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Record number 413159
Title International climate agreements under induced technological change
Author(s) Nagashima, M.N.; Weikard, H.P.; Bruin, K.C. de; Dellink, R.B.
Source Metroeconomica : international review of economics 62 (2011)4. - ISSN 0026-1386 - p. 612 - 634.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-999X.2011.04132.x
Department(s) Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group
WIMEK
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) klimaatverandering - internationale verdragen - technology assessment - climatic change - international agreements - development spillovers - technical change - environmental agreements - co2 abatement - coalitions - stability - economics - future - models - policy
Categories Climatic Change
Abstract We examine the impact of technological change on the stability of climate coalitions and explore how international cooperation on abatement affects the incentives of signatories to invest in R&D to reduce emissions. We compare the case of no technological change with exogenous technological change and induced technological change. In the latter case R&D investments are endogenous. We find that the highest equilibrium pay-offs are achieved in the case of induced technological change. Furthermore, the formation of a climate coalition boosts R&D investments in carbon abatement technologies in signatory countries
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