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Anderson, C.Leigh and Robert A. Kagan, Adversarial legalism and transaction costs: the industrial-flight hypothesis revisited. International Review of Law and Economics March 2000 v20 i1 p1-19

Bartik, Timothy J., The Effects of Environmental Regulation on Business Location in the Unted States, Growth and Change 19(3), 1988, 22ff.

Beyers & Krumme, "Multiple Products, Residuals and Location Theory," in: Spatial Perspectives of Industrial Organization and Decision Making, F.E.Ian Hamilton, ed., New York: Wiley 1974, pp.77-104.

Ellerman, Denny A. et al., The U.S.Acid Rain Program. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Reviewed by P.Cramton, in JEL 38(3), September 2000, pp.627-633.

Guldmann, Jean-Michel and Daniel Shefer. Industrial Location and Air Quality Control: A Planning Approach. Wiley (NY), 1980.

  • Krumme, G., "Regional Environmental Policies and Industrial Location Adjustments: Conceptual Explorations," in: Geography and Regional Policy: Resource Management by Complex Political Systems. Heidelberger Geographische Arbeiten, Heft 73, Goettingen 1983, pp.264-283. [Abstract -- English & deutsch] [Earlier version presented at the American-German International Seminar on Geography and Regional Policy in Heidelberg and Aachen in June 1981].

    Stafford, Howard A., Environmental Protection and Industrial Location, Annals, Association of American Geographers, 75, 1985, 227-40.

    Stafford, Howard A., Environmental Regulations and the Location of U.S.Manufacturing," Geoforum 8(5-6), 1977, pp.243-8.

    Ulph, Alistair M., Trade and the Environment. Cheltenham, UK: E.Elgar, 1999. [HF1379 U43 1999]

    Xepapadeas, Anastasios Environmental Policy and Firm Behavior: Abatement Investment and Location Decisions Under Uncertainty and Irreversibility ; NBER Working Paper No.t0243 [Issued in August 1999] [Mirror]

    "This paper explores abatement investment and location responses to environmental policy, which takes the form of emission taxes or tradeable emission permits and subsidies against the costs of abatement investment, under uncertainty and irreversibility. Uncertainty is associated with output price, environmental policy parameters, or technological parameters...."

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