Understanding the Design and Performance of Emissions Trading Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Proceedings of an Experts' Workshop to Identify Research Needs and Priorities
AbstractChapter I: Modeling Challenges in Analyzing GHG Trading Frederic Ghersi, former visiting scholar, Resources for the Future and Michael Toman, adjunct professor Johns Hopkins University and University of California-Santa Barbara and former senior fellow, Resources for the Future Chapter II: Experimental Methods for Research into Trading of GHG Emissions R. Andrew Muller, McMaster University Chapter III: Exploring the Behavioral Underpinnings of Carbon Trading Jason Shogren, University of Wyoming Chapter IV: Greenhouse Gas Trading: Design Issues Seeking Research Answers Tom Tietenberg, Colby College
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