Controlling Global Warming
Perspectives From Economics, Game Theory, and Public ChoiceUnknown - 2002
Global warming is widely considered to be one of the most serious environmental problems for current and future generations. Moreover, the apparent failure of the Kyoto protocol to effect a meaningful reduction in greenhouse gas emissions has increased the importance of economic research into new ways to control global warming. In this exhaustive study, the authors break new ground by integrating cutting edge insights on global warming from three different perspectives: game theory, cost-effectiveness analysis and public choice. For each perspective the authors provide an overview of important.
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : E. Elgar, 2002.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 305 pages).