Chapter headings. Preface. Part I. The Case for Flexibility. The efficiency of international cooperation in mitigating climate change: analysis of joint implementation, the clean development mechanism and emission trading for the Federal Republic of Germany, the Russian Federation and Indonesia (W. Fichtner et al.). Cooperation in global climate policy: potentialities and limitations (D. Ipsen et al.).
The Kyoto protocol and developing countries (M. Babiker et al.). How could emissions trading benefit developing countries (C. Philibert). Costs of a ceiling on Kyoto flexibility
(D. Gusbin et al.). Part II. Designing the Flexibility Mechanisms. Organizing emissions trading: the barrier of domestic permit allocation (E. Woerdman). Cooling down hot air: a global CGE analysis of post-Kyoto carbon abatement strategies (C. Böhringer). The liability rules under international GHG emissions trading (Z.X. Zhang). International emissions trading under the Kyoto Protocol: credit trading (J.-T. Boom).
Implementing the Kyoto protocol: why JI and CDM show more promise than international emissions trading (E. Woerdman).
Project-based greenhouse-gas accounting: guiding principles with a focus on baselines and additionality (L. Gustavsson et al.). Beyond joint implementation - designing flexibility into global climate policy (K.G. Begg et al.). Part III. Beyond Kyoto: Trading Renewable Quotas? Grandfathering and coal plant emissions: the cost of cleaning up the Clean Air Act
(F. Ackerman et al.).
The development of a green certificate market (P.E. Morthorst).
The renewable portfolio standard: design considerations and an implementation survey (T. Berry, M. Jaccard). Renewables portfolio standard: a means for trade with el