Policy - 06/July/2016

Your assumptions might be wrong

Environmental regulation does not make countries uncompetitive, says the OECD.

Conventional wisdom tells us that the tougher the environmental regulations applied, the less competitive industries become and the more likely to relocate production to more welcoming shores. Pernicious nonsense, says the OECD


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