Financial Transfers to Sustain Cooperative International Optimality in Stock Pollutant Abatement

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"It is well known that the transnational character of many environmental problems (for example, greenhouse gas emissions, acid rain, pollution of international waters) requires cooperation among the countries involved if a social optimum is to be achieved. The issues raised thereby have often been addressed, in the economic literature, using concepts borrowed from cooperative game theory."
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simulations, cooperation--models, international relations, pollution
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