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El cambio climático en el desarrollo económico: revisión de la hipótesis de Kuznets

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  • Tarazona Gómez Marcela

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La hipótesis de la curva ambiental de Kuznets (EKC) sugiere que la relación entre el desarrollo económico de un país y la contaminación ambiental tiene la forma de una curva U-invertida. Según esta hipótesis, los países con nivel de desarrollo económico bajos tienden a incrementar sus emisiones de contaminantes hasta alcanzar un punto de desarrollo en el cual la contaminación comienza a ser demandada por los individuos. De esta forma, cuando los países alcanzan niveles de desarrollo relativamente altos, los niveles de contaminación comienzan a decrecer.

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  • Tarazona Gómez Marcela, 1999. "El cambio climático en el desarrollo económico: revisión de la hipótesis de Kuznets," REVISTA DESARROLLO Y SOCIEDAD, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE, March.
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    Cambio climatico;

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    • Q00 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - General - - - General

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