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000121172 245__ $$aClimate Policy and Petroleum Depletion in an Optimal Growth Framework
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000121172 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000121172 490__ $$aSP 97-07
000121172 520__ $$aThis payer presents a model framework and results that combine resource depletion with optimal economic growth and climate change in a macro-geoeconomic model. In doing so, the authors build upon the
Nordhaus DICE model to include the demands for coal, oil, and natural gas. These demands depend upon own price, prices of substitute fuels, per capita income, and population. The resource depletion model captures the effect on oil depletion of upward shifting demand curves which respond to population and income growth. A methodological advantage of including price, income, and population sensitive energy demand functions is that it allows substitution possibilities in the "production" of emissions. Furthermore, it allows the analysis of energy tax regimes in an environment of growing world population and income,
non-decreasing energy and carbon intensity, and future, declining
petroleum availability.
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000121172 650__ $$aResource /Energy Economics and Policy
000121172 700__ $$aKhanna, Neha
000121172 700__ $$aChapman, Duane
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