External sources of clean technology: evidence from the clean development mechanism

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Bayer, Patrick; Urpelainen, Johannes;
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New technology is fundamental to sustainable development. However, inventors from industrialized countries often refuse technology transfer because they worry about reverse-engineering. When can clean technology transfer succeed? We develop a formal model of the politic... View more
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