How harmful are adaptation restrictions

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Kelly C. de Bruin; Rob B. Dellink;
  • Publisher: Milano: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM)
  • Subject: Milieueconomie en Natuurlijke Hulpbronnen | Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group | Adaptation | Leerstoelgroep Milieu-economie en natuurlijke hulpbronnen | Integrated Assessment Modelling | Q25 | Q28 | Integrated Assessment Modelling, Adaptation, Climate Change | WIMEK | Environmental Economics and Natural Resources | Climate Change
    • jel: jel:Q25 | jel:Q28
      ddc: ddc:330

The dominant assumption in economic models of climate policy remains that adaptation will be implemented in an optimal manner. There are, however, several reasons why optimal levels of adaptation may not be attainable. This paper investigates the effects of suboptimal l... View more
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