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Ecchia, Giulio
Mariotti, Marco
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Nota di Lavoro 14.1997
We study a three-country model of international environmental agreements where countries may choose either to limit their emissions or to behave noncooperatively. First, we provide a taxonomy of various kinds of strategic situations. Then, by applying some recently developed game-theoretic techniques, we show that if countries are "farsighted" then there is scope for self-enforcing cooperation in several such situations.
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