Edited By: Carlo Carraro
This work presents important papers which examine international environmental negotiations and agreements. Issues discussed include: the problems of interactions between environmental policies and trade and industrial policies; the role of "issue linkage" in securing stability in environmental agreements; the role of an arbitrator in environmental negtiations where no supra-national authority exists, the consequences for the existence of self-enforcing agreements; and the relationship between environmental negotiations on trade liberalization and R&D co-operation.
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