Will trade liberalization harm the environment? the case of Indonesia to 2020
Most-favoured-nation (MFN) trade liberalizations will always improve global economic welfare provided globally optimal environmental and other policies are in place. But since the latter proviso is not met in practice, empirical studies of the environmental and resource depletion effects of such reforms are needed to determine whether trade reform is still worthwhile. This paper provides a methodology for doing that. It is illustrated with a case study of Indonesia, a large newly...[Show more]
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