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Are Tradable Emission Permits the Way to Go?

In: Green and Bear it? Implementing Market-based Policies for Ireland's Environment - Proceedings of a Conference held on 10, May

  • FitzGerald, John
  • McCoy, Daniel
  • Hore, Jonathan

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This chapter was published in: FitzGerald, John & McCoy, Daniel & Hore, Jonathan Green and Bear it? Implementing Market-based Policies for Ireland's Environment - Proceedings of a Conference held on 10, May, , pages , 2001.
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