Carbon Pricing and Innovation in a World of Political Constraints

Grant Type: academic

Grant Year: 2020

Grant Amount: $15,000


Grant description:

This project will convene economists, political scientists, energy scholars, and policy practitioners to synthesize collective expertise on the role of carbon pricing and innovation in climate policy. Participants will discuss how carbon pricing has been used around the world, its economic and political potential as a climate policy tool, and the importance of considering political economy in the design, implementation, and durability of climate policies.

AUTHORS:

Gernot Wagner Leah Stokes Carbon Pricing and Innovation in a World of Political Constraints

Topics

Economic Inequality

Fiscal Policy

Taxes, Inequality & Growth

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