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The Welfare Effects of Fossil Carbon Restrictions: Results from a Recursively Dynamic Trade Model

  • Thomas Rutherford

This paper forms part of an OECD project which addresses the issue of the cost of reducing CO2 emissions by comparing the results from six global models of a set of standardised reduction scenarios. The project provides evidence on: i)projected carbon dioxide emissions through the next century, and ii) the carbon taxes and output costs entailed in reducing these emissions ... Ce document fait partie d'un projet de l'OCDE qui s'interroge sur les coûts de réduction des émissions de CO2 en comparant les résultats de six modèles globaux formés d'un ensemble de scénarios standardisés de réduction. Ce projet met en évidence : i) les émissions projetées de dioxyde de carbone d'ici à la fin du siècle et ii) les taxes sur le carbone et les coûts de production que suppose la réduction de ces émissions ...

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Economics Department Working Papers with number 112.

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Date of creation: 1992
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Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:112-en
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