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Wie der klimapolitische Patient Japan den Anweisungen des umweltökonomischen Dok-tors folgte: Eine Analyse nationaler Treibhausgas-Emissionshandelssysteme in Japan

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  • Sven Rudolph


    (University of Kassesl)

  • Matthias
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    Dem globalen Verbreitungstrend folgend werden klimapolitische Emissionshandelssysteme seit dem Jahr 2005 auch in Japan getestet. Die ökologischen und ökonomischen Erfolge sind allerdings bescheiden geblieben. Welche Ausgestaltungsmerkmale haben zu den Defiziten in den etablierten Systemen geführt und wie können sie modifiziert werden, um zukünftig ein klimapolitisch wirksames und gesamtgesellschaftlich kostengünstiges nationales Emissions-handelssystem zu implementieren? Zur Beantwortung diese Frage orientiert sich der Beitrag im Wesentlichen an praxisorientierten Design- und allokationstheoretischen Wirkungsanaly-sen. So kann gezeigt werden, dass für die Implementierung eines ökologisch effektiven und ökonomisch effizienten Emissionshandelssystems in Japan auf der Basis der bereits etablier-ten Infrastruktur vor allem Handlungsbedarf im Bereich der Verbindlichkeit der Teilnahme, der Zielfestlegung sowie der Erstvergabe und der Gültigkeit der Lizenzen besteht.

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    Paper provided by Philipps-Universität Marburg, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Department of Economics (Volkswirtschaftliche Abteilung) in its series MAGKS Papers on Economics with number 201104.

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    Length: 25 pages
    Date of creation: 2011
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    1. Hahn, Robert W, 1989. "Economic Prescriptions for Environmental Problems: How the Patient Followed the Doctor's Orders," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 3(2), pages 95-114, Spring.
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