Costing an international public good : the case of the Baltic Sea

@inproceedings{Markowska1999CostingAI,
  title={Costing an international public good : the case of the Baltic Sea},
  author={Agnieszka Markowska},
  year={1999}
}
The paper discusses an economically efficient and internationally equitable provision of a specific public good. The good in question, the Baltic Sea, satisfies a number of needs, but economic values implied may be different in various countries polluting and using the Sea. The level of eutrophication has been identified as a key characteristic of the Baltic Sea relevant for its value. The Chander–Tulkens model of cost-sharing is used to determine a hypothetical allocation of abatement costs… CONTINUE READING