London, WC2A 2AE
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
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Environmental Finance, GARCH, Greenhouse Gases, Mixture Models, Tail Estimation
Asymmetric Information, Environmental Finance, European Emission Trading, Scheme, Trading Decisions
Dynamic Price Modeling, Emission Permits, Market Imperfections
Direct Link, EU ETS, Global CO2 Market, Indirect link, Kyoto Protocol
deforestation, land use change, payments, permanence, REDD, uncertainty
Activation frequency, Dark-spread, Emission permits, Generation Mix, Spark-spread
Allowance reserve, Price ceiling, Price collar, Price floor, Safety valve
EU ETS Reform, Dynamic Allocation, Policy Design, Responsiveness, Resilience, Supply Management Mechanism, Risk-Aversion
EU ETS reform, policy design, responsiveness, resilience, supply management mechanism, risk-aversion
Brownian excursion, Implementation Delay, Parisian Option, Optimal Stopping, Wald's Identity
Cap & Trade, Permanent Shocks, Tax, Transitory Shocks
dynamic regulation, emission permits, environment, self-financing policy, technology adoption
Dynamic regulation, Emission permits, Environment, Self–financing policy, Technology adoption
Irreversible Abatement, Stochastic Emissions, Dynamic Trading, Participation Restrictions, Non-compliance Entities.
CO2 emission allowances, Equilibrium model, Model calibration
Commodities; Comovement; Financialization; Indexing; Realized Beta
Emission Trading, Climate Change Policy, Market-based Regulation, Linking
Cost-effectiveness, Forest Conservation, Option Value, Payments for Environmental Services, Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD ), Uncertainty
EU ETS Reform, Market Stability Reserve, Policy Design, Responsiveness, Resilience, Supply Management Mechanism, Risk-Aversion
Emission Trading Systems, Emission Allowances, Renewable Energy Sources, Pass-Through
Commodities; Financialization; Volatility Spillover
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