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Repenser l'économie du changement climatique

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  • Michel Damian

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    (LEPII - Laboratoire d'Economie de la Production et de l'Intégration Internationale - CNRS : FRE2664 - Université Pierre Mendès-France - Grenoble II)

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    L'article soutient que l'économie du changement climatique est à repenser. La manière dont on a posé le problème et recherché des solutions (coopération internationale " par le haut ", permis CO2, taxe, prix du carbone) est présentée et discutée. Il est montré que la transition énergétique et industrielle qui se dessine témoigne d'un changement de paradigme par rapport à l'économie néoclassique de l'environnement qui a sous-tendu la politique climatique depuis la conférence de Rio en 1992. Sur le plan normatif, l'article défend l'idée que la seule taxation du CO2 envisageable est une taxe non pas Pigouvienne mais à la Marshall, c'est-à-dire une taxe dédiée, de financement, dont le montant ne pourrait être au départ que modeste.

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    Date of creation: Jun 2012
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    Publication status: Published, Economie Appliquée, 2012, LXV, n° 2, " Questions pour Rio+20 ", 9-46
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    Keywords: ECONOMIE DU CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE ; TRANSITION ENERGETIQUE ; POLITIQUE CLIMATIQUE;

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    Cited by:
    1. Michel Damian, 2014. "Conférence climatique de Paris 2015 : que peut la diplomatie française ?," Working Papers halshs-00990907, HAL.
    2. Michel Damian, 2014. "La politique climatique change enfin de paradigme," Post-Print halshs-00969308, HAL.

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