Emission Permit Banking for Stock and Flow Pollutants
Bankable Permits for the Control of Stock and Flow Pollutants:
The Greenhouse Gas Case
*Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
**Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy and Department of Resource Economics and Policy, Univ. Maine
Revised DRAFT, February 2, 2000
Key Words: Emission Trading, Marketable Permits, Stock Pollutant, Greenhouse Gases
Our Latest Report:
"Flexible Greenhouse Gas Emission Banking Systems," DRAFT Final Technical Report, Integrated Assessment of Global Climate Change, Research Program, Notice 98-15, Jonathan Rubin and Paul Leiby, March 31, 2001. Download (305 KB, Adobe Acrobat format).
Intertemporal Permit Trading for the Control of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Paul Leiby and Jonathan Rubin, July 24, 2000 (Forthcoming in Environmental and Resource Economics). Download (103 KB, Adobe Acrobat format).
An earlier working paper, including initial numerical results:
Efficient Greenhouse Gas Emission Banking and Borrowing Systems, Paul Leiby and Jonathan Rubin, May 31, 1998. Download (143 KB, Adobe Acrobat format).
The presentation slides from the Aug 1998 WEA conference:
Efficient Greenhouse Gas Emission Banking and Borrowing Systems, Paul Leiby and Jonathan Rubin, Presented to the Western Economic Association International's 73rd Annual Conference, Lake Tahoe (Stateline) Nevada, July 1, 1998.
Download (179 KB, Adobe Acrobat format).
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Paul Leiby (firstname.lastname@example.org, 865-574-7720)