The Economics of Global Warming

By William R. Cline | Go to book overview
Instutute for international econimics 11 Dupont Circle, NW Washington, DC 20036 (202) 328-9000 FAX: (202) 328-5432 C. Fred Bergsten, Director
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Peter G. Peterson, Chairman
Anthony M. Solomon, Chairman, Executive Committee
Raymond Barre
W. Michael Blumenthal
Douglas A. Fraser
Maurice Greenberg
Paul R. Jolles
W. M. Keck 11
Nigel Lawson
Kuan Yew Lee
Frank E. Loy
Donald F. McHenry
Ruben F. Mettler
Akio Morita
Kaneo Nakamura
Suliman S. Olayan
1. G. Patel
Karl Otto Pöhl
David Rockefeller
Donna E. Shalala
Mario Henrique Simonsen
P. Roy Vagelos
Paul A. Volcker
Dennis Weatherstone
Marina v.N. Whitman
Andrew Young
Ex officio
C. Fred Bergsten
Richard N. Cooper
Honorary Directors
Alan Greenspan
Reginald H. Jones
George P. Shultz

ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Richard N. Cooper, Chairman
Robert Baldwin
Barry P. Bosworth
Susan M. Collins
Rimmer de Vries
Juergen B. Donges
Rudiger Dornbusch
Gerhard Fels
Robert J. Flanagan
Isaiah Frank
Jacob A. Frenkel
Gottfried Haberler
David D. Hale
Mahbub ul Haq
Dale E. Hathaway
Nurul Islam
Peter B. Kenen
Lawrence R. Klein
Lawrence B. Krause
Anne O. Krueger
Paul R. Krugman
Roger M. Kubarych
Robert Z. Lawrence
Jessica T. Mathews
Rachel McCulloch
Isamu Miyazaki
Michael Mussa
Richard R. Nelson
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Sylvia Ostry
Rudolph A. Oswald
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa
Jacques J. Polak
Jeffrey D. Sachs
Ernest Stern
Lawrence H. Summers
Alan Wm. Wolff

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The Economics of Global Warming
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Board of Directors *
  • Summary 1
  • The Scientific Basic for the Greenhouse Effect 11
  • Global Warming in the Very Long Term 41
  • The Economic Benefits of Limiting Global Warming 79
  • Economic Models of Carbon Reduction Costs: An Analystical Survey 139
  • Carbon Abatement Costs: Engineering Estimates and Forestry Options 195
  • Time Discounting for Global Warming Analysis 233
  • Benefit-Cost Synthesis 275
  • Toward an International Policy Strategy 321
  • References 381
  • Index 393
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