Dear colleagues,

the open access journal Politics and Governance released the special issue on "Climate Governance and the Paris Agreement", guest-edited by Jon Hovi and Tora Skodvin (University of Oslo, Norway)

Contributions include

Editorial to the Issue on Climate Governance and the Paris Agreement
Jon Hovi and Tora Skodvin

Conference Diplomacy: The Making of the Paris Agreement
Aslak Brun

The Paris Agreement: Destined to Succeed or Doomed to Fail?
Oran R. Young

What the Framework Convention on Climate Change Teaches Us About Cooperation on Climate Change
David G. Victor

Paris: Beyond the Climate Dead End through Pledge and Review?
Robert O. Keohane and Michael Oppenheimer

Unilateral or Reciprocal Climate Policy? Experimental Evidence from China
Thomas Bernauer , Liang Dong , Liam F. McGrath , Irina Shaymerdenova and Haibin Zhang

Predicting Paris: Multi-Method Approaches to Forecast the Outcomes of Global Climate Negotiations Detlef F. Sprinz , Bruce Bueno de Mesquita , Steffen Kallbekken , Frans Stokman , Håkon Sælen and Robert Thomson

The Paris Agreement: Consequences for the EU and Carbon Markets?
Steinar Andresen , Jon Birger Skjærseth , Torbjørg Jevnaker and Jørgen Wettestad

From Paris to the End of Oil
Dag Harald Claes and Helge Hveem
Article | Politics and Governance | Doi: 10.17645/pag.v4i3.651 | Publication date: 2016/09/08

The Paris Agreement: Short-Term and Long-Term Effectiveness
Guri Bang , Jon Hovi and Tora Skodvin

The Paris Climate Agreement and the Three Largest Emitters: China, the United States, and the European Union
Miranda A. Schreurs

Enjoy the readings,
DSP.Professional Signature

Detlef F. Sprinz, Ph.D.
Professor— Potsdam Institute (PIK) & University of Potsdam

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