- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 Synopsis of the Book
- 2 Improving on Kyoto: Greenhouse Gas Control as the Purchase of a Global Public Good
- 3 The Design of Post-Kyoto Climate Schemes: Selected Questions in Analytical Perspective
- 4 Design of Climate Change Policies: A Discussion of the GPGP Approach of Bradford and Guesnerie
- 5 Untying the Climate-Development Gordian Knot: Economic Options in a Politically Constrained World
- 6 Transfer Schemes and Institutional Changes for Sustainable Global Climate Treaties
- 7 Parallel Climate Blocs: Incentives to Cooperation in International Climate Negotiations
- 8 Cooperation, Stability, and Self-enforcement in International Environmental Agreements: A Conceptual Discussion
- 9 Heterogeneity of Countries in Negotiations of International Environmental Agreements: A Joint Discussion of the Buchner-Carraro, Eyckmans-Finus, and Chander-Tulkens Chapters
- 10 Economics versus Climate Change
- 11 Economics versus Climate Change: A Comment
- 12 Absolute versus Intensity Limits for CO<sub>2</sub> Emission Control: Performance under Uncertainty
- 13 On Multi-period Allocation of Tradable Emission Permits
- 14 Optimal Sequestration Policy with a Ceiling on the Stock of Carbon in the Atmosphere
- 15 Mind the Rate! Why the Rate of Global Climate Change Matters, and How Much
- 16 Leakage from Climate Policies and Border-Tax Adjustment: Lessons from a Geographic Model of the Cement Industry
- 17 The Global Warming Potential Paradox: Implications for the Design of Climate Policy
- The Design of Climate Policy
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