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Part I: Climate Change and its Impacts: The science of global warming, John Houghton
Valuing the impact of large-scale ecological change in a market: the effect of climate change on U.S. timber, Brent Sohngen and Robert Mendelsohn
Climate change and water resources, Kenneth D. Frederick and David C. Major
The economic geography of the impacts of climate change, Gary Yohe and Michael Schlesinger
El Nino and world primary commodity prices: warm water or hot air?, Allan D. Brunner
The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis, Robert Mendelsohn, William D. Nordhaus and Daigee Shaw
The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis: comment, John Quiggin and John K. Horowitz
The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis: reply, Robert Mendelsohn and William Nordhaus
The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis: comment, Roy Darwin
The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis: reply, Robert Mendelsohn and William Nordhaus. Part II: Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation: Rolling the 'DICE': an optimal transition path for controlling greenhouse gases, William D. Nordhaus
The marginal costs of greenhouse gas emissions, Richard S.J. Tol
Climate change policy: quantifying uncertainties for damages and optimal carbon taxes, Tim Roughgarden and Stephen H. Schneider
Optimal CO2 abatement in the presence of induced technological change, Lawrence H. Goulder and Koshy Mathai
Learning and stock effects in environmental regulation: the case ofgreenhouse gas emissions, Charles D. Kolstad
Discounting and distributional considerations in the context of global warming, Christian Azar and Thomas Sterner
Climate change and the representative agent, Richard B. Howarth
Intergenerational discounting, Thomas C. Schelling
Economic and environmental choices in the stabilization of atmospheric CO2 concentrations, T.M.L. Wigley, R. Richels and J.A. Edmonds
Decoupling China's carbon emissions increase from economic growth: an economic analysis and policy implications, Zhongxiang Zhang
Modeling non-CO2 greenhouse gas abatement, Robert C. Hyman, John M. Reilly, Mustafa H. Babiker, Ardoin De Masin and Henry D. Jacoby
Climate change and forest sinks: factors affecting the costs of carbon sequestration, Richard G. Newell and Robert N. Stavins
An econometric analysis of the costs of sequestering carbon in forests, Andrew J. Plantinga, Thomas Mauldin and Douglas J. Miller. Part III: Policy Design for GHG Mitigation: A second-best evaluation of eight policy instruments to reduce carbon emissions, Ian W.H. Parry and Roberton C. Williams III
Combining price and quantity controls to mitigate global climate change, William A. Pizer
Technologies, energy systems and the timing of CO2 emissions abatement: an overview of economic issues, Michael Grubb
Energy-efficiency investments and public policy, Adam B. Jaffe and Robert N. Stavins
The modelling of policy options for greenhouse gas mitigation in India, P.R. Shukla
Political economy of the Kyoto protocol, Scott Barrett
International equity and differentiation in global warming policy: an application to tradeable emission permits, Adam Rose, Brandt Stevens, Jae Edmonds and Marshall Wise
Should the North make unilateral technology transfers to the South? North-South cooperation and conflicts in responses to global climate change, Zili Yang
The Kyoto protocol and developing countries, Mustafa Babiker, John M. Reilly and Henry D. Jacoby
Name Index.
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Table of Contents

Pt. I Climate change and its impacts
1 The science of global warming 3
2 Valuing the impact of large-scale ecological change in a market : the effect of climate change on U.S. timber 15
3 Climate change and water resources 41
4 The economic geography of the impacts of climate change 59
5 El Nino and world primary commodity prices : warm water or hot air? 91
6 The impact of global warming on agriculture : a Ricardian analysis 99
7 The impact of global warming on agriculture : a Ricardian analysis : comment 119
8 The impact of global warming on agriculture : a Ricardian analysis : reply 121
9 The impact of global warming on agriculture : a Ricardian analysis : comment 125
10 The impact of global warming on agriculture : a Ricardian analysis : reply 129
Pt. II Evaluating the costs and benefits of climate change mitigation
11 Rolling the "DICE" : an optimal transition path for controlling greenhouse gases 135
12 The marginal costs of greenhouse gas emissions 159
13 Climate change policy : quantifying uncertainties for damages and optimal carbon taxes 181
14 Optimal CO[subscript 2] abatement in the presence of induced technological change 197
15 Learning and stock effects in environmental regulation : the case of greenhouse gas emissions 235
16 Discounting and distributional considerations in the context of global warming 253
17 Climate change and the representative agent 269
18 Intergenerational discounting 283
19 Economic and environmental choices in the stabilization of atmospheric CO[subscript 2] concentrations 291
20 Decoupling China's carbon emissions increase from economic growth : an economic analysis and policy implications 295
21 Modeling non-CO[subscript 2] greenhouse gas abatement 309
22 Climate change and forest sinks : factors affecting the costs of carbon sequestration 321
23 An econometric analysis of the costs of sequestering carbon in forests 347
Pt. III Policy design for GHG mitigation
24 A second-best evaluation of eight policy instruments to reduce carbon emissions 363
25 Combining price and quantity controls to mitigate global climate change 391
26 Technologies, energy systems, and the timing of CO[subscript 2] emissions abatement : an overview of economic issues 417
27 Energy-efficiency investments and public policy 431
28 The modeling of policy options for greenhouse gas mitigation in India 455
29 Political economy of the Kyoto protocol 465
30 International equity and differentiation in global warming policy : an application of tradeable emission permits 485
31 Should the north make unilateral technology transfers to the south? : north-south cooperation and conflicts in responses to global climate change 513
32 The Kyoto protocol and developing countries 535
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