Journals Higher Education



Published: 15 September 2011

566 Pages | 29 Figures, 58 Tables, 5 Boxes


ISBN: 9780199606276

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The Economics and Politics of Climate Change

Edited by Dieter Helm and Cameron Hepburn

  • Includes contributions from leading climate change policy experts
  • Highly topical and political subject that discusses the Stern Report and the international framework and negotiations for a post-Kyoto climate change agreement
  • Written in an accessible style that enables a wide readership to come to grips with the main issues of climate change
  • Discusses major climate change issues such as what sort of overall target for emissions reductions is credible and over what timetable, what the basis for any new international agreement might be, and how the interests of the developing countries might be reconciled with those of the industrialised countries

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