Globalisation and national incentives for protecting environmental goods

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Alkuin Kölliker;
  • Publisher: Bonn: Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  • Subject: Umweltpolitik | Internationale Umweltpolitik | Öffentliche Güter | Umweltschutz | Globalisierung | Komparativer Vorteil | Internationaler Wettbewerb
    • ddc: ddc:330

This article tries to explain national incentives for protecting environmental goods either autonomously or collectively; it explores how globalisation has affected those incentives; and it suggests how national environmental policy might respond so as to ensure its eff... View more
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