Comportamiento, decisiones y transición ecológica: aproximaciones experimentales con implicaciones para las políticas

Alberto Antonioni
Antonio Cabrales
Francesca Lipari
Anxo Sánchez


Publicado: dic 13, 2022

Un aspecto clave de la transición ecológica tiene que ver con el comportamiento individual y colectivo y su impacto en el cambio climático y la descarbonización. Describimos cómo pueden estudiarse estas cuestiones mediante diseños experimentales adecuados, centrándonos en dos ejemplos: la aplicación de la idea de los clubes climáticos de Nordhaus para hacer que los países contribuyan a la mitigación del cambio climático, y la interacción entre la percepción del riesgo de una catástrofe climática y las normas sociales que se derivan de, y que influyen en, el comportamiento individual. En las conclusiones discutimos cómo este tipo de experimentos pueden ser relevantes para la elaboración de políticas.


Palabras clave:
clubs climáticos, experimentos conductuales, normas sociales

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