Game Theory and the Environment

By Nick Hanley; Henk Folmer | Go to book overview

Game Theory and the Environment

Edited by Nick Hanley

Professor of Natural Resource Economics, Institute of Ecology and Resource Management, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Henk Folmer

Professor of Economics, Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands and Professor of Environmental Economics, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Edward Elgar

Cheltenham, UK · Northampton, MA, USA

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • List of Tables viii
  • Contributors xi
  • Foreword xiv
  • 1. Game-Theoretic Modelling of Environmental and Resource Problems: An Introduction 1
  • Notes 26
  • References 27
  • 2. Cooperation Versus Free-Riding in International Environmental Affairs: Two Approaches, 30
  • Notes 41
  • References 43
  • 3. Dynamic Resolution of Inefficiency Due to International Environmental Externalities 45
  • Notes 61
  • References 62
  • Appendix 63
  • 4. Commitment and Fairness in Environmental Games 65
  • Notes 81
  • References 81
  • Appendix 82
  • 5. Acid Rain and International Environmental Aid: Transboundary Air Pollution Between Finland, Russia and Estonia 84
  • References 96
  • 6. Nuclear Power Games 98
  • Notes 119
  • References 120
  • Appendix 121
  • 7. Renegotiation-Proof Equilibria in a Bargaining Game Over Global Emission Reductions -- Does the Instrumental Framework Matter? 135
  • Notes 154
  • References 156
  • Table 7a.1 - Emission Levels Under the Quota Regime* 158
  • 8. Linking Environmental and Nonenvironmental Problems in an International Setting: the Interconnected Games Approach 165
  • 4. Conclusions 179
  • References 180
  • 9. Strategies for Environmental Negotiations: Issue Linkage with Heterogeneous Countries 181
  • Notes 199
  • References 200
  • Appendix 202
  • 10. Environmental Conflicts and Interconnected Games: An Experimental Note on Institutional Design 204
  • Notes 216
  • References 217
  • 11. Environmental Conflicts with Asymmetric Information: Theory and Behaviour 219
  • Notes 234
  • References 235
  • 12. International Dynamic Pollution Control 237
  • 5. Conclusion 252
  • Appendix 253
  • 13. Learning About Global Warming 255
  • Notes 284
  • References 285
  • 14. Migration and the Environment 287
  • Notes 307
  • References 308
  • 15. Strategic International Trade and Transboundary Pollution: A Dynamic Model 310
  • Notes 325
  • References 326
  • Appendix 327
  • Appendix 2 - No-Policy Case 340
  • 16. Going Green or Going Abroad? Environmental Policy, Firm Location and Green Consumerism 341
  • Notes 373
  • Appendix 376
  • 17. a Game-Theoretic Approach to the Roundwood Market with Capital Stock Determination 392
  • Notes 409
  • Appendix: Nash Equilibrium and Comparative Statics 411
  • Index 415
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