26 July 2017
Gvishiani Room, IIASA
“Green growth” models broadly deal with incorporating the negative externalities associated with the use of fossil fuels and emissions, their welfare impacts, and analyze policy instruments that can correct these market distortions. This mini-workshop features a few new studies that develop green growth models and discusses the usage of different modeling techniques, questions, which can be addressed by these models, and policy recommendations, which follow.
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