A water rule that turns a blind eye to transboundary pollution

David A. Keiser, Sheila M. Olmstead, Kevin J. Boyle, Victor B. Flatt, Bonnie L. Keeler, Catherine L. Kling, Daniel J. Phaneuf, Joseph S. Shapiro, Jay P. Shimshack

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9 Scopus citations
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)241-243
Number of pages3
Issue number6539
StatePublished - Apr 16 2021

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We thankanonymous refereeswhosecomments improved the paper,and J.Clement,S.Cullen,A.Gorton,and R.Noe for excellent research assistance. Thisworkis supported bythe Alfred P.Sloan Foundation through the External Environmental EconomicsAdvisoryCommittee(E-EEAC) and the Giannini Foundation (J.S.S.).Ouranalysisderives from workthat D.A.K.,S.M.O.,K.J.B.,V.B.F.,B.L.K.,D.J.P., J.S.S.,and J.P.S.performed as part ofan E-EEAC–sponsored reviewof the CWRand NWPR.Our analysis also derives from workthat C.L.K.performed in a similar reviewof theserules for the NewYorkState AttorneyGeneral’s Office.D.A.K.is affiliated with the CenterforBehavioral and Experimental Agri-Environmental Research.

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