February 7 2013

FEEM Re3: "Climate Policy Decisions Under Ambiguity and Pressure of Time"

Greenhouse gas emissions and their implications for future climate conditions will be shaped by mitigation decisions based on climate projections involving uncertainty. This article by Yu-Fu Chen, Michael Funke and Nicole Glanemann investigates the optimal timing of climate policy adoption by focusing on ambiguity in climate damage cost assessments and on the limited time to achieve climate policy targets.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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