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Largely the same statement was issued by the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, around the same time, so no doubt there was some coordination there. In any case, border carbon adjustments are often discussed at EAERE conferences. This year's conference had a full session on their effects on international agreements (I cannot seem ...


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I found some references that might help you explore this topic. Other topics like game theory can also be applied to border carbon adjustments. LSE: https://www.lse.ac.uk/granthaminstitute/publication/the-global-consumer-incidence-of-carbon-pricing/ This is an excerpt from the website: "the author investigates complementing the EU ETS with a carbon ...


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