Table of contents for Emissions trading : principles and practice / T. H. Tietenberg.

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Figures and Tables 
1. Introduction 
Describing the Evolution	
The Evolution of Emissions Trading
The Evolution of Design Features	
An Overview of the Book	
2. The Conceptual Framework	
The Regulatory Dilemma	
The Cost-Effectiveness Framework	
Cost-Effective Permit Markets
The Role of Transactions Costs
The Role of Administrative Costs
The Role of Technical Change
3. The Consequences of Emissions Trading	
The Nature of the Evidence
Ex Ante Evaluations: The Evidence	
Ex Post Evaluations: The Evidence	
4. The Spatial Dimension	
Difficulties in Implementing an Ambient Permit System	 
Possible Alternatives	
5. The Temporal Dimension	
Borrowing, Banking, and the Nature of the Environmental Target 	
Linking Emissions and Pollutant Concentrations	
The Role of Banking and Borrowing	
Strategies for Controlling Seasonal or Episodic Peaks	
6. The Initial Allocation	
Initial Allocation Approaches	
Comparing the Allocation Approaches	
Cost-Effectiveness Implications of the Initial Allocation	
7. Market Power	
Permit Price Manipulation: Conceptual Models
Leveraging Power Between Output and Permit Markets	
Ex Ante Simulations
Results from Experimental Studies
Mechanisms for Controlling Market Power
Programmatic Design Features That Affect Market Power	
8. Monitoring and Enforcement	
	The Nature of the Domestic Enforcement Process
The Nature of the International Enforcement Process
The Economics of Enforcement
Current Enforcement Practice	
9. Lessons	
Lessons About Program Effectiveness 
Lessons About Instrument Choice and Program Design
Concluding Comments	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Emissions trading -- United States.
Air -- Pollution -- Government policy -- United States.
Environmental impact charges -- United States.