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Game Practice and the Environment

Edited By: C Carraro and V Fragnelli

Edward Elgar

Hardback | Jul 2004 | #151208 | ISBN: 184376685X
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This book summarises the latest achievements of researchers involved in the application of game theory to the analysis of environmental matters. It provides an overview of different methods and applications, and gives the reader new insights on the solutions to complex environmental problems. The authors investigate various game theoretic approaches, including cooperative and non-cooperative game theory, and analyse both dynamic and static games. They illustrate the application of these approaches to global and local environmental problems, and present novel but effective tools to support environmental policy making. In particular, they focus on three important issues; climate negotiations and policy, the sharing of environmental costs, and environmental management and pollution control.


Introduction Part I: Climate Negotiations and Policy Part II: Sharing Environmental Costs Part III: Environmental Management and Pollution Control Index

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