EEP101_lecture17akuznetc

EEP101_lecture17akuznetc - and Chevys They may end up in...

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EEP 101/econ 125 Environmental Kuznets Curve David Zilberman Katti Millock
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6) Learning and innovation If Only part of applied input is utilized Pollution is residue Where K is a model indicator Richer countries can afford better models They will choose them because • They are concern about pollution=pollution policies • They prefer smaller product (computers) Very poor countries no modern technology -little pollution Poorer countries or region may buy the cheaper models Y K = ! K X K Z K = (1 ! " K ) X K K
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Technology and trade What happened to old less fuel efficient Mercedes
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Unformatted text preview: and Chevys? They may end up in developing countries • What happened to pesticides banned in the north? Some end in the south • What about coal qualities and regulations? Lower in the developing world? • All contribute to EKC From Industrial To Service Economy EKG reflects technology choices Factors contributing to reduce Sox emission in Japan Toshihiko MASUI * National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba Better understanding of the relations between technological change and the environment will lead netter understanding of the EKG and its meaning...
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