From Paris to the End of Oil

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Dag Harald Claes; Helge Hveem;
(2016)
  • Publisher: cogitatiopress
  • Journal: issn: 2183-2463
  • Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.17645/pag.v4i3.651
  • Subject: Wirtschaftswachstum | Wirtschaft | economic growth | climate protection | Erdöl | Klimapolitik | energy supply | Political science (General) | Special areas of Departmental Policy | Economic Sectors | emission | spezielle Ressortpolitik | internationales Abkommen | energy system | Wirtschaftssektoren | energy consumption | climate change | JA1-92 | crude oil | Energieversorgung | climate policy | Paris treaty | energy policy | international agreement | Political science | Economics | oil market | Klimawandel | Energiepolitik | Energieverbrauch | Klimaschutz | Politikwissenschaft
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"This article discusses the possibilities and obstacles for a cost-effective implementation of policies that will lead to a significant reduction in global CO2 emissions from the use of oil. The structural conditions and economic consequences of changing national or reg... View more
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