Mistra Indigo: Instrument Design for the Global Climate Mitigation - a four-year long research program that focused on how climate policies can best be designed at an international level.
The program aimed to analyse economic incentives and policy instruments used in the international climate policy work. The research was divided into four deeply integrated work packages, which in different ways all highlight industry's role for the climate issue.
The focus was on how economic incentives and climate policy instruments should best be designed to pursue and to reinforce efforts done by industry and others.
Mistra Indigo worked closely with policy makers and the program organized a range of workshops, seminars and events where a targeted dialogue between researchers and policy makers at various levels was the primary goal.
The program was financed by Mistra and led by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute in collaboration with the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg, and Resources for the Future in Washington DC
Mistra Indigo - Instrument Design for Global Climate Mitigation