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The Design of Climate Policy$
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Roger Guesnerie and Henry Tulkens

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780262073028

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262073028.001.0001

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Heterogeneity of Countries in Negotiations of International Environmental Agreements: A Joint Discussion of the Buchner-Carraro, Eyckmans-Finus, and Chander-Tulkens Chapters

Heterogeneity of Countries in Negotiations of International Environmental Agreements: A Joint Discussion of the Buchner-Carraro, Eyckmans-Finus, and Chander-Tulkens Chapters

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(p.187) 9 Heterogeneity of Countries in Negotiations of International Environmental Agreements: A Joint Discussion of the Buchner-Carraro, Eyckmans-Finus, and Chander-Tulkens Chapters
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The Design of Climate Policy
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Sylvie Thoron

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262073028.003.0009

Different countries have different preferences for the type of measures that should be applied to prevent climate change. This chapter analyzes the heterogeneity of countries in negotiations of international environmental agreements. It discusses the problems posed by the definition of stability in coalition formation and the problem of participation implicit in the negotiations on climate change.

Keywords:   climate change, international environmental agreements, stability, coalition formation, participation

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