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The Economics of Pollution Havens

Series: New Horizons in Environmental Economics

Edited By: Don Fullerton

Edward Elgar

Hardback | Jan 2006 | #164188 | ISBN: 1845425359
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A pollution haven may arise if environmental stringency differs between countries, when capital is mobile, and when trade rules allow firms to relocate and still sell their products to the same customers. This cohesive volume analyzes how country characteristics determine environmental rules, how those rules affect production costs, trade, and investment flows, how those flows affect pollution, prices, and incomes, and finally how all of these last considerations feed back into environmental rules.

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