The impact of special economic zones on electricity intensity of firms /
Ronald B. Davies and Arman Mazhikeyev, University College Dublin and T Huw Edwards, Loughborough University.
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"In light of concerns over the environmental impact of Special Economic Zones located in developing countries, where environmental regulation is weak, we analyse the electricity intensity of firms in SEZs. We use firm level data from Africa and Asia, and we find that SEZ firms have higher electricity intensity as opposed to non-SEZ firms. If they also face higher fiscal, financial or environmental regulations, the electricity intensity of firms in SEZs increases by a greater rate as opposed to non-SEZ firms. As such, establishing SEZs may have significant environmental implications." -- Page 1.
Working paper (University College, Dublin. Centre for Economic Research) ;
Includes bibliographical references.
Physical description: 26 pages ; 21 cm.
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