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December 20 2012

Domestic Politics and the Formation of International Environmental Agreements



In the work presented, researchers from the LSE introduce to a classic model of international environmental cooperation the phenomenon of domestic political competition, whereby lobby groups seek to influence policy by offering to fund political campaigning. They show how the model can be used to establish some general conditions for the effects of lobbying on the stringency of policy and the size of coalitions cooperating to provide an environmental good.


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