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ALGAS (Asian Least-Cost Greenhouse Gas Abatement Strategy), 1999a: Summary Report. Asian Development Bank, Manila.
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Barker, T., 1993: Secondary Benefits of Greenhouse Gas Abatement: The Effects of a UK Carbon/Energy Tax on Air Pollution. Energy-Environment-Economy Modelling. Discussion Paper N°4, ESRC Research Project on Policy Options for Sustainable Energy Use in a General Model of the Economy.
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Barker, T., 1998a: Policy Evaluation in a Multi-sectoral Framework. European-US Conference on Post-Kyoto Strategies, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
Barker, T, 1998b: The Effects on Competitiveness of Coordinated versus Unilateral Fiscal Policies Reducing GHG Emissions in the EU: An Assessment of a 10% Reduction by 2010 Using the E3ME Model. Energy Policy, 26(14), 1083-1098.
Barker, T. 1998c: The Use of Energy-Environment-Economy Models to Inform Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Policy, Special Section.In Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal: Reflections on the Use of Models in Policy Making, S. Shackley, (ed.), 16(2), June 1998, pp. 133-131.
Barker, T., 1999: Achieving a 10% cut in Europe’s CO2 Emissions using Additional Excise Duties: Coordinated, Uncoordinated and Unilateral Action Using the Econometric Model E3ME. Economic Systems Research, 11 (4), 401-421.
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Barker, T., and K.E. Rosendahl, 2000: Ancillary Benefits of GHG Mitigation in Europe: SO2, NOx and PM10 reductions from policies to meet Kyoto targets using the E3ME model and Externe valuations. Expert Workshop on Assessing the Ancillary Benefits and Costs of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Policies, March 27-29, Washington, DC.
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