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Policy Sciences

, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp 181–182 | Cite as

Export processing zones and corporate environmental performance in emerging economies: The case of the oil, gas, and chemical sectors of Trinidad and Tobago

  • Kalim U. Shah
  • Jorge E. Rivera
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Erratum to: Policy Sci DOI 10.1007/s11077-007-9045-8

In the process of compressing this table for publication, coefficient values in Models 1 and 2 were shifted and hence do not correspond to the ones discussed by authors in the text of the article.
Table 4

Corporate environmental performance and firm characteristics, OLS regression models

 

Model 1 (Reference group: Firms outside EPZs)

Model 2 (Reference group: Firms inside private EPZs)

Constant

26.156*** (6.37)

29.762*** (6.64)

Location inside EPZs

3.518^ (1.76)

 

Location outside EPZs

 

1.024 (0.43)

State EPZ

 

9.224*** (3.25)

Log Size

3.938*** (3.64)

3.212** (3.01)

Industry sector

0.069 (0.03)

0.314 (0.15)

Association membership

5.210* (2.25)

3.763^ (1.66)

Foreign market dependence

0.129*** (3.79)

0.092** (2.67)

Foreign joint venture

0.067 (1.74)

0.082* (2.19)

State joint venture

0.001 (0.03)

−0.002 (−0.04)

Urban Community

2.023 (0.95)

1.510 (0.74)

N

131

131

F-value

9.380***

10.170***

R 2

0.381

0.431

Adj.-R 2

0.340

0.388

t-values in parentheses

*** p < 0.001; ** p < 0.01; * p < 0.05; ^ p < 0.1

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Environmental Science and PolicyGeorge Mason UniversityFairfaxUSA
  2. 2.Department of Strategic Management and Public PolicyThe George Washington UniversityNW WashingtonUSA

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