International Trade, Factor Movements, and the Environment

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Index
abatement capital 31-2, 227
acid rain 24
agriculture 12-13
Airbus 190
appropriateness of the means 296
assimilation capacity 24, 284
balance of payments 126, 147, 155, 209
balance-of-payments equation 209, 259
balance-of-payments problems 247-8, 257
ban of trade 113, 142, 299, 300, 301, 302
barrier to capital mobility 41, 42, 49
barrier to trade 2, 3, 12, 13, 92, 102-3, 113
Basle Convention 113, 300-1, 309
Bertrand competition 181, 186-8, 189, 199-201
bribery 242
capital flight, see environmental capital flight
capital movements 15, 39-90 and trade as substitutes 39
capital tax, optimal 71
car industry 190
carbon-leakage effect, see leakage effect
CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) 3, 5, 299
chicken game 175-6
CITES 298-9, 302
coal market 13
Coasian bargaining solution 20-1
command and control 21, 81-5, 126, 136, 277, 287, 294
commons 20
competitiveness 5, 7, 28, 128, 188, 191, 282, 285
computable general equilibrium model 13
conflict resolution 305, 308, 310-11
conjectural variation 40, 63-5, 108-10
consumer surplus 163, 164, 169, 173, 175, 176, 180, 197, 228, 238
co-operative vs. non-co-operative environmental policies 22-3, 65-70, 110-15
cost function (defined) 37, 162, 224
countervailing duties 181, 282, 301
Cournot competition 180-1, 189, 193-9
Danish bottle case 296, 304
deadweight loss 185, 289
debt 6, 14, 16, 17, 247-71
debt crisis 247-8, 257
debt-for-nature swap 17, 247, 264-7, 269
debt relief 17, 248, 261-4
democracy:
direct 218-19, 294-5
representative 219
destination principle 296
dispute settlement, see conflict resolution
early home demand 191, 193
ecological dumping 4, 15, 27-30, 60, 61, 76, 108, 116, 171, 184, 190, 211, 217, 218, 238, 276-9, 282, 306, 307
and non-traded goods 29-30, 154-8, 160
elasticity:
of demand 158, 162, 227
of energy demand 150
of substitution 33, 204
emission tax:
implicit 95
optimal 46, 60, 61, 63, 69, 73, 75, 76, 96, 102, 107-8, 115-16, 142, 151, 162, 166, 168, 170, 173, 179, 184, 229
Pigouvian 21, 50, 135-6, 139, 151, 155, 167, 168, 169, 170, 179, 180, 185, 239, 276, 292
emissions as a factor of production 30-4
empirical evidence on trade and the environment 6-15
impact of environmental regulation on foreign direct investment 10-11
impact of environmental regulation on trade 8-10
impact of free trade on the environment 11-13
impact of transportation on the environment 13
impact of debt on the environment 14
summarized 14
employment 75-6
endangered species 13
endowment with environmental resources 15, 24-7, 44, 122, 142
and transfrontier pollution 26
and wealth 26-7
de facto25-7, 43, 45, 126, 273
true 25-7, 46-7, 129-30, 144, 273
enforcement deficit 40, 114
entry 189, 205, 212, 275, 283-4

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