Can Environmental Regulations Drive Firms Innovation? Evidence from Two Policies in China

  • Zhuge Liqun
  • Published 2017

Abstract

The Porter hypothesis — vigorously debated by economists, strategists, environmentalists, and policymakers alike over the past 25 years posits that well-designed environmental regulation can induce efficiency and innovation in competitive industries. In this paper we examine how two regionally implemented environmental initiatives in China have impacted the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Liqun2017CanER, title={Can Environmental Regulations Drive Firms Innovation? Evidence from Two Policies in China}, author={Zhuge Liqun}, year={2017} }