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October 2004Trade, Tragedy, and the Commons
with M. Scott Taylor: w10836

Published: Copeland, Brian R. and M. Scott Taylor. "Trade, Tragedy, and the Commons." American Economic Review 99, 3 (June 2009): 725-49. citation courtesy of

July 2003Trade, Growth and the Environment
with M. Scott Taylor: w9823

Published: Brian R. Copeland & M. Scott Taylor, 2004. "Trade, Growth, and the Environment," Journal of Economic Literature, American Economic Association, vol. 42(1), pages 7-71, March. citation courtesy of

October 2001International Trade and the Environment: A Framework for Analysis
with M. Scott Taylor: w8540
April 2000Free Trade and Global Warming: A Trade Theory View of the Kyoto Protocol
with M. Scott Taylor: w7657

Published: Copeland, Brian R. and M. Scott Taylor. "Free Trade And Global Warming: A Trade Theory View Of The Kyoto Protocol," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2005, v49(2,Mar), 205-234. citation courtesy of

August 1998Is Free Trade Good for the Environment?
with Werner Antweiler, M. Scott Taylor: w6707

Published: Antweiler, Werner, Brian R. Copeland and M. Scott Taylor. "Is Free Trade Good For The Environment?," American Economic Review, 2001, v91(4,Sep), 877-908. citation courtesy of

January 1997A Simple Model of Trade, Capital Mobility, and the Environment
with M. Scott Taylor: w5898

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August 1995Trade, Spatial Separation, and the Environment
with M. Scott Taylor: w5242

Published: Journal of International Economics, Vol. 47 (February 1999): 137-168. citation courtesy of

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