Public Choice and the EPA, 20 Years Later: An Exploratory Study
Richard Cebula (),
Frank Mixon and
Kamal Upadhyaya ()
American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2014, vol. 73, issue 2, 341-352
Nearly 20 years ago, Mixon (1995) found that urban warming is positively related to the probability of an EPA citation for a violation of carbon emissions standards, whereas lobbying effort reduces the probability of such a citation. This study revisits the Mixon (1995) framework by using data on ozone violations. The results indicate that EPA citations for ozone violations are not significantly related to lobbying effort.
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