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Markets for Tradeable CO2 Emission Quotas Principles and Practice

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  • Graciela Chichilnisky
  • Geoffrey Heal

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This paper reviews a range of issues relating to tradeable carbon dioxide quotas. It considers the economic principles on which they are based, compares them with alternative carbon abatement policies, and reviews many aspects of how tradeable quotas would be implemented in practice ... Cette étude passe en revue un certain nombre de problèmes en relation avec un système de contingents négociables de dioxyde de carbone. Sont pris en considération, les principes économiques sur lesquels un tel système peut se fonder, la comparaison avec d'autres instruments de réduction des émissions de carbone et les aspects de mise en oeuvre pratique des contingents négociables ...

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  • Graciela Chichilnisky & Geoffrey Heal, 1995. "Markets for Tradeable CO2 Emission Quotas Principles and Practice," OECD Economics Department Working Papers 153, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:153-en
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