Project-Based Emissions Trading: The Impact of Institutional Arrangements on Cost-Effectiveness
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KeywordsActivities Implemented Jointly (AIJ); Clean DevelopmentMechanism (CDM); credit prices; design; emission reduction costs; institutions; Joint Implementation (JI);
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