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Nov182014

Trading Costs and the Efficiency of Emissions Trading – Evidence from the EU ETS

I’ve lost a track a little of how the research projects I worked on at the Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets progressed since I left, but it looks as though at least one of them is proving useful: my former boss, Regina Betz, presented some of our work at the 4th IAEE Asia Conference in Beijing this September just gone.

Trading Costs and the Efficiency of Emissions Trading – Evidence from the EU ETS [pdf]

The work on uncertainty and robust policy (in relation to climate change) that I did in 2011 (!) with Paul Twomey is still forthcoming, though I fear others may since have filled that space. It did spawn a few articles, at least; perhaps I can turn the rest into a series of blog posts at a later date.

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