International trade in exhaustible resources a cartel-competitive fringe model by Larry Karp

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StatementLarry Karp and Olli Tahvonen.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- No.1291
ContributionsTahvonen, Olli., Centre for Economic Policy Research.
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EXHAUSTIBLE RESOURCES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE where k and s are positive constants given by k = b-l + {a-b)h, s = l + 6(fc-l) (12) and the constant g is given by3 g = -[1 - a + b[h - l)]/a{h - 1). Withagen C. () Exhaustible Resources and International Trade, a Survey.

In: Economic Theory and International Trade in Natural Exhaustible Resources. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical International trade in exhaustible resources book, vol Author: Cees Withagen. This study is concerned with the economic theory of exhaustible resources.

My interest in exhaustible resources dates back several years when prof. Cramer and prof. von Weizsacker stimu­ lated me to direct my research, at the Faculty of Actuarial Science and Econometrics of the University of Amsterdam, to the exploitation of Dutch natural gas.

International Trade in Exhaustible Resources: A Cartel-Competitive Fringe Model The paper describes a von Stackelberg model of pricing behavior by a dominant firm in a market for an. International Trade in Exhaustible Resources: A Cartel-Competitive Fringe Model We characterize the open-loop and the Markov perfect Stackelberg equilibria for a differential game in which a cartel and a fringe extract a nonrenewable resource.

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Journal of International Economics 34 () North-Holland General equilibrium and international trade with exhaustible resources Jan H. van Geldrop and Cees A.A.M. Withagen* Department of Mathematics and Computing Science, Eindhoven University of Technology, P.O. BoxMB Eindhoven, Netherlands.

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The conservation of exhaustible natural resources constitutes a prominent linkage and one of the ongoing debates in the relationship between trade liberalization and environmental sus- tainability. Karp, Larry S. & Tahvonen, Olli, "International Trade in Exhaustible Resources: A Cartel-Competitive Fringe Model," CUDARE Working PapersUniversity of California, Berkeley, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

This study is concerned with the economic theory of exhaustible resources. My interest in exhaustible resources dates back several years when prof. Cramer and prof. von Weizsacker stimu- lated me to direct my research, at the Faculty of Actuarial Science and Econometrics of the University of Amsterdam, to the exploitation of Dutch natural gas.

Bargaining, Strategic Reserves, and International Trade in Exhaustible Resources. Economic Theory and International Trade in Natural Exhaustible Resources 1 edition By Cees Withagen Economic Theory and International Trade in Natural Exhaustible Resourc.

invested in new capital. Kemp and Long () analyze monopsonistic behavior in a two-country model with exhaustible resources, absent of physical capital. Brander and Taylor () and Jinji () investigate the effect of international trade onwelfare using Ricardianmodels of trade with renewable resources.

International Trade in Exhaustible Resources: A Cartel-Competitive Fringe Model. By Larry Karp and Olli Tahvonen. Abstract. We characterize the open-loop and the Markov perfect Stackelberg equilibria for a differential game in which a cartel and a fringe extract a nonrenewable resource.

Both agents have stock dependent costs. of some parts of the world through international trade problems. Economic theory luas been developed on both aspects.

We refer to Petenon and Fisher () and Withagen () for surveys and to Dasgupta and Heal () fot a standard introduction. Here we shall be dealing with trade in exhaustible resource (:Ommodit1es.

The structure of our model draws upon early well-known literature on exhaustible resources. 4 While many studies focus single economies (e.g. Rodríguez and Sachs,and Kemp and Long, ), only few address international trade issues sociated with exhaustible by: 6. Dasgupta, Partha Heal, Geoffrey and Pant, Anand Optimising R and D expenditure in the development of resource substitutes11Part of this research was undertaken while one of the authors, (Pant) was a doctoral student at the University of Sussex It represents development of earlier results reported elsewhere A general equilibrium model of international trade with exhaustible natural resource commodities Citation for published version (APA): Geldrop, van, J.

H., & Withagen, C. A general equilibrium model of international trade with exhaustible natural resource commodities. (Memorandum COSOR; Vol. Eindhoven: Technische. Economic theory and international trade in natural exhaustible resources.

Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Cees Withagen. Purchase Essays in the Economics of Exhaustible Resources, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe Economics of Exhaustible Resources by Geoffrey Heal,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Natural resources and the problem of. Natural resources are difficult to define precisely, particularly in the context of international trade. Most people have an intuitive idea of what natural resources are, but agriculture“common sense” definitions cannot be relied upon since they eventually run into problems when dealing with ambiguous cases.

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JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOS AND MANAGEM () Exhaustible Resource Price Policy, International Trade, and Intertemporal Welfare* JOSEPH P. KALT Energy and Environmental Policy Center, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 79 John F.

Kennedy Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts Received Septem; revised J. The conservation of exhaustible natural resources constitutes a prominent linkage and one of the ongoing debates in the relationship between trade liberalization and environmental sustainability.

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The pricing of raw materials from an exhaustible resource is predominantly analysed within the context of a partial equilibrium.

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This chapter considers whether sustained economic growth is feasible when an exhaustible and non-renewable resource is used in production. Examples of exhaustible natural resources are fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas, as well as minerals like iron, copper, and aluminium.

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On pages a large number of interesting problems in resource economics is discussed z. The * The paper is a discussion of P.S. Dasgupta and G.M. Heal. Oil Prices, Exhaustible Resources, and Economic Growth James D.

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