Analysis : An Environmental Computable General-Equilibrium Approach for Developing Countries

@inproceedings{Xie2000AnalysisA,
  title={Analysis : An Environmental Computable General-Equilibrium Approach for Developing Countries},
  author={Jian Xie and Sidney Saltzman},
  year={2000}
}
Environmental pollution is now a serious problem in many developing countries. One approach to combat the problem is to implement various pollution control policies. However, due to a lack of adequate quantitative models, the economic impacts and effectiveness of many pollution control policies are still unknown. This article uses the computable general-equilibrium (CGE) approach to develop an integrated economic and environmental model for environmental policy analysis for developing countries… CONTINUE READING

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