Policy and Regulatory Reforms for Green Economic Transition in China
Published in China Economic Journal
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The two decades between 2010 and 2030 are critical turning period for China’s economic transition. At the beginning of this period, talk about how the existing economic growth model was no longer sustainable and the need for a new model became of increasingly mainstream (WB and DRC 2012). The daunting task of this economic transition is to turn China’s economic growth model featuring high carbon, high effluent emission and low productivity to that of low carbon, low emission and high productivity. Critical to the attainment of these goals are setting up the right policy framework and building the right institutions.
The three themes featured in this Special Issue are: Environmental Protection, the Energy Transition and Natural Resources System and Its Impacts on Climate Changes.
|Introduction: Policy and regulatory reforms for green economic transition in China||Jintao Xu|
|Environmental policy instruments and corruption||Richard Damania , Thomas Sterner & Dale Whittington|
|The environmental improvement under China’s ‘New Normal’||Shilei Liu , Yu Liu , Lunyu Xie & Jintao Xu|
|Feed-in tariffs for renewable power and the role of auctions: the Chinese & global experience||Don Roberts|
|International review of ecodesign programs for products and lessons learned for China||Nina Khanna , Xu Liu & Nan Zhou|
|Forest carbon sequestration and China’s potential: the rise of a nature-based solution for climate change mitigation||Lu Jin , Yuanyuan Yi & Jintao Xu|
|At a crossroads: consequential trends in recognition of community-based forest tenure from 2002-2017||Chloe Ginsburg & Stephanie Keene|
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