Acting globally while thinking locally : is the global environment protected by transport emission control programs?
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- Gunnar S. Eskeland & Jian Xie, 1998. "Acting Globally while Thinking Locally: Is the Global Environment Protected by Transport Emission Control Programs?," Journal of Applied Economics, Universidad del CEMA, vol. 1, pages 385-411, November.
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KeywordsMontreal Protocol; Environmental Economics&Policies; Climate Change; Pollution Management&Control; Air Quality&Clean Air; Carbon Policy and Trading; Environmental Economics&Policies; Energy and Environment; Transport and Environment; Montreal Protocol;
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