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Designing climate mitigation policy

Author: Joseph E Aldy; Alan J Krupnick; Richard G Newell; Ian W H Parry; William A Pizer
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., 2009.
Series: NBER working paper series, 15022; Working paper, National Bureau of Economic Research, 15022
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This paper provides an exhaustive review of critical issues in the design of climate mitigation policy by pulling together key findings and controversies from diverse literatures on mitigation costs, damage valuation, policy instrument choice, technological innovation, and international climate policy. We begin with the broadest issue of how high assessments suggest the near and medium term price on greenhouse gases  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph E Aldy; Alan J Krupnick; Richard G Newell; Ian W H Parry; William A Pizer
OCLC Number: 555147268
Notes: Parallel als Online-Ausg. erschienen.
Description: 50 S. : graph. Darst.
Series Title: NBER working paper series, 15022; Working paper, National Bureau of Economic Research, 15022
Responsibility: Joseph E. Aldy; Alan J. Krupnick; Richard G. Newell; Ian W. H. Parry; William A. Pizer.

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This paper provides an exhaustive review of critical issues in the design of climate mitigation policy by pulling together key findings and controversies from diverse literatures on mitigation costs, damage valuation, policy instrument choice, technological innovation, and international climate policy. We begin with the broadest issue of how high assessments suggest the near and medium term price on greenhouse gases would need to be, both under cost-effective stabilization of global climate and under net benefit maximization or Pigouvian emissions pricing. The remainder of the paper focuses on the appropriate scope of regulation, issues in policy instrument choice, complementary technology policy, and international policy architectures.

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