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International Competitiveness and Environmental Policy (Edward Elgar), 1998

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Publisher's blurb: Government policies to reduce environmental pollution and global warming are often criticized as damaging to the economy, particularly by reducing international competitiveness. This book addresses the issue by examining many of the policies concerned, and their effects on competitiveness. It demonstrates that well-designed, market-oriented environmental policies may be expected to improve both domestic and international competitiveness.

Author:

Barker Terry, and Jonathan Kohler (eds)

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Book

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Library/Publisher

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Special topics

Topic:

General policy analysis
Impacts/Equity Assessment

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