Carbon Leakage Along with the Green Paradox Against Carbon Abatement? A Review Based on Carbon Tax

  title={Carbon Leakage Along with the Green Paradox Against Carbon Abatement? A Review Based on Carbon Tax},
  author={Sahin Akkaya and Ufuk Bakkal},
  journal={Folia Oeconomica Stetinensia},
  pages={25 - 44}
Abstract Research background: Insufficient global cooperation in carbon pricing against global warming has the risk of global carbon emissions rise because of carbon leakage. The effect of a carbon tax on the present supply of fossil fuels is also valuable in regard to global carbon emissions. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to gain more insights into the effects of carbon leakage along with the green paradox on global carbon emissions by reviewing the relevant literature. Research… 
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