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Declining Discount Rates: Evidence from the UK

By Ekaterini Panopoulou, B. Groom, P. Koundouri and Theologos Pantelidis

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We estimate schedules of declining discount rates for cost benefit analysis in the UK. We highlight the importance of model selection for this task and hence for the evaluation of long-term investments, namely climate change prevention and nuclear build.long-run discounting, state-space models,regime-switching models, climate change policy,nuclear build

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