References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 18 references in this bibliography folder.

Aldy, J and Stavins, R (2007).
Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto World
Cambridge University Press, New York.

Barrett, S (2007).
Why Cooperate? The Incentive to Supply Global Public Goods
Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Kallbekken, S and Hovi, J (2007).
The Price of Non-Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol: The Remarkable Case of Norway
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 7:1–15.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
A Review of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
Journal of Economic Literature, 45:686–702.

Pielke, R (2007).
Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide: Economic and Political Considerations
Mimeo, University of Colorado.

Stern, N (2007).
Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Velders, G, Anderson, S, Daniel, J, Fahey, D, and McFarland, M (2007).
The Importance of the Montreal Protocol in Protecting Climate
National Academy of Sciences, 104(12):4814–4819.

Wara, M (2007).
Is the Global Carbon Market Working?
Nature, 445:595–596.

Barrett, S (2006).
Climate Treaties and ‘Breakthrough’ Technologies
American Economic Review, 96(2):22–25.

Stiglitz, J (2006).
A New Agenda for Global Warming
The Economists’ Voice, 3(7).

Barrett, S (2005).
Environment and Statecraft: The Strategy of Environmental Treaty-Making
Oxford University Press, Oxford, (paperback edition) ed.

Government_of_Canada (2005).
Moving Forward on Climate Change: A Plan for Honouring Our Kyoto Commitment
Government of Canada, Ottawa.

Hoffert, Ma (2002).
Advanced Technology Paths to Global Climate Stability: Energy for a Greenhouse Planet
Science, 298(5595):981–987.

Hoel, M (1996).
Should a Carbon Tax Be Differentiated across Sectors?
Journal of Public Economics, 59(1):17–32.

Oliveira, J, Burniaux, J, and Martin, J (1992).
Trade and the Effectiveness of Unilateral CO2 Abatement Policies: Evidence from GREEN
OECD, Economic Studies(19).

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