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Tradable Permits Under Environmental and Cost-reducing R&D

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  • Jianqiao LIU
  • Gamal ATALLAH

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  • Jianqiao LIU & Gamal ATALLAH, "undated". "Tradable Permits Under Environmental and Cost-reducing R&D," EcoMod2009 21500059, EcoMod.
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