Erratum to: The uncertainty about the social cost of carbon: A decomposition analysis using fund

Anthoff, David; Tol, Richard S. J.
November 2013
Climatic Change;Nov2013, Vol. 121 Issue 2, p413
Academic Journal
Correction notice
An erratum to the article "The uncertainty about the social cost of carbon: A decomposition analysis using fund" that was published in October 10, 2013 issue is presented.


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