Resource Center

Advanced Search
Technical Papers
Working Papers
Research Memoranda
GTAP-L Mailing List
GTAP FAQs
CGE Books/Articles
Important References
Submit New Resource

GTAP Resources: Resource Display

GTAP Resource #6385

"The economic consequences of air pollution policies in Arctic Council countries: a sectoral analysis"
by Ostale Valriberas, Daniel, Elisa Lanzi, Zbigniew Klimont and Rita Van-Dingenen


Abstract
Air pollution is one of the most severe environmental risks in the Arctic Council countries, with adverse effects on human health, wellbeing and the environment. It is shown that policy action on air pollution would result in better air quality, and thus in health and economic improvements in the region. While recent modelling literature highlights the economic benefits from improving air quality on an aggregated level, this study aims to contribute to the existing literature by showing how different sectors contribute to reducing emissions of specific gases and in specific areas. This paper shows that most part of the macroeconomic benefit from increase air quality in the Arctic Council countries results from taking policy action in the agricultural, industrial and residential sector.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2021 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 24th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference)
Date: 2021
Version: Version1
Created: Ostale Valriberas, D. (4/15/2021)
Updated: Ostale Valriberas, D. (6/10/2022)
Visits: 426
- Climate change policy
- Health
- Europe (Northern)


Attachments
If you have trouble accessing any of the attachments below due to disability, please contact the authors listed above.


Public Access
  File format Paper  (1.1 MB)   Replicated: 0 time(s)
  File format Presentation_V1  (1.4 MB)   Replicated: 0 time(s)


Restricted Access
No documents have been attached.


Special Instructions
No instructions have been specified.


Comments (0 posted)
You must log in before entering comments.

No comments have been posted.