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Economic Analysis of Environmental Externalities
In order to perform economic analysis of pollution prevention and abatement measures, estimates of the potential benefits from controlling pollution, as well as the better-known costs of new equipment or processes, are needed.

 


Economic Analysis of Environmental ExternalitiesEconomic Analysis of Environmental Externalities
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Chapter on World Bank's Pollution Prevention and Abatement Handbook, 1998, 9pp. (World Bank Group)

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