Renewable Resources, Environmental Pollution, and International Migration

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  • Publisher: Louvain-la-Neuve: European Regional Science Association (ERSA)
  • Subject: F22 | Q20
    • jel: jel:F22 | jel:Q20
      ddc: ddc:330

We develop a two-country model with two industries: the smokestack manufacturing industry, which generates pollution, and the transboundary renewable resource industry. With no trade, migration occurs from the foreign country, with lower manufacturing productivity, to t... View more
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