Air Pollution Costs in Ukraine

@article{Strukova2006AirPC,
  title={Air Pollution Costs in Ukraine},
  author={Elena Strukova and Alexander Golub and Anil Markandya},
  journal={European Economics: Agriculture},
  year={2006}
}
The paper presents estimation of the health losses from urban air pollution in Ukraine. The methodology developed by US EPA and adjusted in Russia for Eastern European transition countries was applied for health risk assessment. PM2.5 was identified as the major source of human health risk, based on experience from the Russian studies. In the absence of reliable computed concentrations of PM2.5, the study was based on monitoring data of total suspended particle (TSP) emissions in Ukraine… 

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