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Distributional Aspects of Energy and Climate Policies

Distributional Aspects of Energy and Climate Policies

Edited by Mark A. Cohen, Don Fullerton and Robert H. Topel

Governments around the globe have begun to implement various actions to limit carbon emissions and so, combat climate change. This book brings together some of the leading scholars in environmental and climate economics to examine the distributional consequences of policies that are designed to reduce these carbon emissions.

Chapter 8: Comment on "Climate Policy's Uncertain Outcomes for Households: The Role of Complex Allocation Schemes in Cap-and-Trade"

Arik M. Levinson

Subjects: economics and finance, energy economics, environmental economics, environment, climate change, energy economics, environmental economics


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