Environmental Regulation and Green Skills: An Empirical Exploration

@article{Vona2018EnvironmentalRA,
  title={Environmental Regulation and Green Skills: An Empirical Exploration},
  author={F. Vona and Giovanni Marin and D. Consoli and D. Popp},
  journal={Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={713 - 753}
}
This paper provides new evidence on the workplace skills most relevant in the transition toward environmentally sustainable economies. Using a novel data-driven methodology, we identify two main sets of green skills, namely, engineering skills for the design and production of technology, and managerial skills for implementing and monitoring environmental organizational practices. Exploiting exogenous geographical variation in regulatory stringency, we also evaluate the effect of environmental… Expand
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