Effects of trade on emissions in an enlarged European Union: some comparative dynamics analyses with an empirically based endogenous growth model

Balta-Ozkan, N., Donaghy, K.P. and Wymer, C.R. 2007. Effects of trade on emissions in an enlarged European Union: some comparative dynamics analyses with an empirically based endogenous growth model. in: Cooper, R., Donaghy, K.P. and Hewings, G.J.D. (ed.) Globalization and regional economic modeling Berlin Springer. pp. 353-392

Chapter titleEffects of trade on emissions in an enlarged European Union: some comparative dynamics analyses with an empirically based endogenous growth model
AuthorsBalta-Ozkan, N., Donaghy, K.P. and Wymer, C.R.
EditorsCooper, R., Donaghy, K.P. and Hewings, G.J.D.
Book titleGlobalization and regional economic modeling
Page range353-392
Year2007
PublisherSpringer
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationBerlin
SeriesAdvances in spatial science
ISBN9783540724438

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