The third blog post of five, Emerging Evidence on the CAFE Credit Trading Program, has just posted in a series hosted by Resources for the Future (RFF) that explores key considerations about the upcoming fuel economy rules for cars sold in the United States.
The authors are RFF Fellow Benjamin Leard and Senior Fellow Virginia McConnell.
- Read the introduction to the new blog series, Evidence for the New CAFE Standards.
- Read the second blog post: How Do Gas Prices Affect New Vehicle Sales?
- Read the full discussion paper upon which the second blog entry is based: Fuel Prices, New Vehicle Fuel Economy, and Implications for Attribute-Based Standards.
- Read the third blog post: Emerging Evidence on the CAFE Credit Trading Program.
(FYI: Read a related paper on credit trading posted last May by Leard and McConnell:
New Markets for Pollution and Energy Efficiency: Credit Trading under Automobile Greenhouse Gas and Fuel Economy Standards)