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In this article Tim Swanson, André Hoffmann Chair of Environmental Economics at the Graduate Institute of Geneva, and Ben Groom, Lecturer in Environment & Development Economics at LSE, investigate global biodiversity regulation as a bargaining game, where biodiversity rich countries (the “BD states") and research& development rich countries (the “R&D states”) must find a way to cooperate that is perceived as fair and reasonable by both parties.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics – Re3