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What is Driving the Pollution Abatement Expenditure Behavior of Manufacturing Plants in Korea?

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  • Aden, Jean
  • Kyu-hong, Ahn
  • Rock, Michael T.

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  • Aden, Jean & Kyu-hong, Ahn & Rock, Michael T., 1999. "What is Driving the Pollution Abatement Expenditure Behavior of Manufacturing Plants in Korea?," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 27(7), pages 1203-1214, July.
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