Environmental consciousness and moral hazard in international agreements to protect the environment
The conditions under which countries will agree to band together to reduce environmentally damaging emissions are examined. The study considers a scenario in which environmentally conscious countries agree to provide side payments to another group of less environmentally conscious nations in order to create a strong international environmental coalition. A mechanism for enforcing the international agreement is also examined.
Publication Name: The Journal of Public Economics
Valuing health effects of air-pollution-focus on concentration-response functions
The morbidity impacts of air pollution is investigated when that pollution may affect both the likelihood and duration of respiratory problems. The results highlight the challenge of setting air quality standards for environments where modest increases in pollutant concentrations may significantly prolong respiratory health problems for the most vulnerable individuals.
Publication Name: Journal of Urban Economics
Implementation International Accounting Standards (IAS) implementation in Mongolia
The intention of a professor and his colleagues to implement International Accounting Standards (IAS) in Mongolia is illustrated. Their experience and achievements are discussed.
Publication Name: The Journal of Government Financial Management
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