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Modeling climate mitigation and adaptation policies to predict their effectiveness: The limits of randomized controlled trials

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  • Alexandre Marcellesi
  • Nancy Cartwright

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  • Alexandre Marcellesi & Nancy Cartwright, 2013. "Modeling climate mitigation and adaptation policies to predict their effectiveness: The limits of randomized controlled trials," GRI Working Papers 120, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
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