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They won this year’s Nobel for economics. Here’s why their work matters

Yale professor William Nordhaus, who along with NYU professor Paul Romer has been awarded this years' Nobel prize for economics Image: REUTERS

Simon Brandon
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 How four carbon tax policies will affect future CO2 emissions, according to William Nordhaus' models
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