Chapters present key ideas and policies to support and accelerate advances in three key areas: the political economy of climate change and climate policy, integrated assessment modelling, and economic and resource sustainability. Contributors discuss the distributional implications of climate change and how policymakers may respond in order to contribute to economic transformation in the midst of a global crisis.
With reference to both theoretical and applied economics, this Handbook is critical reading for economists working in the field of climate policy and climate change. It will also appeal to a broader group of environmental scientists and scholars.
Contributors include: L.M. Abadie, G.B. Asheim, J.K. Boyce, W.A. Brock, M. Budolfson, G. Chichilnisky, N. Chichilnisky-Heal, F. Dennig, J. Doyne Farmer, D.K. Foley, I. Galarraga, R. Hahnel, J. Hartwick, G. Heal, C. Hepburn, C. Hope, D. Iris, A. Markandya, P. Mealy, T. Mitra, T. Narasimhan, F. Nesje, I. Parry, A. Rezai, E. Sainz de Murieta, N. Schofield, B. Shang, A. Tavoni, L. Taylor, R. van der Ploeg, N. Vernon, P. Wingender, C. Withagen, A. Xepapadeas
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