'Charles Kolstad is a master in the field of natural resource economics. His research in environmental and natural resource economics has been both levelheaded and path breaking, as evidenced by the 23 papers collected in this volume. Kolstad's straight-forward approach provides a blueprint for any economists interested in learning how to do good applied work . . . Anyone interested in learning how to define the constraints, to confront them, and to design rules to increase the efficient use of land, forests, and fisheries should take a look at the papers in this volume.' - Jason Shogren, Journal of Energy and Development Space plays a central role in environmental and resource economics and yet spatial economics has received surprisingly little attention in the literature. This collection of Charles Kolstad's writings on spatial environmental and resource economics from the past two decades aims to fill this gap. the book includes the author's most important work on a variety of topics, including the Hotelling model of spatial competition, as applied to resource economics, jurisdictional tax competition, particularly in the context of resource taxes, and environmental regulation, both theoretical and empirical.Selected Essays of Charles D. Kolstad Charles D. Kolstad ... 4) enforcing technology-based emissions standards, either strictly or weakly; 5) eliminating the PSD classes: the class ... Impacts on visibility and air quality: are the permissible pollution increments exceeded and are there adverse impacts on visibility for policies that meet the currently defined PSD standards? ... A fifth criterion receives less attention than the preceding four, not because of its lack of importance, but ratheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Spatial Environmental and Resource Economics|
|Author||:||Charles D. Kolstad|