environmental protection, international spillovers and trade ; wicksell lectures 1971

By: Language: English Series: wicksell lectures | the wicksell lecture society (ed.) ; the social science institute, stockholm university (ed.) | a series on economics in honour of knut wicksellPublication details: stockholm : almqvist and wiksell 1971Edition: 1. edDescription: 59 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: introduction; outline of the discussion; externalities as the source of environmental problems; examples of international externalities; empirical notes: has pollution reached dangerous levels?; rates of increase in pollution levels; international diffusion of pollutants; evaluative comments; attempts to protect the environment via international law; the interests of underdeveloped areas: ddt and the green revolution; population problems as externalities; domestic externalities and short-run governmental trade objectives; longer-run effects on patterns of specialization; externalities and impediments to trade; international agreements and externalities; some policies for the regulation of international externalities; concluding comments;
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from the table of contents: introduction; outline of the discussion; externalities as the source of environmental problems; examples of international externalities; empirical notes: has pollution reached dangerous levels?; rates of increase in pollution levels; international diffusion of pollutants; evaluative comments; attempts to protect the environment via international law; the interests of underdeveloped areas: ddt and the green revolution; population problems as externalities; domestic externalities and short-run governmental trade objectives; longer-run effects on patterns of specialization; externalities and impediments to trade; international agreements and externalities; some policies for the regulation of international externalities; concluding comments;

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