1. A Global Turn to Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading?: Experiments, Actors, and Diffusion
  2. Katja Biedenkopf, Patrick Müller, Peter Slominski, Jørgen Wettestad*
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. California's Cap-and-Trade System: Diffusion and Lessons
  2. Guri Bang, David G. Victor, Steinar Andresen*
  3. pp. 12-30
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  1. Designing New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme
  2. Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg, Ian Bailey, Nichola Harmer
  3. pp. 31-50
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  1. The Politics of Learning: Developing an Emissions Trading Scheme in Australia
  2. Patrick Müller, Peter Slominski
  3. pp. 51-68
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  1. The New (Fragmented) Geography of Carbon Market Mechanisms: Governance Challenges from Thailand and Vietnam
  2. Mattijs Smits
  3. pp. 69-90
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  1. Policy Infusion Through Capacity Building and Project Interaction: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading in China
  2. Katja Biedenkopf, Sarah Van Eynde, Hayley Walker*
  3. pp. 91-114
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  1. Emissions Trading and Policy Diffusion: Complex EU ETS Emulation in Kazakhstan
  2. Lars H. Gulbrandsen, François Sammut, Jørgen Wettestad*
  3. pp. 115-133
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  1. Carbon Trading: Who Gets What, When, and How?
  2. Markus Lederer
  3. pp. 134-140
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  1. Complicating Carbon Markets
  2. J. Samuel Barkin
  3. pp. 141-146
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  1. Corridors of Power: The Politics of Environmental Aid to Madagascar by Catherine A. Corson (review)
  2. Merrill Baker-Médard
  3. pp. 147-149
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  1. Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? by Philip H. Howard (review)
  2. Jennifer Clapp
  3. pp. 151-152
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-v
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