As used since, the term has been focused primarily on the real exchange rate. The term was used by Corden and Nearywhose reference to it as " Edgeworth-Bowley box The origins of this were examined by Tarascio The diagram was first drawn by Paretobased originally, though only very partially, on a diagram of Edgeworth
In common language equity means "the quality of being impartial" or "something that is fair and just. Chitre argues, and Emerging markets countries, such as India and China, often would rather analyze Per capita emissions instead of committing to aggregate Emissions reduction because of historical contributions by the Industrialized nations to the climate change crisis, under the principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibilities.
Climate change scenario Projected total carbon dioxide emissions between — using the six illustrative "SRES" marker scenarios. Some of these projections aggregate anthropogenic emissions into a single figure as a " carbon dioxide equivalent " CO2-eq. The effects of aerosol and land-use changes e.
Six of the SRES emissions scenarios have been used to project possible future changes in atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Uncertainties such as the removal of carbon from the atmosphere by " sinks " e. Atmospheric GHG concentrations can be related to changes in global mean temperature by the climate sensitivity.
Hope for example, found that uncertainty over the climate sensitivity was the most important factor in determining the social cost of carbon an economic measure of climate change impacts.
Cost—benefit analysis[ edit ] Standard cost—benefit analysis CBA  also referred to as a monetized cost—benefit framework  can be applied to the problem of climate change. If, for example, some countries were to benefit from future climate change but others lose out, there is no guarantee that the winners would compensate the losers;  similarly, if some countries were to benefit from reducing climate change but others lose out, there would likewise be no guarantee that the winners would compensate the losers.
This criterion has been justified on the basis that: This contrasts with a strategy in which no action is taken until research resolves all key uncertainties. One of the problems of climate change are the large uncertainties over the potential impacts of climate change, and the costs and benefits of actions taken in response to climate change, e.
A near-term hedging strategy concerned with reducing future climate impacts might favour stringent, near-term emissions reductions. To put it differently, stringent near-term emissions abatement can be seen as having an option value in allowing for lower, long-term stabilization targets.
This option may be lost if near-term emissions abatement is less stringent. This may suggest an approach where near-term emissions abatement is more modest. Economics of climate change mitigation The mitigation portfolio.
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The first were resilient strategies. This seeks to identify a range of possible future circumstances, and then choose approaches that work reasonably well across all the range.
The second were adaptive strategies. The idea here is to choose strategies that can be improved as more is learned as the future progresses.Preliminary versions of economic research. The Time-Varying Effect of Monetary Policy on Asset Prices.
Pascal Paul • Federal Reserve Bank of San FranciscoEmail: [email protected] First online version: November The secular decline in bond yields is one of the most definable trends in financial markets, and also one of the most important.
As you know, US Treasury yields are the bellwether for global interest rates. Development projects often involve the introduction of direct control by a developer over land previously occupied by another group.
Natural resource extraction, urban renewal or development programs, industrial parks, and infrastructure projects (such as highways, bridges, irrigation canals, and dams) all require land, often in large quantity. NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Trade and Investment, Labor Studies This paper contains three important contributions to the literature on international migrations.
First, it compiles a new dataset on migration flows (and stocks) and on immigration laws for 14 OECD destination countries and 74 sending countries. Box and Cox () developed the transformation. Estimation of any Box-Cox parameters is by maximum likelihood. Box and Cox () offered an example in which the data had the form of survival times but the underlying biological structure was of hazard rates, and the transformation identified this.
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