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Title Argument in the Greenhouse : the international economics of controlling global warming / Nick Mabey [and others].
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 1997.

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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 442 pages) : illustrations
Series Global environment change series
Global environment change series.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 422-432) and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Environmental economics.
Global warming.
Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric.
International economic relations.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Book cover; half-title; title; copyright; contents; figures; tables; acknowledgements; part i the science and political economy of climate change; 1. an introduction to climate change; 2. international co-ordination of climate change prevention; part ii economic modelling of climate change policy; 3. a review of modelling issues and past work; 4. empirical modelling of energy demand responses; 5. modelling the macroeconomic impacts of carbon abatement; 6. carbon abatement in developing countries: a case study of india; part iii the international economics of climate change.
7. optimal climate change policy: theory and practical relevance8. quantitative modelling of optimal international abatement policies; 9. carbon abatement in incomplete international agreements; 10. the domestic political economy of carbon taxes; 11. oecd co-operation under the framework convention on climate change; part iv overview; 12. summary and conclusions; notes; references; index.
Summary Covering both the developing and developed world, this book identifies important new policies to foster effective agreements on emmissions and prevent global warming - realistic policies which should receive international and domestic support.
Other Author Mabey, Nick, 1967-
Other Title Print version: Argument in the Greenhouse. London ; New York : Routledge, 1997