Do Increases in Income Affect Averting Behavior? A Study of Nicaragua's Social Protection Network Program

Koethe, Benjamin Christian

In developing countries, overall environmental quality is often low. Without strict environmental standards and enforcement, it is often up to the individual to protect himself from environmental degradation. Per capita income is also low in developing countries, and individuals must prioritize their expenditures. We may expect that, as people get richer, their averting behavior, a... read more

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