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Fiscal considerations may shift governmental priorities away from environmental concerns: Finance ministers face strong demand for public expenditures such as infrastruct [...]
30 April 2015 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Climate change economics mostly neglects sizeable interactions of carbon pricing with other fiscal policy instruments. Conversely, public finance typically overlooks the [...]
20 April 2015 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper evaluates the consequences of renewable energy policies on welfare, resource rents and energy costs in a world where carbon pricing is imperfect and the regula [...]
2011-06 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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MIND is a hybrid model incorporating several energy related sectors in an endogenous growth model of the world economy. This model structure allows a better understanding [...]
2005 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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It is often argued that, ethically, resource rents should accrue to all citizens. Yet in reality the rents from exploiting national resources are often concentrated in th [...]
02 February 2016 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Introducing a price on greenhouse gas emissions would not only contribute to reducing the risk of dangerous anthropogenic climate change, but would also generate substant [...]
02 February 2016 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The central pillar of European climate policy, the European Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), is currently under scrutiny, as the allowance price is persistently low at [...]
15 September 2014 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Power indices suggest that adding new members to a voting body may increase the power of an existing member, even if the number of votes of all existing members and the d [...]
2010-11 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper presents results from a model intercomparison exercise among regionalized global energy-economy models conducted in the context of the RECIPE project. The econ [...]
2009 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Policies aimed at reducing emissions from fossil fuels may increase climate damages. This “Green Paradox” emerges if resource owners increase near-term extraction in [...]
2012-03 | Working or Discussion Paper |