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OECD Model Comparison Project (II) on the Costs of Cutting Carbon Emissions: Comparison of Model Structure and Policy Scenarios: GREEN and 12RT

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  • Alan S. Manne
  • Joaquim O. Martins

This paper forms part of the second round of the OECD Model Comparison Project on "The costs of cutting carbon emissions". It provides an overview of two global general equilibrium models GREEN and 12RT. The comparison exercise was carried out by means of five policy scenarios and a set of additional controlled experiments. The scenarios focus on alternative forms of joint implementation of international agreements to stabilise CO2 emissions ... Ce document fait partie du second projet OCDE sur "Les coûts de la réduction des émissions de carbone". Il fournit une vue d'ensemble de deux modèles d'équilibre général mondiaux, GREEN et 12RT. La comparaison a été effectuée à travers cinq scénarios de politique économique et des simulations de contrôle. Les scénarios sont centrés sur des formes alternatives d'accords internationaux visant à stabiliser les émissions de CO2 ...

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Economics Department Working Papers with number 146.

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Date of creation: 01 Jan 1994
Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:146-en
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