Environmental Uncertainty and irreversible Investments in Abatement Technology

B. Dijkstra, D.P. van Soest

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHeidelberg
PublisherUniversity of Heidelberg
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Publication series

NameEconomics Department Working Paper
No.352

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Dijkstra, B., & van Soest, D. P. (2001). Environmental Uncertainty and irreversible Investments in Abatement Technology. (Economics Department Working Paper; No. 352). Heidelberg: University of Heidelberg.
Dijkstra, B. ; van Soest, D.P. / Environmental Uncertainty and irreversible Investments in Abatement Technology. Heidelberg : University of Heidelberg, 2001. (Economics Department Working Paper; 352).
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