Environmental Efficiency, Innovation and Economic Performances by Anna MontiniEnvironmental Efficiency, Innovation and Economic Performances by Anna Montini

Environmental Efficiency, Innovation and Economic Performances

EditorAnna Montini, Massimiliano Mazzanti

Hardcover | July 30, 2010

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Eco-innovation is becoming a conceptual reference point for many regional and international public policies and management strategies. This field of research has been focusing on how environmental innovation is particularly related to the intensity of emissions and economic performance. There are two reasons for this growing interest. The first is that environmental performance is one of the main economic policy goals of European countries, thanks to its relevance to the Lisbon Strategy and the Goteborg priorities for sustainable development. The second, which is partly linked to the first, is related to the growing impact of environmental regulation on private sector activity in many European countries.

This volume brings together microeconomics studies on firms' eco-innovation and economic performance, both in the industrial and service sector, with a sector-based perspective rooted mainly in the exploitation of NAMEA data at regional level, and finally with a macroeconomic analysis of the environment, income and welfare.

This collection brings together the best of recent research in the interlinked areas of eco-innovation and income-environment relationships studies, and in its entirety is an excellent source of knowledge for postgraduates, researchers and students of Environmental and Ecological Economics alike. As well as fully developing the theoretical aspects of its topics, these essays are also strongly policy-oriented and will be of interest to anyone seeking information on an applied perspective.

Massimiliano Mazzanti isAssociate Professor in Environmental Economics at the University of Ferrara, Italy.Anna Montiniis Assistant Professor in Economics and Environmental Economics at the University of Bologna, Italy.
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Title:Environmental Efficiency, Innovation and Economic PerformancesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.98 inPublished:July 30, 2010Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415478529

ISBN - 13:9780415478526

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IntroductionMassimiliano Mazzanti and Anna Montini Part 1. Environmental innovation, firms' economic performances and policy drivers  1. Environmental innovation drivers and economic performance in industrial systemsDavide Antonioli, Massimiliano Mazzanti and Roberto Zoboli  2. The dynamic relationship between emissions and manufacturing firm's growthGiulio Cainelli,Massimiliano Mazzanti and Roberto Zoboli 3. Environmentally-oriented strategies and firm performance in servicesGiulio Cainelli,Massimiliano Mazzanti and Roberto Zoboli  4. An early assessment of the influence on eco-innovation of the EU emissions trading scheme: evidence from the Italian paper industrySerena Pontoglio Part 2. Environmental efficiency and sector performances 5. Emissions trends and labour productivity dynamicsGiovanni Marin and Massimiliano Mazzanti  6. Production-related air emissions: a decomposition analysis for ItalyAldo Femia and Renato Marra Campanale  7. Regional and sector environmental efficiency: empirical evidence using the Italian RAMEAMassimiliano Mazzanti and Anna Montini  8. Biofuels public support and technological specialization in the energy sectorValeria Costantini, Francesco Crespi and Annalisa Zezza 9. Environmental impacts of personal mobility: exploring an Austrian EKCMichael Getzner Part 3 Economic growth, environmental degradation and policies 10. Reconsidering the Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis: the trade off between environment and welfareNicola Cantore and Maurizio Canavari  11. Environmental degradation, economic growth and welfare: the role of self-protection choicesAngelo Antoci and Simone Borghesi  12. Carbon Kuznets curves: long-run dynamics and policy eventsMassimiliano Mazzanti and Antonio Musolesi 13. The EU ETS: CO2price drivers during the learning experienceEmile Alberola, Julien Chevallier and Beno'Ch'