2 edition of Dynamic pollution regulation with endogenous technological change found in the catalog.
Dynamic pollution regulation with endogenous technological change
Michael D. Jaspin
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael D. Jaspin.|
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|Pagination||97 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||97|
AbstractClimate change and other environmental challenges require the development of new energy technologies with lower emissions. In the near term, R&D investments, either by the government or the private sector, can reduce the costs of these lower-emitting technologies. However, the returns to R&D are uncertain, and there are many potential technologies that may emerge to play an important. Control defines environmental pollution as any activity, by corporations or individuals, which compromises the health and/or environment of other persons in a localized area, where the causal link is clearly established. There are seven categories of environmental pollution. (see Table ) Change Over Time in Environmental Pollution.
With green development becoming a global movement, environmental tax has been adopted by many governments to promote green development. This study analyzes the impact of environmental tax on green development by using a four-dimension dynamical system. The establishment of the system is based on the complex and dynamic interactions among economic development, pollution . Progress Report: Environmental Policy and Endogenous Technical Change: A Theoretical & Empirical Analysis EPA Grant Number: R Title: Environmental Policy and Endogenous Technical Change: A Theoretical & Empirical Analysis Investigators: Opaluch, James J., Grigalunas, Thomas A., Jin, Di Institution: University of Rhode Island, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
ENDOGENOUS GROWTH MODEL. Main features of endogeneous models are the internal origination of technological change, increasing returns to human and physical capitals. They are mainly a consequence of external effects such as learning-by-doing and monopolistic competition of new designs. Technology standards, pollution permits, charges. The issues of water pollution as well as air pollution have also been addressed with technological progress over a broad area of East Asia since the s, when ASEAN countries formulated comprehensive environmental protection laws (the Philippines in , Malaysia in , Thailand in , and Indonesia in ).
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19–44, Endogenous technological change Cited by: First version: Ma ; Current version: J - Version In this paper, we develop an endogenous growth model that integrates skill driven technological change, human capital.
Advanced economies have experienced a tremendous increase in material well- being since the industrial revolution. Modern innovations such as personal computers, laser surgery, jet airplanes, and satellite communication have made us rich and transformed the way we live and work.
But technological change has also brought with it a variety of social problems.5/5(3). Downloadable. This paper presents an analytical and numerical comparison of the welfare impacts of alternative instruments for environmental protection in the presence of endogenous technological innovation.
We analyze emissions taxes and both auctioned and free (grandfathered) emissions permits. Dynamic pollution regulation with endogenous technological change book We find that under different sets of circumstances each of the three policies may induce a Cited by: ELSEVIER Journal of Public Economics 57 () JOURNAL OF Environmental quality and pollution-augmenting technological change in a two-sector endogenous growth model A.
Lans Bovenberga'b'`'*, Sjak Smuldersd aCentER for Economic Research, Tilburg University, P.O. BoxLE Tilburg, Netherlands Research Centre for Economic Policy (OCFEB), Erasmus Cited by: Nonpoint source pollution control is a more complicated process than traditional analysis suggests.
Whether a new pollution abatement technology is developed exogenously or endogenously and the per unit reduction in the rate at which a pollutant associated with the use of a factor of production needed to produce an agricultural commodity due to this technology enters the environment are.
Growth in this model is driven by technological change that arises from intentional investment decisions made by profit-maximizing agents. The distinguishing feature of the technology as an input is that it is neither a conventional good nor a public good; it is a nonrival, partially excludable good.
The research of the relationship between environmental regulation and immigration of pollution Pollution Havens A Two-Country Dynamic Framework technological change is endogenous this. The interactions of legal environment regulation and supervised environment regulation with technological innovation and their impacts on energy consumption are basically consistent with the results obtained in the full sample (see columns 3, 4, 5 and 6, Table 5).
These results show that legal environment regulation and supervised environment. Downloadable. This paper develops a simple model of a polluting industry and an innovating firm. The polluting industry is faced with regulation and costly abatement. Regulation may be taxes or marketable permits.
The innovating firm invests in R&D and develops technologies which reduce the cost of pollution abatement. The innovating firm can patent this innovation and use a licensing fee to. Technological change is an important determinant of future standards of living, particularly in a society facing natural resource depletion coupled with increasingly stringent environmental regulations.
Therefore, the impacts of regulations on technological change should be a central concern in the design of environmental policy. Dynamic regulation of human endogenous retroviruses mediates factor-induced reprogramming and differentiation potential Mari Ohnuki, a, 1 Koji Tanabe, a, 2 Kenta Sutou, a Ito Teramoto, a Yuka Sawamura, a Megumi Narita, a Michiko Nakamura, a Yumie Tokunaga, a Masahiro Nakamura, a Akira Watanabe, a Shinya Yamanaka, a, b, 3 and.
Asako, K. (), 'Economic Growth and Environmental Pollution under the Max-Min Principle', Journal of Environmental Economic and Management 7, Bovenberg A. and S. Smulders (), 'Environmental Quality and Pollution-Saving Technological Change in a Two-Sector Endogenous Growth Model', Center Discussion PaperTilburg University.
This paper investigates upon the optimal amount of oil usage in an economy characterized by competitive firms and by a monopolistic innovator.
It is close in spirit to Denicolo and Parry There are two alternative oil saving technologies: the conventional one is promptly available to firms while the advanced one, providing more efficiency in oil saving, must be paid to the.
Its main topics include pollution, biodiversity, exhaustible resources and climate change. The integrating framework of the book is dynamic systems theory which offers a common basis for multidisciplinatory research and mathematical tools for solving complicated models, leading to.
Introduction. Haze pollution, which mainly comprises particulate matter ≤10 µm (PM10) and particulate matter ≤ µm (PM) in aerodynamic diameter [1,2], is a particularly serious is a type of atmospheric phenomenon that is formed by the accumulation of dust and smoke particles in relatively dry air, and the resulting atmospheric pollution is increasingly being.
Technological Change, and Climate Change October 8, endogenous growth theory. This theory argues that \ideas" are crucial for economic growth, of them from this use, either by regulation/patent law or by means of technical protection (e.g., via encryption).
Excludability is critical for ideas to be produced in the marketplace. Fredriksson, List, and Millimet () and Millimet and Roy () also find that environmental regulation plays a role in the location outcome of FDI into the United States, and both studies highlight the importance of treating environmental regulation as endogenous, because the influx of FDI can lead to a change in environmental regulation.
Environmental policies before China’s economic reform a brief history 2. For many years before China’s reform of the economic system inpollution was a so-called nonissue in China .For example, only a few regulatory standards (largely oriented to occupational health) based on Soviet practice were promulgated in and revised in but were almost ineffective .
Abstract. In this paper we study the impact of environmental pollution in an endogenous growth model with endogenous structural change. The paper allows for both horizontal and vertical innovations where newer technologies are less polluting compared to older ones. Bovenberg, Lans A. and Smulders, Sjak () Environmental quality and pollution-augmenting technological change in a two-sector endogenous growth model.
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