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National Climate Change Policies and WTO Law: A Case Study of Germany's New Policies

In: World Trade Review 3 (2004), 2, S. 161-187 | Susanne Dröge, Harald Trabold, Frank Biermann, Frédéric Böhm, Rainer Brohm
Economic Bulletin 10 / 2004

Worldwide Climate Protection Policy: Still No Visible Success

2004| Hans-Joachim Ziesing
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Interactions between Climate and Trade Policies: A Survey

In: Journal of World Trade 38 (2004), 4, 701-724 | Marzio Galeotti, Claudia Kemfert
Diskussionspapiere 414 / 2004

The Amenity Value of Climate to German Households

This study uses the hedonic approach to measure the amenity value of climate in Germany. Unlike in earlier research separate hedonic wage and house price regressions are estimated for relatively small geographic areas and formal tests undertaken to determine whether the coefficients describing the impact of climate variables are homogenous across these areas. Evidence suggests that German households ...

2004| Katrin Rehdanz, David Maddison
Economic Bulletin 2 / 2004

Will Industry Give up Its Opposition to Emissions Trading? Editorial

2004| Hans-Joachim Ziesing
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Emissions Trading in Europe: Effective Tool or Flight of Fancy?

In: Intereconomics 39 (2004), 3, S. 119-121 | Claudia Kemfert, Jochen Diekmann, Hans-Joachim Ziesing
Diskussionspapiere 404 / 2004

International Emissions Trading and Induced Carbon-Saving Technical Change: Effects of Restricting the Trade in Carbon Rights

This paper examines the implications of restricting the tradability of carbon rights in the presence of induced technical change. Unlike earlier approaches aiming at exploring the tradability-technology linkage we focus on climate-relevant 'carbon-saving' technical change. This is achieved by incorporating endogenous investment in carbon productivity into the RICE-99 integrated assessment model of ...

2004| Patrick Matschoss, Heinz Welsch
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Implementing the Kyoto Protocol without Russia

This paper examines implementation of the Kyoto Protocol without Russia. It concludes that implementation without Russia is possible, although it requires political will on the part of the countries that wish to proceed with the Protocol. It would lead to higher compliance costs for Annex B buyer regions, but other regions, except Russia, would benefit financially. Russia would forego revenue of at ...

In: Climate Policy 4 (2004), 2, S. 143-152 | Erik Haites, Farhana Yamin, Odile Blanchard, Claudia Kemfert
Diskussionspapiere 435 / 2004

Induced Technological Change in a Multi-regional, Multi-sectoral Integrated Assessment Model (WIAGEM): Impact Assessment of Climate Policy Strategies

This paper illustrates the representation of induced technological change in the multi- regional, multi-sectoral integrated assessment model WIAGEM. The main aim of this paper is to investigate quantitatively economic impacts of climate policy measures due to induced technological changes that are considered. Improved technological innovations are triggered by increased R&D expenditures that advance ...

2004| Claudia Kemfert
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