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Not every article in a journal is considered primary research and therefore "citable", this chart shows the ratio of a journal's articles including substantial research research articles, conference papers and reviews in three year windows vs. Tevie et al. Ben Kheder and Zugravu Some evidence for PHH: manufacturing French firms locate preferably in countries with less stringent environmental policy, provided that regulation is not more lenient than an accepted level ensuring wealthy business environment.
Kim and Adilov Lan et al. Manderson and Kneller No evidence for PHH, rather other factors such as the availability of scientists and engineers as well as infrastructure differently influences the investment decisions of high vs. Kleemann and Abdulai Modest support for the PHH: trade is beneficial to sustainable development for rich countries but harmful to poor ones.
Lin and Liscow EKC exists for seven out of eleven water pollutants. Political institutions have a significant effect on environmental degradation for five out of eleven water pollutants. Spilker Du et al. Aklin Li et al. Trade has a significantly detrimental effect on air quality in developed and less-developed countries.
You et al. Trade openness. Democracy is positively associated with emissions for the least emissions individuals or countries , while the relationship is negative for the most emissions countries. Prakash and Potoski Dasgupta et al. Aklin adoption firm survey data and use of plant personnel for environmental inspection. Stafford While other factors, such as energy costs, are more important, environmental policy can explain parts of location decisions. States that spend more resources to enforce environmental regulations see fewer waste management firms.
Christmann and Taylor Support for race to the top: Exports to developed countries increase self-regulation of environmental performance. Prakash and Potoski b.
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Andonova et al. De jure domestic regulatory stringency: number of treaties to which a country is a member of de facto environmental regulations: SO 2 and BOD; Conditional effects for veto players. Bernauer et al.
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Spilker and Koubi Bechtel et al. Jorgenson and Givens Economic globalization as measured by exports as percent of total GDP lessens the likelihood of environmental concern, whereas percent exports to high-income countries increases the likelihood of individuals expressing concern for the environment. Bernauer and Nguyen Despite low-income levels individuals in all three countries care about environmental implications of trade.
Hao Economic globalization as measured by exports as percent of GDP has a negative effect on environmental concern but other measures of globalization have a more mixed impact. Spilker et al. Individual-level preferences with regard to partner countries in and with regard to content of preferential trade agreements. Environmental standards in partner countries or environmental standards in trade agreements respectively. Individuals in all three countries prefer trade partners with higher environmental standards as well as trade agreements that include strong environmental standards.
If not otherwise specified trade openness is measured as the sum of imports and exports divided by GDP. Further research could focus on several issues. First, the existing literature is somewhat stronger with respect to the economic mechanisms connecting economic openness and environmental protection than with respect to political mechanisms. In particular, it would be worthwhile to explore in greater detail the implications of international organizations, formal and informal international political networks, as well as international policy diffusion for domestic-level environmental protection and environmental quality.
Second, much more research at the firm and plant level is needed, notably in view of the fact that the proportion of international trade that is intrafirm trade has increased very strongly.
Such research should be systematically linked to a consumption-based approach to measuring and explaining environmentally damaging human activity. Finally, on the presumption that public opinion is an important driver of policy, there is a need for more research on how citizens relate various facets of globalization with environmental quality, and what conclusions they draw from this with respect to their preferences for particular economic and environmental policies.
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Is free trade good for the environment? The American Economic Review , 91 4 , — Araya, M. Environmental benefits of foreign direct investment: A literature review. Paris: OECD.
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American Journal of Political Science , 49 4 , — Barbier, E. Links between economic liberalization and rural resource degradation in developing regions. Agricultural Economics , 23 , — The economics of tropical deforestation. Journal of Economic Survey , 15 3 , — Barrett, S. Trade and environment: Local versus multilateral reforms. Environment and Development Economics , 5 , — Freedom, growth, and the environment. Environment and Development Economics , 5 4 , — National institutions and global public goods: Are democracies more cooperative in climate change policy?
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Ecological Economics , 77 C , 48— Bernauer, T. Genes, trade, and regulation: The seeds of conflict in food biotechnology. In whose interest? Pressure group politics, economic competition and environmental regulation.
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