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2011/11/30Abstract Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon leakage? We conduct the first empirical ex-post evaluation of the Protocol We derive a theoretical gravity equation for the CO2 content of trade which accounts for intermediate inputs both domestic and imported 2014/4/4Carbon leakage risk is established based on the carbon intensity and trade exposure of each 4-digit industry Using a novel measure of carbon leakage risk obtained in interviews with almost 400 managers at regulated firms in six countries we show that carbon intensity is strongly correlated with leakage risk whereas overall trade exposure is not

Kyoto and Carbon Leakage: An Empirical Analysis of the

2015/3/2Abstract Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon leakage? We conduct the first empirical ex post evaluation of the protocol We derive a theoretical gravity equation for the carbon dioxide content of trade which accounts for intermediate inputs both domestic and

On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Autores: Ralf Martin Mirabelle Muls Laure B de Preux Ulrich J Wagner Localizacin: Ecological Economics ISSN-e 1873-6106 N 105 2014 pgs 78-88 Idioma: ingls

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Resumen de On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Ralf Martin Mirabelle Muls Laure B de Preux Ulrich J Wagner The EU Emissions Trading Scheme continues to exempt industries deemed at risk of carbon leakage from permit auctions

In Phase IV (2021–2030) carbon leakage risk will be assessed more accurately thanks to: a) carbon intensity and trade intensity considered together through a combined indicator b) possible use of more disaggregated data and c) possible consideration of

21 Options for avoiding carbon leakage

leakage the criteria for eligibility must be clearly related to leakage potential – that is involving a combination of carbon-intensiveness of manufacturing and trade exposure At that point there are three main options for addressing leakage among identified

Analysis On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Ralf Martina c Mirabelle Mulsa b c ⁎ Laure B de Preuxa c ⁎⁎ Ulrich J Wagnerd a Imperial College Business School Imperial College London United Kingdom b Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment Imperial College London United Kingdom

Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon leakage? We conduct the first empirical ex-post evaluation of the Protocol We derive a theoretical gravity equation for the CO2 content of trade which accounts for intermediate inputs both domestic and imported The

2014/8/29Carbon Leakage Carbon leakage is the situation in which as a result of stringent climate policies companies move their production abroad to countries with less ambitious climate measures which can lead to a rise in global greenhouse gas emissions In Europe

Kyoto and Carbon Leakage: An Empirical Analysis of the Carbon Content of Bilateral Trade Rahel Aichele and Gabriel Felbermayr () The Review of Economics and Statistics 2015 vol 97 issue 1 104-115 Abstract: Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon

On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU emissions trading scheme Ralf Martin () Mirabelle Muls () Laure de Preux and Ulrich Wagner () LSE Research Online Documents on Economics from London School of Economics and Political Science LSE Library

An Empirical Assessment of the Risk of Carbon Leakage in Poland IDDRI WORKING PAPER 08/2013 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper empirically assesses the risks of carbon leakage in Poland under the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU1

An Empirical Assessment of the Risk of Carbon Leakage in Poland IDDRI WORKING PAPER 08/2013 5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper empirically assesses the risks of carbon leakage in Poland under the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU1

Economic assessment of Carbon Leakage and Carbon Border

Carbon leakage can take place through two main mechanisms or channels that are activated by policy induced changes in relative prices (Arroyo -Currs 2015 Bhri nger et al 2017): (i) changes of international trade in goods and services that embody carbon emissions generated

Carbon leakage risk is established based on the carbon intensity and trade exposure of each 4-digit industry Using a novel measure of carbon leakage risk obtained in interviews with almost 400 managers at regulated firms in six countries we show that carbon intensity is strongly correlated with leakage risk whereas overall trade exposure is not

However results vary according to the chosen methodology so the definition of the criteria is paramount for assessing sectoral exposure to the risk of carbon leakage Key policy insights Despite increasing discussion about the implementation of carbon pricing on the Brazilian industrial sector the evaluation of carbon leakage risks is still neglected

2015/3/2Abstract Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon leakage? We conduct the first empirical ex post evaluation of the protocol We derive a theoretical gravity equation for the carbon dioxide content of trade which accounts for intermediate inputs both domestic and

3 2 Previous literature In this paper we investigate the relationship between the distribution of income the consumption decisions of individual s and the carbon content of that consumption In doing so we contribute to two growing literatures

Analysis On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Ralf Martina c Mirabelle Mulsa b c ⁎ Laure B de Preuxa c ⁎⁎ Ulrich J Wagnerd a Imperial College Business School Imperial College London United Kingdom b Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment Imperial College London United Kingdom

was the process content and criteria for the assessments in preparation of the Carbon Leakage List for period 2021-30 Another stakeholder event is scheduled for 16 May2018 where the results of the preliminary Carbon Leakage List will

Has the Kyoto Protocol induced carbon leakage? We conduct the first empirical ex-post evaluation of the Protocol We derive a theoretical gravity equation for the CO2 content of trade which accounts for intermediate inputs both domestic and imported The structure of our new panel database of the carbon content of sectoral bilateral trade flows allows controlling for the endogenous selection

In Phase IV (2021–2030) carbon leakage risk will be assessed more accurately thanks to: a) carbon intensity and trade intensity considered together through a combined indicator b) possible use of more disaggregated data and c) possible consideration of