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Environmental Governance and Environmental Performance

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  • Chun-Ping Chang

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  • Minyi Dong
  • Jiliang Liu

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Along with the continuous development of the global economy, environmental deterioration has been widely recognized as a pressing issue nowadays, bringing environmental governance to the forefront of human survival. Asia, the largest continent in world in terms of both landmass size and population, has long been facing the exhaustive challenge of environmental pollution. It empirically proves that the level of environmental governance, proxied by government expenditure on environmental protection as a share of gross domestic product (GDP), exerts significant impacts on environmental conditions among Asian countries.

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  • Chun-Ping Chang & Minyi Dong & Jiliang Liu, 2019. "Environmental Governance and Environmental Performance," Working Papers id:13023, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:13023
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