Poverty, the Environment and Climate Change

  • Carlos M. Peláez
  • Carlos A. Peláez


One of the most hotly debated issues on globalization is the actual path of world poverty and inequality and its relation to openness. The analysis of public goods of Chapter 5 is extended in a specific section to regional, international and global public goods.


Public Good Poverty Line Trade Liberalization Carbon Price Global Public Good 
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  • Carlos A. Peláez

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