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Institutional Mechanisms to Address the AAU Reserves in a Post-2012 Agreement

Institutional Mechanisms to Address the AAU Reserves in a Post-2012 Agreement

a research article by Alina Averchenkova  19 June, 2009

Alexander Averchenkov and Alina Averchenkova Carbon and Climate Law Review, Issue 3, September 2009


Siblings, not triplets: social preferences for risk, inequality and time in discounting climate change

Siblings, not triplets: social preferences for risk, inequality and time in discounting climate change

a research article by Giles Atkinson, Simon Dietz, Jennifer Helgeson, Cameron Hepburn  18 June, 2009

Arguments about the appropriate discount rate often start by assuming a Utilitarian social welfare function with isoelastic utility, in which the consumption discount rate is a function of the … read more »


A brief history of energy

A brief history of energy

a research article by Roger Fouquet  3 June, 2009

In: Hunt, L. and J. Evans (eds.). 2009.  International Handbook of the Economics of Energy. Edward Elgar Publications. Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA, USA.


The Clean Development Mechanism: too flexible to produce sustainable development benefits?

The Clean Development Mechanism: too flexible to produce sustainable development benefits?

a working paper by Sam Fankhauser  1 June, 2009

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol has a dual objective: to encourage low-cost emission reduction and to promote sustainable development in the host … read more »


Blue banana and red banana. The example of Alsace in economic relations (In French and German)

Blue banana and red banana. The example of Alsace in economic relations (In French and German)

a research article by Ralph Hippe  27 May, 2009

Hippe, R., and C. Barmeyer. 2009. Documents. Revue du dialogue franco-allemand, v. 65, pp.14-18 (also published in German translation as Barmeyer, C., and R. Hippe. 2009. Blaue Banane und Rote … read more »


The economics of the CDM levy: Revenue potential, tax incidence and distortionary effects

The economics of the CDM levy: Revenue potential, tax incidence and distortionary effects

a working paper by Sam Fankhauser  1 May, 2009

A levy on the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and other carbon trading schemes is a potential source of finance for climate change adaptation. An adaptation levy … read more »


Social inequality and collective action: an empirical study of forest commons

Social inequality and collective action: an empirical study of forest commons

a research article by Salvatore di Falco  18 March, 2009

Previous research has identified a range of variables conducive to the self-organization of user groups for participatory resource management, including the physical and technical attributes of the resource, the … read more »


Invention and transfer of climate change mitigation technologies on a global scale: A study drawing on patent data. Report for AFD (French Development Agency)

Invention and transfer of climate change mitigation technologies on a global scale: A study drawing on patent data. Report for AFD (French Development Agency)

a research article by Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Matthieu Glachant  18 March, 2009

Accelerating the development of less GHG intensive technologies and promoting their global diffusion—in particular in fast-growing emerging economies—is imperative in achieving the transition to a low-carbon economy. read more »


On the timing of greenhouse gas emissions reductions: a final rejoinder to the symposium on “The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review and its Critics

On the timing of greenhouse gas emissions reductions: a final rejoinder to the symposium on “The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review and its Critics

a research article by Simon Dietz, Nicholas Stern  17 March, 2009

In this final rejoinder to the symposium on “The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review and Its Critics,” we respond to comments published in the last issue of this journal … read more »


Endogenous minimum participation in international environmental treaties

Endogenous minimum participation in international environmental treaties

a research article by Carmen Marchiori  18 February, 2009

Many international treaties come into force only after a minimum number of countries have signed and ratified the treaty. Minimum participation constraints are particularly frequent in the case of … read more »


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