Mitigation vs. Adaptation: Analytic Models for Policy Assessment
We suggest analytic economic-environmental models that aim to investigate the multi-faced interplay between economic production, industrial pollution, and environmental protection. The considered static and dynamic optimization problems assess a country’s sustainable environmental policy that involves the optimal combination of adaptation and mitigation strategies. A qualitative analysis of obtained solutions leads to relevant conclusions about the ranges of economic-environmental parameters, in which the adaptation and mitigation are viable policy options.
Hritonenko, N., & Yatsenko, Y. (2016). Mitigation vs. Adaptation: Analytic Models for Policy Assessment. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/mathematics-facpubs/13