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Rome, rome 00100
University of Rome, Tor Vergata - Faculty of Economics
green public procurement/purchasing (GPP), Italy, EU, legislation and implementation
waste tariffs, crime, mafia, waste management and disposal, enforcement costs, recycling
tax credit policy, transboundary pollution, international technological spillover, cooperative vs. non-cooperative behaviour
asymmetric information, environmental regulation, multi-tasking, yardstick competition
Emissions Trading, Environmental Federalism, Enforcement, Monitoring Cost
carbon tax, cap and trade, technology adoption, endogenous uncertainty
tradable quotas markets, market power, tradable quotas taxation
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