The Kyoto Protocol: a cost-effective strategy for meeting environmental objective?: discussion
AbstractThis is an invited discussion on the Manne and Richels’ paper “The Kyoto Protocol: A Cost-Effective Strategy for Meeting Environmental Objective”. It focuses on four issues or questions: distributional realities of the international climate change negotiations, correspondence between geopolitical regional aggregates in MERGE and Annex B countries, implications of the autonomous energy efficiency improvement rates assumed in MERGE on the income elasticity of energy consumption, and market power in an international greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme.
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Date of creation: May 1999
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International climate negotiations; energy efficiency; MERGE; market power; emissions trading;
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