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Title: Did state regulation of power plants cause an increase in pollution exportation?
Author(s): Bellas, Allen S
Lange, Ian
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Keywords: Pollution
Clean Air Act
Stack heights
Issue Date: Feb-2008
Citation: Bellas AS & Lange I (2008) Did state regulation of power plants cause an increase in pollution exportation?, Economics Letters, 98 (2), pp. 213-219.
Abstract: The 1970 Clean Air Act divided responsibility for achievement of air quality standards between the EPA and states. It is widely believed that, as a result, state-regulated sources received taller stacks, but analysis suggests that this is not true.
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