- china eeu sweden | Behavior ec. On Social Sanctions and Beliefs: A Pollution Norm Example A prevailing view in the literature is that social sanctions can support, in equilibrium, high levels of obedience to a costly norm. The reason is that social disapproval and stigmatization faced by the disobedient are highest when disobedience is the exception rather than the rule in society. Garcia, Jorge H. and Jiegen Wei, 2013, "On Social Sanctions and Beliefs: A Pollution Norm Example", Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series January 2013. EfD DP 13-04.
- china eeu sweden rff usa | Climate change A fair share: Burden-sharing preferences in the United States and China Using a sequential discrete choice experiment, we investigate preferences for distributing the economic burden of reducing CO 2 emissions in the two largest CO 2-emitting countries: the United States and China. We asked respondents about their preferences for four burden-sharing rules to reduce CO 2 emissions according to their country's relative (1) historical emissions, (2) income level, (3) emissions per capita, and (4) current emissions. Carlsson Fredrik, M.Kataria, A.Krupnick, E.Lampi, A.Löfgren,P.Qin,and T.Sterner.2012."A fair share: Burden-sharing preferences in the United States and China." Resource and Energy Economics 35(1):1-17.
- eeu sweden | Climate change Estimating the Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture in Low-Income countries:Household Level Evidence from the Nile Basin,Ethiopia. This paper presents an empirical analysis of the impact of climate change on agriculture in a typical developing country. The economic implications of climate change are estimated by using both a farm productivity and a Ricardian framework. Data are drawn from about 1,000 farms producing cereal crops in the Nile Basin of Ethiopia. Di Falco,Salvatore,Mahmud Yesuf,Gunnar Kohlin,and Claudia Ringler.2012."Estimating the Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture in Low-Income Countries: Household Level Evidence from the Nile Basin, Ethiopia." Environmental and Resource Economics 52:457–478.
- eeu sweden | Forestry The Natural Forest Protection Program in China: A contingent valuation study in Heilongjiang province In 1998 the Chinese government implemented the Natural Forest Protection Program, NFPP, which included logging restrictions, protected areas, replanting, and a range of other policies aimed at safeguarding the state of the country’s forests and reducing the risk of erosion and flooding. Edström,F., H. Nilsson and Jesper Stage,2012,"The Natural Forest Protection Program in China: A contingent valuation study in Heilongjiang province",Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering,B1(3):426–432.
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