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Who Gains and Who Pays Under Carbon-Allowance Trading?: The Distributional Effects of Alternative Policy Designs
Although scientists have long known that rising co

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By Terry Dinan (au); Diane Lim Rogers (au); Dan L. Crippen (pf)
Year: 2000
Pages: 29
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422310043

Although scientists have long known that rising concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere affect the Earthís climate, considerable disagreement exists about what, if anything, should be done to reduce carbon emissions caused by human actions. Everyone agrees that if steps are taken to reduce emissions, they should achieve those reductions at the lowest possible cost. There is interest in using economic incentives, such as a trading program for carbon-emission allowances. (CEA). This study examines how the potential costs of a CEA program would be dist. among U.S. households of different incomes. Those dist. effects could vary depending on how the govít. allocates the allow. & how to use any revenue that it received. Charts & tables.

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