Natural cycles and pollution
Stefano Bosi and
David Desmarchelier ()
Mathematical Social Sciences, 2018, vol. 96, issue C, 10-20
In this paper, we study a competitive economy where a pollution externality, coming from production, impairs the renewable resource affecting the consumption demand in turn. A proportional tax, levied on the production level, is introduced to finance public depollution expenditures.
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Working Paper: Natural cycles and pollution (2018)
Working Paper: Natural cycles and pollution (2017)
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