Installation entries and exits in the EU ETS : patterns and the delay effect of closure provisions

A new publication entitled Installation entries and exits in the EU ETS : patterns and the delay effect of closure provisions, by Stefano Verde (FSR Climate), Christoph Graf (University of California, USA) and Thijs Jong (Accenture Consulting, The Netherlands) has just been published. The article analyses installation entries and exits in the EU ETS, over 2005–2013. 

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