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Climate Change: International Competition and US Policy Responses

June 17, 2008

Trevor Houser explains the US domestic economic impact of measures to limit greenhouse gas emissions, the advantages and limits of a cap-and-trade system, and discusses how such a system might fit into the WTO trade structure.


Book: Leveling the Carbon Playing Field: International Competition and US Climate Policy Design May 2008


The 'Manageable' Cost of Addressing Climate Change July 29, 2011

American Power Act: A Step Forward with Daunting Prospects May 21, 2010

Progress in Copenhagen, But Who Will Pay? December 11, 2009

What to Expect at Copenhagen December 7, 2009

Is a Green Recovery Possible? February 5, 2009

Impact of Global Warming on Agriculture Around the World June 18, 2008