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タイトル: Management for a Variety of Environmental Pollution and North-South Trade
著者: Michida, Etsuyo
道田, 悦代
キーワード: Pollution
A developing country
Developing countries
Developed countries
Environmental policy
International trade
Trade problem
Issue Date: Mar-2005
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 23. 2005.3
抄録: A simple static model incorporating a variety of environmental pollution is developed. An autarky model shows that a developing country regulates fewer types of pollution by income-induced environmental policy. As income grows, the types of regulated pollution increase and also introduced regulations become tougher.Then the model incorporates international trade between a developed country and a developing country. The model gives a new interpretation for the pollution haven hypothesis. Some types of pollution abated with inefficient technology are emitted more in a developing country but other types necessarily increase in a developed country in order to meet the trade balance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/183
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