Principles And Practices For Trading Emission
AbstractAfter 2000, the topic regarding the emissions trading system was of interest for study and recently for research, as a consequence of the adverse effects which the environmental pollution has on man, economy, society and nature. Lately, a significant part of the environmental protection specialists tried to find an answer to the question "why is the system of trading emissions a key-component of the environmental policy reform?" To answer this question, and to provide a consistent basis of successful evaluation of the environmental reforms, we need to give definitions to some notions regarding the optimal allocations of responsibility control. The underlying theory of cost profitability - the main basis for the current regulations - is developed and used as one of the main ways to measure and evaluate the existing systems
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Volume (Year): 15 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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emissions trading; profitability; internalization of the externalities;
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