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GTAP Resource #1488

"The Kyoto Protocol: Regional and Sectoral Contributions to the Carbon Leakage"
by Paltsev, Sergey


Abstract
The paper also appears at: The Energy Journal, 2001, 22(4), pp. 53-79.

Carbon dioxide emissions abatement in a group of countries can result in increased emissions in non-abating countries. This effect has been referred to as carbon leakage. The Kyoto Protocol calls for a number of industrialized countries to limit their emissions while other countries have no abatement commitments. This paper assesses the sectoral and regional determinants of the leakage in a static multi-sector, multi-regional computable general equilibrium model. In baseline estimates based on our model, the Kyoto Protocol leads to a carbon leakage rate of 10 percent. A decomposition technique is applied which attributes increases in CO2 emissions by non-participating countries to specific sectors in the abating countries. This information is important for the debate on the tax exemptions for certain industries in the participating countries as it provides information for the most- and least-leakage contributing sectors of the economy.


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Category: GTAP Application
Status: Not published
By/In: University of Colorado Dertment of Economics Working Paper 00-05
Date: 2000
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Created: Paltsev, S. (4/30/2004)
Updated: Dimaranan, B. (4/30/2004)
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