Wharton PPI B-School for Public Policy Seminar Summaries

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Seminar Date

Spring 5-10-2019

Publication Date

Fall 9-26-2019

Summary

There are a lot of developments happening right now in carbon markets in different parts of the world—from New Zealand to Canada and many points in between. As policymakers continue to explore cap-and-trade in the United States, there is much to learn about what does and doesn’t work from these carbon markets already in place.

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Disciplines

Economic Policy | Economics | Energy Policy | Environmental Studies | International Economics | Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation | Public Policy

Keywords

cap-and-trade, carbon tax, environmental policy, carbon markets, solution, social costs, European Union Emissions Trading Scheme, ETS

Summary: Designing Successful Carbon Markets

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