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Auctioning versus grandfathering in cap-and-trade systems with market power and incomplete information

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André García, Francisco Javier y Álvarez González, Francisco (2015) Auctioning versus grandfathering in cap-and-trade systems with market power and incomplete information. Environmental and Resource Economics, 62 (4). pp. 873-906. ISSN 0924-6460

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We compare auctioning and grandfathering as allocation mechanisms of emission permits when there is a secondary market with market power and firms have private information on their own abatement technologies. Based on real-life cases such as the EU ETS, we consider a multi-unit, multi-bid uniform auction. At the auction, each firm anticipates its role in the secondary market, either as a leader or a follower. This role affects each firms’ valuation of the permits (which are not common across firms) as well as their bidding strategies and it precludes the auction from generating a cost-effective allocation of permits, as it occurs in simpler auction models. Auctioning tends to be more cost-effective than grandfathering when the firms’ abatement cost functions are sufficiently different from one another, especially if the follower has lower abatement costs than the leader and the dispersion of the marginal costs is large enough.


Tipo de documento:Artículo
Palabras clave:Cap-and-trade systems, Auctions, Grandfathering, Market power, Incomplete information.
Materias:Ciencias Sociales > Economía > Comercio
Ciencias Sociales > Economía > Microeconomía
JEL:D44, Q58, L13
Código ID:39498
Depositado:19 Oct 2016 11:56
Última Modificación:19 Dic 2016 13:13

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