Policy Studies

No. 102 - Greenhouse Gas Control: Implications for Agriculture

Joseph L. Bast, Dennis Avery, Alex Avery, James L. Johnston, John Skorburg, and Terry Francl
August 25, 2003

Legislation is being considered at the federal and state levels that would control greenhouse gas emissions thought to be the cause of “global warming.” Laws mandating emission reductions are very

No. 54 The Killing Can Be Stopped

Randy Barnett, Joseph L. Bast, Michael Finch, Robert J. Genetski, David H. Padden, Daniel Polsby, and Herbert J. Walberg
November 1, 1992

No. 101 - State Greenhouse Gas Programs: An Economic and Scientific Analysis (ppt)

Joseph L. Bast, James M. Taylor J.D., and Jay Lehr Ph.D.
February 1, 2003

No. 101 - State Greenhouse Gas Programs: An Economic and Scientific Analysis: 37 State-Specific Tables

February 15, 2003

State greenhouse gas programs aimed at reducing emissions to 7 percent less than 1990 levels could cost the average state government $3.2 billion in direct expenses and lost revenues, or 28.6 perce

No. 101 - State Greenhouse Gas Programs: An Economic and Scientific Analysis (summary pdf)

February 15, 2003

State greenhouse gas programs aimed at reducing emissions to 7 percent less than 1990 levels could cost the average state government $3.2 billion in direct expenses and lost revenues, or 28.6 perce

No. 101 - State Greenhouse Gas Programs: An Economic and Scientific Analysis

Joseph L. Bast, James M. Taylor, and Jay Lehr
February 14, 2003
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