An inconvenient solution? An economic and political analysis of global warming policy
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Political Science/International Relations (POSI)
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Group or Individual
Bachelor of Arts
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Will be presented as part of a panel at the American Political Science Association conference; Distinction on comps
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climate change; global warming; policy; environment; economics; international relations; Sweden; carbon tax; cap and trade; legislation; European Union; Barack Obama; econometric; GIS externality; energy; fossil fuels; clean technology; Kyoto protocol; climate change model; climate change performance index
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