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Industrial Structure, Growth and Residual Flows

  • Finn R. Førsund
  • Steinar Strøm
Part of the International Economic Association Series book series (IEA)

Abstract

The background for economic analyses of environmental pollution is excellently presented in several recent contributions (see, e.g., Kneese et al., 1970; Russell and Spofford, 1972). It suffices here, then, to give but a brief introduction to the concepts used in the study.

Keywords

Industrial Structure Sulphur Oxide Investment Good Discharge Coefficient Residual Flow 
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  • Finn R. Førsund
  • Steinar Strøm

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