References for Journalarticle 2009-29

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Kejun, J., Cosbey, A., and Murphy, D. (2008). Embodied Carbon in Traded Goods. In: Climate Change Seminar, Copenhagen. www.iisd.org

Price, A.H. (2008). Output-Based Rebates: A Proposal to Address the Impact of Federal Climate Policy on Energy-Intensive Industries Exposed to International Competition. In: International Competition and Climate Change Legislation, Environmental Law Institute, Washington. www.eli.org

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