Emissions Trading: Principles and Practice, 2d ed.
Emissions trading Emissions trading (or cap and trade) is an administrative approach used to control pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants. ; principles and practice, 2d ed.
Tietenberg, Thomas H.
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Tietenberg (economics, Colby College Colby College, at Waterville, Maine; coeducational; est. 1813, opened 1818. The school, principally a liberal arts college, adopted its present name in 1899. Its library includes the papers of Edwin Arlington Robinson. ) evaluates US and international pollutant pol·lut·ant
Something that pollutes, especially a waste material that contaminates air, soil, or water. emissions trading programs. He does this by using economic theory to derive market and optimality conditions for various market conditions and pollutant characteristics and to formalize the incentives of various permit designs. Additionally, Ex ante computer simulations are used to investigate the control cost differences between the command-and-control and emissions trading allocations and ex post evaluations of actual trading procedures and transactions are considered. Chapters then discuss spatial and temporal Having to do with time. Contrast with "spatial," which deals with space. dimensions of emissions trading, the issue of initial allocation, and the monitoring and enforcement of emissions trading systems. Distributed in the US by Johns Hopkins Noun 1. Johns Hopkins - United States financier and philanthropist who left money to found the university and hospital that bear his name in Baltimore (1795-1873)
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