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The environment, international trade and competitiveness

The environment, international trade and competitiveness

The greening of world trade issues: 73-92

This paper examines the international income distribution implications of controlling the environmental effects of economic activities, a matter related to the traditional national terms of trade gains achievable when trade is restricted. In restricting adverse environmental effects, world welfare can be increased, but in doing so significant redistributions of income may occur according to which country introduces the policies to contain environmental damage.

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