From the inbox:
An interesting new book has just been released by Phillip Stalley (Assistant Professor of Political Science at DePaul University in Chicago) looking at environmental regulations and industry location in China.
Without knowing the content I am unable to provide a full review but it should link in with a number of my recent papers looking at China and the environment. In my opinion China is where all the action is. I look forward to reading this book.
Some of my recent papers in this area include:
Cole, M.A., Elliott, R.J.R. and Zhang, J. (forthcoming). Growth, FDI and the Environment: Evidence from Chinese Cities. Journal of Regional Science.
Cole, M., Elliott, R.J.R. and Zhang, J. (2009), Corruption, Governance and FDI Location in China: A Province-level Analysis, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 45, 9, 1494-1513.
Cole, M.A., Elliott, R.J.R. and Wu, S. (2008), Industrial Activity and the Environment in China: An Industry Level Analysis, China Economic Review, Vol. 19, 3, pp.393-408