LCE  Vol.8 No.4 , December 2017
Literature Review of the Study of Carbon Emission Rights
Abstract: The importance of green development, namely environment-friendly development is recognized world wild today. As integral parts of green development, carbon finance and carbon trading are expected to have huge market potential, which justifies the academic significance of a literature study in this area. The study of trading of the carbon emission rights mainly focuses on the following three aspects: the classification of carbon emission rights, the influencing factors of carbon emission rights and the price features of carbon emission rights.
Cite this paper: Peng, H. , Jiang, R. and Zhou, C. (2017) Literature Review of the Study of Carbon Emission Rights. Low Carbon Economy, 8, 133-138. doi: 10.4236/lce.2017.84011.

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