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Pollution Control and the Dynamics of Firm : The Effects of Market Based Instruments on Optimal Firm Investments

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  • Kort, P.M., 1993. "Pollution Control and the Dynamics of Firm : The Effects of Market Based Instruments on Optimal Firm Investments," Discussion Paper 1993-76, Tilburg University, Center for Economic Research.
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