Environmental Control and International Trade: Competitive Effects
In this and the following chapter, we shall endeavour to trace through the impact of environmental management on international trade. We will be concerned with the more immediate impact of environmental policies on costs of production, product prices, international competiveness, the terms of trade, and the balance of trade. Chapter 4 will deal with the implications of pollution control for more fundamental and long-range questions of economic structure and international comparative advantage.
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