1. Introduction. 2. The Structure of International Environmental Agreements; C. Carraro. 3. Negotiating Greenhouse Abatement and the Theory of Public Goods; M. Hinchy, B.S. Fisher. 4. CO2 Concentration Limits, The Costs and Benefits of Control, and the Potential for International Agreement; S.C. Peck, T.J. Teisberg. 5. Necessary Conditions for Stabilization Agreements; Z.Yang, H.D. Jacoby. 6. Burden Sharing, Joint Implementation, and Carbon Coalitions; G.W. Harrison, T.F. Rutherford. 7. On Stabilizing CO2 Concentrations - Cost-Effective Emission Reduction Strategies; A. Manne, R. Richels. 8. Exploring a Technology Strategy for Stabilizing Atmospheric CO2; J. Edmonds, M. Wise. 9. Economic Impacts of Multilateral Emission Reduction Policies - Simulations with WorldScan; J.C. Bollen, A.M. Gielen. 10. The Optimal Timing of Greenhouse Gas Emission Abatement, Individual Rationality and Intergenerational Equity; R. Tol. 11. Implications of Emissions Limitations Protocols and Concentration Stabilization Trajectories for Developing (Non-annex I) Countries; P.R. Shukla. 12. Additionality, Transactional Barriers and the Political Economy of Climate Change; T.C. Heller. Index.