Spatial-Temporal Variations of Embodied Carbon Emission in Global Trade Flows: 41 Economies and 35 Sectors

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Jing Tian; Hua Liao; Ce Wang;
  • Subject: Embodied carbon flow, International trade, Spatial-temporal variations, Input-output analysis
    • jel: jel:Q54 | jel:Q40

The spatial-temporal variations of embodied carbon emissions in international trade at global scope are still unclear. This paper studies the variations of outflows and inflows of embodied carbon emissions at 35-disaggregated sectors level of 41 countries and regions, a... View more
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