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10-05: World Bank Talk on Global Carbon Pricing

May 20, 2010, Peter Cramton and Steven Stoft
Presented by Peter Cramton, at the World Bank in Washington DC.
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This talk contains a new section on game theory, explaining (1) Why cap-and-trade causes the polarization of developed and developing countries that has been growing since Kyoto and derailed Copenhagen, and (2) How the Green Fund can be linked to a global-carbon-price target to make the outcome of the global climate-policy game far more cooperative and efficient.

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