By: William D Nordhaus and Joseph Boyer
246 pages, 33 illus.
Presents in detail a pair of models of the economics of climate change. The models, called RICE-99 (for the Regional Dynamic Integrated model of Climate and the Economy) and DICE-99 (for the Dynamic Integrated Model of Climate and the Economy) build on the authors' earlier work, particularly their RICE and DICE models of the early 1990s. They can help policy makers design better economic and environmental policies.
Warming the World should be required reading for policy makers, politicians, environmentalists, and the concerned public. Thomas Gale Moore Journal of Political Economy
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