In this work we present a Global Emission Game with N asymmetric players, in which the pay-off of cooperators is affected by a Social Externalities, that we assume to be a positive function. We refer to the notion of self-enforcing agreements to study the stability of the coalition and we assume that the N players are divided in two homogeneous groups, developed and developing countries. Moreover, the externalities doesn’t depend on emissions, but only on the number of players in coalition. So, it has no effects on the choice of optimal emissions, but only on the stability of the coalition.
|Titolo:||International Environmental Agreements with Social Externalities: A Global Emission Game with Asymmetric Players|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|