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Environment and statecraft : the strategy of environmental treaty-making

Author: Scott Barrett, (Professor of natural resource economics)
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"How did the Montreal Protocol succeed in helping to protect the earth's ozone layer? Why did the Kyoto Protocol fail to materially dampen global climate change? Are treaties really needed? Can they be made to work better? This book develops a theory to answer these questions - one that integrates the approaches used in economics, political science, international law, and game theory."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Internet resources
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Barrett, (Professor of natural resource economics)
ISBN: 9780199286096 0199286094 0199257337 9780199257331
OCLC Number: 61440496
Description: xvii,437 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. The North Pacific fur seal treaty and the theory of international cooperation --
3. Transnational cooperation dilemmas --
4. Games with multiple equilibria --
5. Customary rights and responsibilities --
6. International environmental agreements --
7. The treaty participation game --
8. The montreal protocol --
9. Tipping treaties --
10. Compliance and the strategy of reciprocity --
11. The depth and breadth of international cooperation --
12. Trade leakage and trade linkage --
13. The side payments game --
14. Summary --
15. Global climate change and the kyoto protocol --
Afterword to the paperback edition on global climate change and the kyoto protocol.
Other Titles: Environment & statecraft
Responsibility: Scott Barrett.
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"How did the Montreal Protocol succeed in helping to protect the earth's ozone layer? Why did the Kyoto Protocol fail to materially dampen global climate change? Are treaties really needed? Can they be made to work better? This book develops a theory to answer these questions - one that integrates the approaches used in economics, political science, international law, and game theory."--BOOK JACKET.

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