Why Cooperate? The Incentive to Supply Global Public Goods

Nov 29, 2007

Deflecting asteroids, eradicating polio, coordinating international time, mitigating climate change--Scott Barrett explains the different incentives and actors needed to supply these global public goods, where everyone benefits and none can be excluded.

Deflecting asteroids, eradicating polio, coordinating international time, mitigating climate change--Scott Barrett explains the different incentives and actors needed to supply these global public goods, where everyone benefits and none can be excluded.

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