A general equilibrium analysis of emission allowances
AbstractEach Party of the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change must achieve quantified green-house gases emission reduction. one of the major policy instrument to be used to comply with these commitments is the opening of an emission allowances market. This paper analyzes, in the general equilibrium framework, the effects of the opening of such a market on the economic equilibrium.
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General Equilibrium Theory; emission allowances; general pricing rules; sensitivity.;
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- NEP-ENE-2006-03-05 (Energy Economics)
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