Economic modelling of climate change and energy policies.9781845426309
Economic modelling of climate change and energy policies.
Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics (1st: 2004).
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New horizons in environmental economics series
Combining empirical and theoretical contributions, 13 papers review different aspects of the definition and design of public environmental and energy policies. The editors (all of the U. de Vigo, Spain) first present discussions of fundamentals, including the relationship between growth and markets, and basic aspects of pollution markets. The next five papers explore the European Union's Emission Trading System The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter.
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1. produced artificially.
2. produced by induction.
adj artificially caused to occur.
induction. technological change and slow energy capital stock turnover in an optimal CO2 abatement A reduction, a decrease, or a diminution. The suspension or cessation, in whole or in part, of a continuing charge, such as rent.
With respect to estates, an abatement is a proportional diminution or reduction of the monetary legacies, a disposition of property by will, when model, indeterminancy and optimal environmental public policies in an endogenous endogenous /en·dog·e·nous/ (en-doj´e-nus) produced within or caused by factors within the organism.
1. Originating or produced within an organism, tissue, or cell. growth model, energy-saving technological process in a vintage capital model, and oil shocks and the business cycle in Europe.
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