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Optimal abatement policies within a stochastic dynamic model of the firm

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  • Kort, P.M.

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  • Kort, P.M., 1991. "Optimal abatement policies within a stochastic dynamic model of the firm," Other publications TiSEM 5ed8ab2a-bd13-49de-b58e-9, Tilburg University, School of Economics and Management.
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