-Alier, editors, Down to Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics, (Covelo, CA: Island Press):  285-299.

_____.  1994.  Input-Output Analysis and Industrial Ecology, in Braden R. Allenby and Deanna Richards, editors, The Greening of Industrial Ecosystems, (Washington, DC:  National Academy Press):  61-68.

Duchin, F., and G. Lange.  1994.  Strategies for Environmentally Sound Economic Development, in, A.M. Jansson, C. Folke, R. Costanza and M. Hammer, editors, Investing in Natural Capital:  The Ecological Economics Approach to Sustainability, (Covelo, CA: Island Press).

Duchin, F.  1991.  Strategies for Environmentally Sound Economic Development: A Framework for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, in K. Takeuchi and M. Yoshino, editors, The Global Environment, (Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag).

_____.  1991.  Technological Change and International Trade, in, J. Niosi, editor, Technology and National Competitiveness, (Montreal:  McGill-Queens University Press).

_____.  1989.   An Input-Output Approach to Analyzing the Future Economic Implications of Technological Change, in, R. Miller, K. Polenske, and A. Rose, editors, Frontiers of Input-Output Analysis, (NY: Oxford University Press):  281-292.

Duchin, F.  1988.   The Role of Services in the U. S. Economy, in, B. Guile and J. Quinn, editors, Technology in Services: Policies for Growth, Trade, and Employment, (Washington, DC: National Academy of Engineering Press):  76-98.

_____.  1988.  Analyzing Structural Change in the Economy, in, M. Ciaschini, editor, Input-Output Analysis: Current Developments, (London: Chapman and Hall):  113-128.

Duchin, F., G. Lange and K. Nauphal.  1987.  Barriers to U.S. Trade, Asian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1: 21-49.

Duchin, F. 1986.  Computers, Input-Output, and the Future, Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 20, No.2: 499-507.

_____.  1984.   Automation and Its Effect on Employment and Income, in, E. Collins and L. Tanner, editors, American Jobs and the Changing Industrial Base, (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co.):  49-75.

Duchin, F.  1983.   The World Model: An Interregional Input-Output Model of the World Economy, in B.G. Hickman, editor, Global International Economic Models, (Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland Science Publishers).

Duchin F., and Levine S.H, 2014. Industrial Ecology, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier.

Duchin, F. and A. E. Steenge, 2009, Mathematical Models in Input-Output Economics, in W. Zhang, ed., Mathematical Science, UNESCO Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS).

Duchin, F. and S. Levine. 2008. Human Ecology: Industrial Ecology, in S. E. Jorgensen, ed., Encyclopedia of Ecology, Elsevier, pp. 1968-1975.

Duchin, F. 2007. Energy. Essay In: Wm. A. Darrity, Editor-in-Chief, International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, Macmillan.

______. May 2006. Resource Efficiency and Sustainability, Topic of the Month, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI).

______. 2005. Input-Output Analysis.  Essay in: C. Cleveland and C. Morris, Editors-in-Chief, Dictionary of Energy, Elsevier Science.

Duchin, F.. 2004. In Ecological Economics, Review of: Michael Brower and Warren Leon, 1999, The Consumer’s Guide to Effective Environmental Choices, Three Rivers Press, New York and Thomas Princen, Michael Maniates, and Ken Conca, eds., 2002. Confronting Consumption, MIT Press, Cambridge.

Duchin, F. and E. Hertwich. 2003. Industrial Ecology, Ecological Economics Encyclopaedia,

Duchin, F. 2001. Environmentally Significant Consumption, N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes, editors, International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, (London: Elsevier Science Limited), Vol. 4: 2678-82.

Duchin F., D. Button and K. Kreith.  1997.  The Far From Dismal Science, Quantum:  39-45.

Duchin, F. 1996.  Ecological Economics: the Research Challenge, Ecological Economics Bulletin, Vol. 1, No. 1.

_____. 1994.  Social and Economic Infrastructure, The Encyclopedia of the Environment. Vol. 3, No. 1, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.).

Duchin, F., 1994.  Review of Reducing CO2 Emissions: A Comparative Input-Output Study for Germany and the UK, by J.L.R. Proops, M. Faber and G. Wagenhals, Ecological Economics, Vol. 11, No. 1:  85-6.

Duchin, F. 1994.  Review of Indonesia:  Resources, Ecology, and Environment, edited by Joan Hardjono, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991), Ecological Economics, Volume 11:  164-165.

______4.  Review of Employment Effects of Electricity Provision in Quebec: The Grande-Baleine Hydro-Electric Project and the Electricity Efficiency Alternative, by B. Krier, I. Goodman, and M. Clark. Hydro-Electric Development: Social and Economic Contexts, Paper No. 1, James Bay Publication Series, North Wind Information Services, Montreal, Canada.

Duchin, F. 1992.  We Need Interdisciplinary, Problem-focused Economics to Adequately Address Environmental Problems, Invited Comments for the Public Forum of the Committee on Environmental Research of the National Academy of Sciences, International Society for Ecological Economics Newsletter, Vol.3, No.1.

Duchin, F. and G. Lange.  1991.  Strategies for Environmentally Sound Economic Development: An Input-Output Analysis, Forefronts, Cornell National Supercomputing Facility, November 1990.  Reprinted in IEEE Power Engineering Review.

Duchin, F. and K. Hubacek.  2001.  Social Expenditures and Household Lifestyles:  The Social Accounting Matrix, Proceedings of the EU Meeting on Modeling Social Expenditure in Europe, Seville, Spain.

Duchin F. 2000.  Economic and Social Change in the New Economy, Proceedings of The New Economy of the Global Information Society:  New Methods of Work 2000, Information Society Technologies of the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.

_____.  1999.  Technology and Lifestyle as Central Concepts for Global Scenarios, Twente Conference Proceedings, Kluwer Academic.

_____  1992.  Industrial Input-Output Analysis: Implications for Industrial Ecology, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 89:  851-855.

_____  1991.  Industrial Classification Systems and the Global Economy, Proceedings of the 1991 International Conference on the Classification of Economic Activities, US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.

Duchin, F. and A. Smyshlyaev.  1991.  Development and the Environment: Extending the Global Input-Output Modeling System, Proceedings of the Conference on Global Change and Modeling, Tokyo, Japan.

Duchin, F.  1989.  Economic Development, Energy Use, and Atmospheric Pollution, Proceedings of the International Conference on Energy, Environment and Technological Innovation, Caracas, Venezuela.

Duchin, F. 1985.  Computer-Based Technology and the Changing Structure of the Economy, Proceedings of the 1985 IEEE International Conference.

Duchin, F.  1985.  Military Spending, Technological Change and the Use of Capital and Labor, Proceedings of the Industrial Relations Research Association.

_____. 1984.   Automation and Education, Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference of the State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, Lexington, Kentucky.

Duchin, F. 1983.   Assessing the Future Impact on Employment of Technological Change:  An Input-Output Approach, in Automation and the Workplace:  Selected Labor, Education, and Training Issues, (Washington, DC: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment).

_____  1983.  Computers, Employment, and the Distribution of Income, Proceedings of the Eighth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Karlsruhe, West Germany.