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Environmental Policy and Speculation on Markets for Emission Permits

Bibliographic reference Colla, Paolo ; Germain, Marc ; Van Steenberghe, Vincent. Environmental Policy and Speculation on Markets for Emission Permits. In: Economica, Vol. 79, no. 313, p. 152-182 (2012)
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