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20-083/VI - Interactions of time and technology as critical determinants of optimal climate change policy

  • Authors
    Michael Grubb, University College London; Rutger-Jan Lange, Erasmus University of Rotterdam; Nicolas Cerkez, University College London; Pablo Salas, University of Cambridge; Ida Sognnaes, University of Oslo
  • Publication date
    December 21, 2020
  • Keywords
    abatement, DICE, energy economics, inertia, innovation, path dependence, transition
  • JEL
    C61, O30, Q54