Piecemeal Reform of Trade and Environmental Policy When Consumption Also Pollutes
The design of trade and environmental policy pays increasing attention to consumption-induced pollution linked to trade liberalization. The authors of this paper incorporate endogenous consumption pollution into a dual trade model to assess the welfare elects of coordinated trade and environmental piece-meal reform in a small, open and distorted economy They identify sufficient conditions for welfare-improving reforms of trade and environmental policies. They also discuss briefly the implications of using tradable permits instead of taxes.
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"Piecemeal Reform of Trade and Environmental Policy When Consumption Also Pollutes,"
Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) Publications
99-wp209, Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) at Iowa State University.
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