Early Experience and Future Prospects
Edited by John Quiggin, David Adamson and Daniel Quiggin
In 2012, Australia took the major step of introducing a carbon price, involving the creation of a system of emissions permits initially issued at a fixed price. Carbon Pricing brings together experts instrumental in the development, and operation, of Australia’s carbon policy who have played a significant role in the broader debate over climate change policy. Together they have achieved an in-depth analysis of Australia’s policy stance on pricing carbon and its implications for the wider economy.
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- Carbon Pricing Early Experience and Future Prospects
- Risk and Sustainable Management Group
- Chapter 1: The carbon tax: early experience and future prospects
- Chapter 2: Carbon pricing in Australia: an early view from the inside
- Chapter 3: How has the carbon tax affected the public 'debate' on climate change?
- Chapter 4: The carbon tax and tax reform debate
- Chapter 5: How I learned to stop worrying and love the RET
- Chapter 6: The impact of carbon prices on Australia's National Electricity Market
- Chapter 7: Modeling the impact of the Australian greenhouse emissions trading scheme on farm and fishery businesses
- Chapter 8: Science, transaction costs and carbon markets
- Chapter 9: Agricultural adaptation: observations and insights
- Chapter 10: Climate change and the precautionary principle
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