Understanding the Design and Performance of Emissions Trading Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Research Spotlight presents new research findings and projects underway at Resources for the Future that are relevant to the analysis of climate change policy. As interest in greenhouse gas trading policies grows in the United States and other Annex I countries, so does the need for stronger analytical tools. The paper by Tietenberg in this collection lays out some of the principal conceptual issues that analysts face in providing more accurate and relevant tools and results for decisionmakers. In this paper we build on Tietenberg's analysis to consider some of the key modeling challenges that analysts face in developing an ... continued below

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Toman, M. January 31, 1999.

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Research Spotlight presents new research findings and projects underway at Resources for the Future that are relevant to the analysis of climate change policy. As interest in greenhouse gas trading policies grows in the United States and other Annex I countries, so does the need for stronger analytical tools. The paper by Tietenberg in this collection lays out some of the principal conceptual issues that analysts face in providing more accurate and relevant tools and results for decisionmakers. In this paper we build on Tietenberg's analysis to consider some of the key modeling challenges that analysts face in developing an improved capacity for quantitatively assessing real-world policies.

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  • Understanding the Design and Performance of Emissions Trading Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Workshop to Better Identify Research Needs and Priorities, RFF Conference Center, Washington, DC (US), 01/15/1999; Other Information: Resources for the Future, Washington, DC (US)

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Toman, M. Understanding the Design and Performance of Emissions Trading Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emissions, article, January 31, 1999; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc780203/: accessed August 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.