Trade, Innovation, Environment

The research projects at Fondazione Mattei have for some time now been dealing with the international dimension of environmental policy. Indeed, most environ­ mental phenomena have international implications, which stem from a number of factors: physical ones, such as the transnational or global con...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Carraro, Carlo (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1994, 1994
Edition:1st ed. 1994
Series:Economics, Energy and Environment
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Models of Trade and the Environment
  • 1.1 Property Rights and the Dynamics of Renewable Resources in North-South Trade
  • 1.2 Trade, Tropical Deforestation and Policy Interventions
  • 1.3 Greens, Supergreens, and International Trade Policy: Environmental Concerns and Protectionism
  • 1.4 Foreign Trade and Renewable Resources
  • 1.5 Environmental Policy, Plant Location and Government Protection
  • 2. Models of Innovation and Growth
  • 2.1 Should Environmental Innovation Policy Be Internationally Coordinated?
  • 2.2 Strategic Innovation and Strategic Environmental Policy
  • 2.3 Investment in Clean Technology and Transboundary Pollution Control
  • 2.4 Endogenous Growth, Environment, and R & D
  • 2.5 Sustainable Growth and Renewable Resources in the Global Economy
  • 3. Policy issues
  • 3.1 Laissez Faire or Nationalization and Collective Control of the Global Commons
  • 3.2 Formation of International Environmental Agreements
  • 3.3 The Design of a Carbon Tax in an Incomplete International Climate Agreement
  • 3.4 Air Pollution and Energy Policies: The Role of Environmental Damage Estimation
  • 3.5 Economic Issues and Negotiation on Global Environment. Some Lessons from the Recent Experience on Greenhouse Effect