Re-examining the pollution-income relationship: a random coefficients approach
AbstractThis paper re-examines the pollution-income relationship using a random coefficients model to allow for greater cross-country heterogeneity. The existence of a common pollution-income relationship across countries is rejected and hence little support for the environmental Kuznets curve is found.
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Volume (Year): 14 (2005)
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