Journal article

Modelling the impact of environmental regulations on bilateral trade flows: OECD, 1990-1996

MN Harris, L Kónya, L Mátyás

The World Economy | Wiley | Published : 2002


Since the early seventies policy makers and academics alike have been paying increasing attention to the interaction between environmental regulation and foreign trade. The theories and methodologies applicable to this diverse and complex relationship are surveyed among others by Anderson and Blackhurst (1992), Dean (1992), Van Beers and Van den Bergh (1996) and Xing and Kolstad (1996). The specific issues investigated are numerous, ranging from the environmental determinants of trade, through the impact of trade on the environment and the effects of environmental policy on trade, to the substitution or complementarity of trade and environmental policy measures. The focus of this paper is on..

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