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Trade liberalization, environmental policy, and welfare

AuthorsBurguet, Roberto ; Sempere, Jaume
Issue Date2003
CitationJournal of Environmental Economics and Management 46(1): 25-37 (2003)
AbstractWe analyze how trade liberalization affects environmental policies in the context of bilateral trade and imperfect competition. Instead of looking at the strategic distortions that trade introduces in environmental policies - the focus of most existing studies - we analyze how these distortions change in the face of a bilateral reduction in tariffs. The incentives to distort environmental protection may be reduced by this move. As a consequence, environmental policies may be more stringent. Also, welfare is likely (and for some instruments certain) to increase. © 2003 Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/S0095-0696(02)00032-3
issn: 0095-0696
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