Who puts a price on carbon, why and how? A global empirical analysis of carbon pricing policies

Yves Steinebach, Xavier Fernández-I-Marín & Christian Aschenbrenner
This article examines why some countries put a price on greenhouse gas emissions while others do not; and why some carbon pricing policies are more ambitious than others. Our study of a global sample of 200 countries by means of event history analysis reveals that governments are more likely to opt for carbon pricing policies when their trading partners, as well as competitor countries that export goods to the same market, also do so. This...
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