International Environmental Economics: Theories, Models and Applications to Climate Change, International Trade and Acidification

International Environmental Economics: Theories, Models and Applications to Climate Change, International Trade and Acidification

by Ekko C. van Ierland (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780444820426
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 10/25/1994
Series: Developments in Environmental Economics , #4
Pages: 383
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 9.21(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. List of authors. Introduction to international environmental economics (E.C. van Ierland). Climate Change. A comparison of three international agreements on carbon emission abatement (J. Eyckmans, S. Proost, E. Schokkaert). Coalitions and side payments in international CO2 treaties (S. Kverndokk). The timing of CO2 control in the face of uncertainty and learning (C.D. Kolstad). A global marketable permits approach to CO2 mitigation: implications for US energy demand (A. Rose, B. Stevens, P.-C. Li). Implementation issues for global tradeable carbon entitlements (T. Tietenberg). International Trade and the Environment. Trade and environment: A brief survey of current issues (I. de Boer). Emission taxes and international market share rivalry (K. Conrad). Environmental policy and trade liberalization under imperfect competition (P. Kennedy). Environmental policy in a small open economy with distortionary labour taxes: A general equilibrium analysis (L. Bovenberg, R. de Mooij). Acidification and Tradeable Permits. Reductions of sulphur emissions in Europe: A combination of the `Best Available Technology' concept and the `Critical Loads Approach' (M. Amann et al.). Improving environment through permit trading: The limits to a market approach (T. Zylicz). Trading sulphur emission permits in Europe using an exchange rate (G. Klaassen). Tradeable SO2 permits: Guided bilateral trade in Europe (S. Kruitwagen, E. Hendrix, E.C. van Ierland). Acid rain in Europe: a dynamic perspective on the use of economic incentives (K.-G. Mäler). Index.

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