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Different fundamental methodological spatial econometric issues are discussed not yet addressed by the existent empirical literature on FDI and third country effects that explains why it has failed to find results consistent with formal theory. This is demonstrated by taking the baseline spatial...
Along with the rapid economic development of China, carbon dioxide (CO
) emissions will inevitable rise in the future. This will happen even though the Chinese government has made a series of attempts to constrain the CO
-emissions, and is committed to reduce...
This paper tests the Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) hypothesis for four local (SO
, CO, VOC) and two global (CO
, GHG) air pollutants. Using a panel data set of thirty OECD countries, the paper finds that the postulated inverted...
Green growth is a relatively new concept aimed at focusing attention on achieving sustainable development through the efficient use of environmental assets without slowing economic growth. This paper presents a real-world application of the concept, and identifies viable policy options for...
This paper concerns income- and production taxation in a decentralized fiscal federalism model where the ability to commit differs among member countries. It is assumed that the federal government dictates environmental targets to be implemented at the national level, where the horizontal leader...
In this paper, we study whether related variety affects firms’ fixed investment behaviour, and whether this relationship is linked also to the operational and organizational proximity between banks and local economies. By estimating different specifications of a dynamic investment equation on an...
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