Improving on Kyoto: Greenhouse Gas Control as the Purchase of a Global Public Good

@inproceedings{Bradford2004ImprovingOK,
  title={Improving on Kyoto: Greenhouse Gas Control as the Purchase of a Global Public Good},
  author={D. Bradford},
  year={2004}
}
One way to obtain a global public good is to set up an institution to buy it, with the nations of the world contributing to the cost according to whatever sharing arrangements make political sense. An example would be the purchase of the services of national armed forces to carry out peacekeeping, with the cost separately apportioned. In these notes I suggest a way to exploit this approach to limiting accumulations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The ?service? that produces the control… Expand

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