Policy Research in Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics, Climate Change and Consumption

October 2015

Almost all necessities are high carbon, while most ‘luxuries’ emit lower than average GHGs. What are the policy implications?

It will not be possible for the rich world to combat climate change, writes Ian Gough in a new PRIME e-publication, without also addressing its consumption.


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