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The Incidence of Local Water Pollution Abatement Expenditures: A Case Study of the Merrimack River Basin (1974)

Paper Number: EE-0345

Document Date: 06/01/1974

Author(s):  Oster, Sharon M.

Subject Area(s): Economic Analysis, Cost Analysis, Economic Impact, Distribution and Equity, Water Pollution

Keywords: Economic Analysis, Cost Analysis, Economic Impact, Distribution and Equity, Water Pollution

Abstract: 

Part I is an analysis of the determinants of local government expenditures on water pollution abatement facilities. Part II is an investigation of the incidence of costs and benefits of public environmental programs. Contains five appendices.

This paper is part of the  Environmental Economics Research Inventory.

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