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Clean and dirty technologies under environmental policy
Mónica Meireles (Meireles, M.); Isabel Soares (Soares, I.); Óscar Afonso (Afonso, O.);
ME3 2015: Proceedings of the 2nd International Meeting on Energy and Environmental Economics
Ano (publicação definitiva)
2015
Língua
Inglês
País
Portugal
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Abstract/Resumo
This paper aims is to study the contributions of environmental policies to the production of ecological goods, when consumers are indifferent between ecological and dirty goods. It develops a Schumpeterian R&D growth model with endogenous directed technological change. By solving the transitional dynamics numerically and by removing the scale effects, it is shown that, through the price channel, when green firms and green research are supported by policy and/or dirty activities are taxed, technological progress leads to relatively more production of ecological goods and environmental quality improvements. Furthermore, if there is a positive change in the green technological environment, it strongly fosters R&D towards quality improvement of ecological goods, increasing their production.
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Palavras-chave
Endogenous growth,Technological change,Environmental policy,Environment