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Sustainable development and wordwide con-troversial issues regarding the auction of pollution right

Mariana Iovitu

Manager Journal, 2010, vol. 11, issue 1, 196-206

Abstract: The present study investigates one of the most up-to-date scientific and pragmatic problems faced by the evolution of the human society, by the European Union and by the future of this planet: pollution as externality of the economic growth.The inclusion of the sustainable development objectives in the framework of the ambitious goals of the Lisbon Strategy is launching once again several controversies concerning the analysis of the global auction process of pollution right. Linked to the context, the study considers the economic fact through and with the help of the results of scientific economic research by using the design theory (award of the Swedish Academy for Economy, 2007).We need to mention that the theoretical and practical nature of the study is based upon the recents conclusions of the Copenhagen Summit, underlining the normative-positive report that governs the economy.

Keywords: 1.Pollution – externality of economic growth; 2.Pollution right; 3.Unused pollution rights; 4.Design theory; 5.Tolerable carbon rate; 6.†Green†economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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