Transfers as a Means to Combat European Spillovers
In 2004, there was a further enlargement of the European Union. Among the new member countries are eight Central and Eastern European countries. Especially the accession countries located directly at the border to the EU generate significant environmental spillovers harming the Union. These spillovers are mitigated but not deleted by the enlargement regulations.
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Volume (Year): 225 (2005)
Issue (Month): 6 (December)
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