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Explanation of Price-Carbon Statment

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Connie Hedegaard 2013 Saying everything is on track, the Hybrid path (top-down/bottom-up) will work, at EUI.
US government 2013 US submission on Abatement for the Bonn climate negotiations in April 2013
(3 pp.), March 11.
EU + Ireland 2013 EU submission on Abatement for the Bonn climate negotiations in April 2013
(6 pp.), March 1.
McKibbin, Morris &
2012 “Bridging the Gap: Integrating Price Mechanisms into International Climate Negotiations”
(18 pp.) CAMA Working Paper 55/2012, December. [See also, a proposal for a Carbon Pricing Consultation (CPC) process, 2/2013.]
Dion & Laurent 2012 “From From Rio to Rio: A Global Carbon Price Signal to Escape the Great climate Inconsistency”
(20 pp.) Working papers OFCE – 2012-16, May.
Cramton & Stoft 2012b “How to Fix the Inefficiency of Global Cap and Trade,”
(5 pp.) The Economists’ Voice, 9, April.
Cramton & Stoft 2012a “Global Climate Games: How Pricing and a Green Fund Foster Cooperation,”
(10 pp.) Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, 1:2, March.
Godal & Holtsmark 2011 “Permit Trading: Merely an Efficiency-Neutral Redistribution Away from Climate Change Victims?”
(14 pp., technical) Scandinavian Journal of Economics, June.
Yvo de Boer 2011 Interview with Yvo de Boer — “Kyoto is Dead”
(3 pp.) Translated from a German interview by Taz
Cramton & Stoft 2010 “Price is a Better Climate Commitment”
(7 pp.) The Economists’ Voice, 7:1, February.
Stiglitz 2010 “Overcoming the Copenhagen Failure,”
(2 pp.) Project Syndicate, January.
McKibbin, Morris &
2009 “Achieving Comparable Effort through Carbon Price Agreements”
(10 pp.) Policy Brief, Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements, Belfer Center, Dec.
Stoft 2009 “Flexible Global Carbon Pricing: A Backward-Compatible Upgrade for the Kyoto Protocol,”
(27 pp.) European University Institute Working Paper No. RSCAS 2009/35, July.
Cooper 2008 “The Case for Charges on Greenhouse Gas Emissions,”
(27 pp.) The Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements, October.
Holtsmark & Sommervoll 2008 “International Emissions Trading in a Non-cooperative Equilibrium,”
(26 pp., technical) Research Department of Statistics Norway, May.
Stiglitz 2006b “Saving the Planet,”
(26 pp.) Chapter 6 in Making Globalization Work, September. Amazon
Stiglitz 2006a “A New Agenda for Global Warming,”
(4 pp.) The Economists’ Voice, 3.7, July.
Nordhaus 2005 “Life After Kyoto: Alternative Approaches to Global Warming Policies,”
(32 pp.) NBER Working Paper, number 11889.
Helm 2003 “International Emissions Trading with Endogenous Allowance Choices,”
(11 pp., technical) Journal of Public Economics, December.
Schelling 2002 “What Makes Greenhouse Sense? Time to Rethink the Kyoto Protocol,”
(9 pp.) Foreign Affairs, May.
DePledge 2000 “The Origins of the Kyoto Protocol,”
(135 pp.) Prepared under contract to UNFCCC, November.