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Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods

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Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods. / Nolden, Colin; Stua, Michele; Coulon, Michael.

2019. (Law Research Paper Series).

Research output: Working paperWorking paper and Preprints

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Nolden, C, Stua, M & Coulon, M 2019 'Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods' Law Research Paper Series.

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Nolden, C., Stua, M., & Coulon, M. (2019). Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods. (Law Research Paper Series).

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Nolden C, Stua M, Coulon M. Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods. 2019 Apr 24. (Law Research Paper Series).

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Nolden, Colin ; Stua, Michele ; Coulon, Michael. / Climate clubs and positive carbon pricing for a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods. 2019. (Law Research Paper Series).

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