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Duke Law Journal, volume 46
African Geopolitics, issue 2, volume 1
Tropicus, issue 1, volume 4
China Environment Series, issue 6
By Kelly Sims Gallagher, Senior Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group
This paper explores the role of foreign auto makers - particularly the big three (Ford, General Motor and DaimlerChrysler) - in transferring automotive technology to China.
The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics, issue 3, volume 4
By Elaine Kamarck, Lecturer in Public Policy
Journal of Islamic Studies, issue 2, volume 18
By Jeremy Jones, Former Joint Research Fellow, International Security Program/The Dubai Initiative, 2004–2007
Book review of Oman: A Thousand Years of Democratic Tradition
The authors investigate a central issue in the climate change debate associated with the Kyoto Protocol: the likely performance of international greenhouse gas trading mechanisms. Virtually all design studies and many projections of the costs of meeting the Kyoto targets have assumed that an international trading program can be established that minimizes the costs of meeting overall goals. This conclusion rests on several simplifying assumptions. The authors focus on one important issue that has received little, if any, attention: the interation between an international trading regime and a heterogeneous set of domestic greenhouse policy instruments. This is an important issue because the Protocol explicitly provides for domestic sovereignty reagrding instrument choice, and because it is unlikely that most countries will choose tradeable permits as their primary domestic vehicle.
By Ambuj D. Sagar, Associate, Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program
The main challenge facing India''s energy sector is to increase and improve the delivery of energy services to various sections of the citizenry and the economy in an environmentally and socially acceptable manner. New and improved technologies will play a central role in meeting this challenge and from a long-term perspective, it will be in India''s benefit to strengthen the technological capabilities that can help it meet its energy and environmental goals.
"Reevaluating the Relationship Between Transferable Property Rights and Command-and-Control Regulation"