The Economics of Climate Change Policy: International, National and Regional Mitigation Strategies
This important collection contains the author's pioneering and ongoing efforts to quantify equity principles to evaluate burden-sharing across countries and regions. It also examines policy impacts across industries and socioeconomic groups stemming from cap and trade, carbon taxes, fuel taxes, and strict regulation. It provides a basic understanding of the carbon cycle and drivers of GHG emissions, as well as a guide for developing mitigation action plans. the volume represents a valuable compendium of papers that are not otherwise readily accessible.
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The Efficiency and Equity of Marketable Permits for C02 Emissions with
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