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Information Disclosure Under Different Modes of Regulation

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  • Fabio Antoniou

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    (Athens University of Economics and Business)

  • Phoebe Koundouri

    (Dept. of International and European Economic Studies, Athens University of Economics and Business)

  • Nikos Tsakiris

Abstract

In this study we assume that the governments are uncertain about the future product demand in a standard eco-dumping model. Allowing the governments to obtain information from firms, we examine governments.and .rms.incentives to share information. We show that, when the governments regulate the polluting .rms through emission standards, then, the governments and the .rms will reach an agreement concerning information sharing. The opposite holds, when the governments regulate pollution through emission taxes.

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Paper provided by Athens University of Economics and Business in its series DEOS Working Papers with number 1015.

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