Hovi, J., Sprinz, D. F., &Underdal, A. (2003). The oslo-potsdam solution to measure the effectiveness of the regime: criticism, reaction and road ahead. Global Environmental Politics, 3.3, 74-96. Let us be clear, according to the above definition, these studies are semi-quantitative in nature, as they go back to some extent to qualitative assessments and transform them into numerical values before using statistical methods. In general, game theorists deduce uncooperative Nash equilibria and/or the social lens from their models as benchmarks. Also note that Miles et al. (2002), Breitmeier et al. (2006) and Breitmeier et al. (2011) assess the variance of effectiveness in different international environmental agreements. This study is limited to measuring the effectiveness of a single agreement.

This makes it possible to identify its causal effect more transparently. Mitchell, R.B. (2006). Part two: the effectiveness of international environmental regimes – the structure of problems, institutional design and the relative effectiveness of international environmental agreements. Global Environmental Politics, 6(3), 72-89. Downs, G. W. (2000). Put in place effective environmental regimes. Annual Review of Political Science, 3(1), 25-42. Vollenweider, J.

The effectiveness of international environmental agreements. Int Environ Agreements 13, 343-367 (2013). doi.org/10.1007/s10784-012-9193-y Young, O.R. (2011). Effectiveness of international environmental regimes: existing knowledge, future themes and research strategies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(50), 19853-19860. Many argue that international environmental agreements (EIAs) can alter the cost-benefit analyses of states by providing important information on the cost of environmental degradation. IAEs can thus contribute to the effective reduction of pollution. However, previous attempts to empirically measure institutional effectiveness have found it difficult to provide credible estimates because they do not produce convincing counterfacts.

This study empirically assesses the effectiveness of a leading example of an international environmental institution, the Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution Agreement (LRTAP). . . .

Environmental Agreement Effectiveness

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