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Complexity, economic science and possible economic benefits of climate change mitigation policy

@article{Mercure2015ComplexityES,
  title={Complexity, economic science and possible economic benefits of climate change mitigation policy},
  author={J. Mercure and H. Pollitt and U. Chewpreecha and P. Salas and A. Foley and P. Holden and N. Edwards},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2015}
}
Conventional economic analysis of stringent climate change mitigation policy generally concludes various levels of economic slowdown as a result of substantial spending on low carbon technology. Equilibrium economics however could not explain or predict the current economic crisis, which is of financial nature. Meanwhile the economic impacts of climate policy find their source through investments for the diffusion of environmental innovations, in parts a financial problem. Here, we expose how… Expand
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