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An endogenous emissions cap produces a green paradox
R Gerlagh, RJRK Heijmans, KE Rosendahl
Economic Policy 36 (107), 485-522, 2021
55*2021
COVID-19 tests the market stability reserve
R Gerlagh, RJRK Heijmans, KE Rosendahl
Environmental and Resource Economics 76, 855-865, 2020
492020
Climate-conscious consumers and the buy, bank, burn program
R Gerlagh, RJRK Heijmans
Nature Climate Change, 2, 2019
322019
Regulating stock externalities
R Gerlagh, R Heijmans
CESifo Working Paper, 2018
22*2018
Shifting concerns for the EU ETS: Are carbon prices becoming too high?
R Gerlagh, RJRK Heijmans, KE Rosendahl
Environmental Research Letters, 2022
42022
Time Horizons and Emissions Trading
RJRK Heijmans
Working paper, 2022
22022
Adjustable emissions caps and the price of pollution
R Heijmans
Working paper, 2022
12022
On Environmental Externalities and Global Games
RJRK Heijmans
CentER, Center for Economic Research, 2021
12021
Network Subsidies: Theory and Experiments
RJRK Heijmans, S Suetens
2022
Flexible emissions caps and counterproductive climate policies
R Gerlagh, RJRK Heijmans, KE Rosendahl
2022
Pandemic Policy in a Global Game
RJRK Heijmans, A Moura
2022
Linking Cap And Trade Schemes
RJRK Heijmans, R Gerlagh
2021
The Global Climate Game
RJRK Heijmans
2021
Can the social cost of carbon be calculated?
R Gerlagh, R Heijmans, KT Mayumi
Contemporary Climate Change Debates, 65-80, 2019
2019
Regulating Global Externalities
RJRK Heijmans, R Gerlagh
CentER Discussion Paper Series, 2019
2019
Why the new EU-ETS is almost perfect
RJRK Heijmans, R Gerlagh
EAERE Magazine 2018 (3), 8-10, 2018
2018
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