Monday , March 8 2021

JEEM

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Getting to Browser Tab Zero so I can reboot the computer is awfully hard when the one open tab is a Table of Contents for the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, and every issue has more stuff I want to read.A few highlights:Gugler et al demonstrating the effectiveness of British carbon pricing over German regulatory interventions in the electricity market. Carbon prices were far more effective in getting to a cleaner power grid. Steven Smith on prior appropriation versus proportional division in allocating water rights, leveraging a neat natural experiment (the formation of Colorado forcing a change in water rights). They suggest proportional rights (think: NZ's way of divvying up fishing rights within a total allowable catch) can get you to higher yields and higher-valued

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Getting to Browser Tab Zero so I can reboot the computer is awfully hard when the one open tab is a Table of Contents for the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, and every issue has more stuff I want to read.

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