Transferable Discharge Permits and the Control of Stationary Source Air Pollution: A Survey and Synthesis
AbstractThe appeal of using markets as a means of allocating scarce resources stems in large part from the assumption that a market will approximate the competitive ideal. When competition is not a foregone conclusion, the question naturally arises as to how a ...
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