The Green Industry: An Examination of Environmental Products Manufacturing

@inproceedings{Becker2008TheGI,
  title={The Green Industry: An Examination of Environmental Products Manufacturing},
  author={Randy A. Becker and Ronald J. Shadbegian},
  year={2008}
}
The "green industry" is often noted in discussions of the costs and benefits of environmental policy, and it has been characterized as a unique industry with substantial potential for employment growth, well-paying jobs, and export opportunities. In this paper, we examine the characteristics and recent economic performance of the green industry, using establishment-level data on environmental products manufacturers (EPMs) from the 1995 Survey of Environmental Products and Services, together… CONTINUE READING

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