Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto Worldby Joseph E. Aldy
Pub. Date: 09/30/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Architectures for Agreement offers a uniquely wide-ranging menu of options for post-Kyoto climate policy. See more details below
Architectures for Agreement offers a uniquely wide-ranging menu of options for post-Kyoto climate policy.
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- New Edition
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Table of Contents
List of figures; List of tables; Foreword Lawrence Summers; 1. Introduction Joseph Aldy and Robert Stavins; Part I. Targets and Timetables: 2. Formulas for quantitative emission targets Jeffrey Frankel; Commentaries on Frankel: 2.1 Targets and timetables: good policy but bad politics? Daniel Bodansky; 2.2 Incentives and meta-architecture Jonathan B. Wiener; 3. Graduation and deepening Axel Michaelowa; Commentaries on Michaelowa: 3.1 Alternatives to Kyoto: the case for a carbon tax Richard N. Cooper; 3.2 Beyond graduation and deepening: towards cosmopolitan scholarship Joyeeta Gupta; Part II. Targets and Timetables: 4. Fragmented carbon markets and reluctant nations: implications for the design of effective architectures David G. Victor; Commentaries on Victor: 4.1 Incentives and institutions: a bottom-up approach to climate policy Carlo Carraro; 4.2 The whole and the sum of its parts: comments on David Victor's 'Fragmented Carbon Markets and Reluctant Nations' Sheila M. Olmstead; 5. Credible foundation for long-term international cooperation Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter Wilcoxen; Commentaries on McKibbin and Wilcoxen: 5.1 Commentary on McKibbin and Wilcoxen Richard Morgenstern; 5.2 Commentary on McKibbin and Wilcoxen Jonathan Pershing; Part III. Coordinated and Unilateral Policies: 6. A multi-track climate treaty system Scott Barrett; Commentaries on Barrett: 6.1 Beyond Kyoto: learning from the Montreal protocol Daniel C. Esty; 6.2 Climate Favela: a comment on Barrett Henry D. Jacoby; 7. Practical global climate policy William A. Pizer; Commentary on Pizer: 7.1 Comment on Pizer James A. Hammitt; 7.2 Comments on practical global climate policy Juan-Pablo Montero; Part IV. Synthesis and Conclusion: 8. Epilogue Thomas Schelling; 9. Lessons for the international policy community Joseph Aldy and Robert Stavins; Index.
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