14 July 2009

There is an Interview With Thomas Schelling . . .

. . . here at The Atlantic. It is the first of two parts. I'll link to the second when it appears.

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Blogger Matt said...

Thanks for highlighting this. Some prof I had assigned some excerpts from Schelling's Micromotives book, so for some good summer beach reading I read the rest of it.

Two comments from the interview caught my attention. First is his comparison of climate change agreements/legislation with NATO in terms of concrete commitments and some ability to comprehend what is actually being agreed to. And second, Schelling makes an interesting and unique argument about why India/China should be exempted from agreements like Copenhagen and Kyoto.

15 July, 2009 09:24  
Blogger Jim Johnson said...

What a lucky & diligent student! Lucky to have such an insightful instructor and diligent for following up ... I hope you enjoyed the beach anyhow!

15 July, 2009 11:25  

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