Global Warming: Economic Policy Responses
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AbstractGlobal warming is debated largely in environmental terms. The contributions in this book focus instead on the economic effects of global warming, providing an excellent summary of current thinking on this important issue. They raise such crucial questions as: Which countries will suffer the most from climate change? What economic initiatives could be adopted to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and chlorofluorocarbons? How will different nations fare under various proposals? What are the prospects for international cooperation?
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by The MIT Press in its series MIT Press Books with number 026204126x and published in 1991.
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global warming; environment; economic policy;
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