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This paper addresses the role of institutional reforms for environmental performance that is hardly discussed in the earlier literature. It is argued that a novel approach of institutional reforms can provide some useful insights for environmental performance in developing countries. There is wide agreement that institutional quality is crucial for economic sustainability but rarely focused to explore the impacts of institutional reforms on environmental performance. The institutional reforms are generally divided into two categories; economic and political reforms. This paper investigated the impact of each category of institutional reforms for environmental performance by using panel data of 122 developing economies for a period of 1996-2020.
Intertemporal Resource Economics by Karl Farmer; Birgit Bednar-Friedl
Publication Date: 2010-07-23
This monograph provides a concise introduction to the overlapping generations approach to the intertemporal economics of renewable natural resources.
Applied Research in Environmental Economics by Christoph Bohringer; Andreas Lange (Editor)
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
Sustainable development, climate policy, and biodiversity conservation are examples of issues on the current political agenda in many countries. These themes are also subject to economic research, and economic insights are increasingly finding their way into the design of environmental policy.
Quantified Eco-Efficiency: an Introduction with Applications by Gjalt Huppes (Editor); Masanobu Ishikawa (Editor)
Publication Date: 2007-11-13
A central asset of eco-efficiency analysis is that it does not depend on a specific evaluation of environmental impacts against economic effects, avoiding the often disputed results of neo-classical evaluation methods. For integrating the different environmental scores several evaluation methods may be used including those based on willingness-to-pay, panel procedures, and public statements on policy goals.