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The effects of domestic environmental policies on patterns of world trade: an empirical test

, : The effects of domestic environmental policies on patterns of world trade: an empirical test. Kyklos 43(2): 191-209

The premise that trade suffers from the imposition of environmental policy has a strong element of a priori plausibility, but, surprisingly, has little empirical support.

Accession: 002249074

DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-6435.1990.tb00207.x

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