ZEW Economic Studies
Empirical Modeling of the Economy and the Environment
Böhringer, Christoph and Andreas Löschel (Hrsg.) (2003), Empirical Modeling of the Economy and the Environment, ZEW Economic Studies, Bd. 20, Heidelberg/New York.
The papers presented in this volume address a wide range of policy themes in the context of environmental regulation. Investigated issues include the interaction between environmental regulation and economic growth, international competitiveness, structural change, pollution leakage, technological innovation, tax systems, as well as implications for intergenerational and intragenerational burden sharing. The contributors mostly employ econometric approaches or computable general equilibrium analysis. Professionals and academics working in the field of environmental policy analysis will consider this book as a valuable source of information.
Keywords: Empirical Modelling, Environmental Economics, Environmental Regulation
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