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000117224 245__ $$aGreenhouse abatement policy: insights from the G-cubed multi-country model
000117224 260__ $$c1998
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000117224 336__ $$aJournal Article
000117224 520__ $$aThe third meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Framework Convention on Climate Change held in Japan last December was a lost opportunity to set a realistic policy framework for addressing climate change in the coming decades. A number of countries proposed targets for greenhouse emissions, to be reached by a target date. The outcome was a range of different targets for each country. Analysis with the G‐cubed multi‐country model suggests that fixed targets are a costly way to address climate change. The extent of potential cost suggests the agreement will eventually fail. A better way to address climate change is to focus on uniformity in policy instruments that deliver differentiated outcomes rather than focus on differentiated policy settings.
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000117224 650__ $$aResource /Energy Economics and Policy
000117224 700__ $$aMcKibbin, Warwick J.
000117224 773__ $$dMarch 1998$$jVolume 42$$kIssue 1$$o113$$q99$$tAustralian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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