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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
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.
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]
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