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David Ulph

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August 1999The Effects of Environmental Policy on the Performance of Environmental RIVs
with Yannis Katsoulacos, Alistair Ulph: w7301
Much of the potential impact of environmental policy is though to come from the incentives it gives firms to develop and introduce new environmental products and processes. Almost all the literature on this issue has focused on the impact of environmental policy on the amount environmental R&D that firms undertake, assuming that such R&D is undertaken independently or non-cooperatively. It is now widely recognized that there are considerable potential benefits from having firms undertake R&D cooperatively through research joint ventures (RJVs). In this paper we analyze the impact of environmental policy on the performance of environmental RJVs and underage an explicit welfare comparison of this performance against the counterfactual of a non-cooperative equilibrium. The framework we ad...
January 1994Strategic Manpower Policy and International Trade
with L. Alan Winters
in Empirical Studies of Strategic Trade Policy, Paul Krugman and Alasdair Smith, editors
 
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