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Does trade liberalization increase global pollution?
Hamid Beladi ()
Reza Oladi , 2011, vol. 33, issue 1, pages 172-178
Resource and Energy Economics Abstract:
In this paper we consider a simple duopoly market in which a home firm and a foreign firm use labor to produce an identical product and supply it to the home market. Firms emit pollution as a by-product of production. We show conditions under which international trade liberalization decreases (increases) the global pollution.
Keywords: Trade; liberalization; Global; pollution (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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