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Research - Research Highlights 2009: Environment and Energy
.. Green stimulus—environmentally friendly measures to boost short-term economic activity through government spending or tax breaks—is often touted as providing a triple dividend: rising employment, lasting environmental protection, and higher productivity in the long runMoreover, green investments may require policy and financial support beyond the intended, short-term window, if they are to boost long-term economic growth and sustained employment of higher-skilled workersGreen Stimulus,’ Economic ....
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Research - Research Highlights 2009: Environment and Energy
.. Green stimulus—environmentally friendly measures to boost short-term economic activity through government spending or tax breaks—is often touted as providing a triple dividend: rising employment, lasting environmental protection, and higher productivity in the long runMoreover, green investments may require policy and financial support beyond the intended, short-term window, if they are to boost long-term economic growth and sustained employment of higher-skilled workersGreen Stimulus,’ Economic ....
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Data & Research - Speech: A New Partnership for Global Growth
.. Green” investment and infrastructure are important avenues for enhancing productivityIn the 2008-2010 period, its fiscal stimulus is forecast to account for about six percent of the gross domestic product, the largest among OECD members ....
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Environment and Energy Research - Emissions trading and taxes
.. The economic impacts (e.g., impacts on economic welfare, GDP, international trade) vary significantly depending upon how the revenue generated from those instruments is recycled within the economyOur research investigates, using general equilibrium models, the economic and environmental impacts of various climate change mitigation policies such as carbon tax, clean development mechanism and green investment ....
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Environment and Energy Research - Emissions trading and taxes
.. The economic impacts (e.g., impacts on economic welfare, GDP, international trade) vary significantly depending upon how the revenue generated from those instruments is recycled within the economyOur research investigates, using general equilibrium models, the economic and environmental impacts of various climate change mitigation policies such as carbon tax, clean development mechanism and green investment ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/EXTPROGRAMS/EXTEAER/0,,contentMDK:2232 - 72K

Environment and Energy Research - Emissions trading and taxes
.. The economic impacts (e.g., impacts on economic welfare, GDP, international trade) vary significantly depending upon how the revenue generated from those instruments is recycled within the economyOur research investigates, using general equilibrium models, the economic and environmental impacts of various climate change mitigation policies such as carbon tax, clean development mechanism and green investment ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/EXTPROGRAMS/EXTEAER/0,,contentMDK:2232 - 72K

Environment and Energy Research - Emissions trading and taxes
.. The economic impacts (e.g., impacts on economic welfare, GDP, international trade) vary significantly depending upon how the revenue generated from those instruments is recycled within the economyOur research investigates, using general equilibrium models, the economic and environmental impacts of various climate change mitigation policies such as carbon tax, clean development mechanism and green investment ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/EXTPROGRAMS/EXTEAER/0,,contentMDK:2232 - 73K

Research - Research Highlights 2010: Environment and Energy
.. However, the direction of GDP impacts would differ across developing countriesIn China’s Jiangsu Province, the “Green Watch” performance rating and disclosure program has led to greater pollution reduction among rated companies than non-covered firms, after adjusting for differences among firm characteristicsEnvironmental Performance Rating and Disclosure: An Empirical Investigation of China’s Green Watch Program ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/0,,contentMDK:22834393~pagePK:64165401 - 73K

Research - Research Highlights 2010: Environment and Energy
.. However, the direction of GDP impacts would differ across developing countriesIn China’s Jiangsu Province, the “Green Watch” performance rating and disclosure program has led to greater pollution reduction among rated companies than non-covered firms, after adjusting for differences among firm characteristicsEnvironmental Performance Rating and Disclosure: An Empirical Investigation of China’s Green Watch Program ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/0,,contentMDK:22834393~pagePK:64165401 - 73K

Research - Research Highlights 2010: Environment and Energy
.. However, the direction of GDP impacts would differ across developing countriesIn China’s Jiangsu Province, the “Green Watch” performance rating and disclosure program has led to greater pollution reduction among rated companies than non-covered firms, after adjusting for differences among firm characteristicsEnvironmental Performance Rating and Disclosure: An Empirical Investigation of China’s Green Watch Program ....
http://econ.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/EXTRESEARCH/0,,contentMDK:22834393~pagePK:64165401 - 73K

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