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000249534 245__ $$aWhere in the World is it Cheapest to Cut Carbon Emissions? Ranking Countries by Total and Marginal Cost of Abatement
000249534 260__ $$c2011-08
000249534 269__ $$a2011-08
000249534 300__ $$a29
000249534 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000249534 520__ $$aCountries with low marginal costs of abating carbon emissions may have high total costs,
and vice versa, for a given climate mitigation policy. This may help to explain different
countries' policy stances on climate mitigation. We hypothesize that, under a common
percentage cut in emissions intensity relative to business as usual (BAU), countries with
higher BAU emissions intensities have lower marginal abatement costs, but total costs
relative to output will be similar across countries; and under a common carbon price,
relative total costs are higher in emissions-intensive countries. Using the results of the
22nd Energy Modeling Forum, we estimate marginal abatement cost curves for the US,
EU, China, and India, which we use to estimate marginal and total costs of abatement
under a number of policy options currently under international debate. The results of this
analysis provide support for our hypotheses.
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000249534 650__ $$aEnvironmental Economics and Policy
000249534 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000249534 700__ $$aStern, David I.
000249534 700__ $$aPezzey, John C. V.
000249534 700__ $$aLambie, N. Ross
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