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Strategic environmental policy and international trade
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Arhus School of Business, 1995.
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International Trade and Environmental Policy Under Imperfect Competition Cees Withagen In our treatment of international trade and environmental policy, we will always concentrate on the latter type of policies. of strategic environmental policy. Thereby a distinction is made between Cournot and. Trade and Environment: A Resource Book vi 7. Environmental Services – Mahesh Sugathan and Johannes Bernabe 87 Expert Opinion: Making trade liberalization work for the poor – Sitanon Jesdapipat 89 8. Environmental Technologies – Sandeep Singh 93 Expert Opinion: Encouraging trade in biofuels – Suani Teixeira Coelho 95 9.
Environmental Regulations, International Trade and Strategic Behavior Savas Alpay Department of Economics, Bilkent University, Bilkent, Ankara, Turkey Abstract In this paper, the issue of strategic behavior in the presence of environmental regulations and international trade is investigated. Arguments for strategic trade policy • strategic trade policies are those that promote exports or discourage imports in particular sectors • advanced countries use strategic trade polices in order to improve their economic performance: overall growth slowed after the early s in the advanced world • the proper use of strategic trade File Size: 12KB.
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Downloadable (with restrictions). In this paper I analyse the incentives for governments and producers to act strategically in imperfectly competitive markets when there is Bertrand competition.
Strategic behaviour by governments takes the form of distortions to their environmental policy from the first-best rule of equating marginal damage and marginal abatement costs.
Download Citation | Strategic Environmental Policy and International Trade | This chapter demonstrates that governments may have incentives to impose weak environmental standards on industries. Assuming a median-voter rule and a heterogeneous population, environmental standards could be either weak or strong, depending on whether the majority of the population preferred to tax or subsidize capital.
Barrett, Strategic environmental policy and international trade environmental standards in producer by: Ulph, A. (b). “Strategic Environmental Policy, International Trade and the Single European Market” in J. Braden, H. Folmer and T. Ulen (eds.), Environmental Policy with Economic and Political Integration: The European Community and the United States, Edward Elgar (forthcoming).
Google ScholarCited by: “Strategic Environmental Policy and International Trade”, Journal of Public Economics (forthcoming) Google Scholar Brander, J., Spencer, B. “Export Subsidies and International Market Share Rivalry”, Journal of International Economics, 18, pp.
83–Cited by: The Economics of International Trade and the Environment book. Edited By Amitrajeet A Batabyal, Hamid Beladi. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 7 February Pub.
location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Press. Strategic Environmental Policy and International by: Environmental Policy and Market Structure.
Editors: Carraro, Carlo, Katsoulacos, Y., Xepapadeas Strategic environmental policy and international trade — the role of market conduct. strategic innovation and strategic environmental policy — a general analysis.
Pages Strategic environmental policy and intrenational trade. This paper demonstrates that governments may have incentives to impose weak environmental standards on industries that compete for business in imperfectly competitive international markets, where ‘weak’ means that the marginal cost of abatement is less than the marginal damage from Cited by: International Trade and the Environment: A Framework for Analysis Brian R.
Copeland, M. Scott Taylor. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment This paper sets out a general equilibrium pollution and trade model to provide a framework for examination of the trade and environment debate.
Stähler, Frank, "Competitiveness and environmental policies in strategic environmental policy models," Kiel Working PapersKiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW).Karp, Larry S. & Sacheti, Sandeep, "Dynamics and Limited Cooperation In International Environmental Agreements," CUDARE Working PapersUniversity of California, Berkeley, Department of Agricultural and.
International trade policy is a policy related to trading across national boundaries. A government establishes an international trade policy that encompasses actions they will take to protect the.
Strategic trade theory (sometimes appearing in literature as "strategic trade policy") describes the policy certain countries adopt in order to affect the outcome of strategic interactions between firms in an international oligopoly, an industry dominated by a small number of firms.
The term ‘strategic’ in this context refers to the strategic interaction between firms; it does not refer to. There are plenty of lessons in the book for the environmental, trade, and development policy communities."--Jose M. Salazar-Xirinachs, Chief Trade Adviser, Organization of American States Environment and Development in Mexico | Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The Practice of Strategic Environmental Assessment aims to provide a unique analysis of SEAs which have been undertaken, drawing on a variety of methods and circumstances to illustrate how best practice can be achieved, and providing inspiration for those considering studying, commission or Cited by: Strategic Planning in Environmental Regulation introduces an approach to environmental regulatory planning founded on a creative, interactive relationship between business and authors argue that regulation―often too narrowly defined as direct, command-and-control standard setting and enforcement―should include the full range of activities intended to influence private Cited by: Strategic Environmental Policy and International Trade in Asymmetric Oligopoly Markets YANN DUVAL.
Washington State University, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Pullman, WAUSA. STEPHEN F. HAMILTON. University of Central Florida, Economics Department, Orlando, FLUSA.
Abstract. This paper examines optimal cooperative and non. International Trade in Waste Products in the Presence of Illegal Disposal, B.R. Copeland Environmental Policy When Market Structure and Plant Locations are Endogenous, J.R.
Markusen, E.R. Morey, and N.D. Olewiler On Ecological Dumping, M. Rauscher Strategic Environmental Policy and International Trade, S. Barrett. e Change Policy with Strategic International Trade and R&D.
Suppose countries are linked strategically only through the fact that climate change is a global pollutant. This book shows how the geographical distribution, availability, and degradation of the world's natural resources influence the international security perceptions that govern strategic policies and the use of military force.
Global deficiencies, coupled with uneven distribution of resources, can lead to unlikely, and therefore unstable, alliances, to national rivalries, and even to war. / Diderik Lund --Environmental policy and international trade when governments and producers act strategically / Alistair Ulph --Racing to introduce an environmentally friendly product / David Ulph --Trade, strategic innovation, and strategic environmental policy: a general analysis / Alistair Ulph and David Ulph --Strategic environmental.
Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) of policies, plans and programmes is a rapidly evolving field. New approaches and areas of application are emerging all the time - particularly in the fields of development cooperation and international trade.
Despite much recent progress, there is still much to do make SEA effective and more widely by: International Trade and Climate Change: Economic, Legal, and Institutional Perspectives Poverty and the Environment: Understanding Linkages at the Household Level Strategic Environmental Assessment for Policies: An Instrument for Good Governance Strategic Environmental Assessment in Policy and Sector Reform: Conceptual Model and Operational.The impact of environmental policy on international trade is a ‘hot’ issue of debate and dispute.
More stringent environmental policies increase production costs for pollution- University Press, Cambridge. [An important book that deals with many aspects of environmental policy] Bhagwati and Hudec, eds. (), Fair Trade and Harmonization.