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Optimal growth when environmental quality is a research asset

  • Groth, Christian
  • Ricci, Francesco

If environmental quality positively affects the productivity of labor in R&D and pollution is caused by the use of a non-renewable resource, it is socially optimal to postpone extraction and to intertemporally adjust R&D effort.

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