Controlling greenhouse gases: a survey of global macroeconomic studies
A survey of policies aimed at curtailing emissions of greenhouse gases is made by analyzing quantitative studies of the abatement costs of such policies. Through the analysis made, which concentrated on the modeling approaches and choices of key parameters of the quantitative studies, a conceptual framework that identifies the major determinants of the macroeconomic costs of abating greenhouse gases is formed. The studies show that each 20% abatement below business-as-usual emissions may cost around 1% of gross world product.
Publication Name: Bulletin of Economic Research
The role of the OECD in liberalising international trade and capital flows
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) was established in 1961 to help member countries improve their economic performance. Acknowledging that cross-border liberalization is one way of achieving this goal, the organization has long played an active role in promoting the liberalization of transactions among OECD members. It has been deeply involved in efforts to free capital flows, trade in services and direct foreign investment, as well as reforming agricultural policies.
Publication Name: World Economy
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