Shreekant Gupta

University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics

University Enclave

Delhi-110007

India

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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7

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3

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Do Stock Markets Penalise Environment-Unfriendly Behaviour? Evidence from India

Centre for Development Economics Working Paper No. 116
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 15 May 2003
Shreekant Gupta and Bishwanath Goldar
University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics and University of Delhi - Institute of Economic Growth (IEG)
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green rating, capital market, environmental management, event study

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India's Firewood Crisis Re-Examined

RFF Discussion Paper No. 06-25
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 17 May 2006 Last Revised: 10 Nov 2008
University of Wyoming - Department of Economics, World Bank, University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi and Delhi University
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firewood crisis, time allocation, fuel switching, JFM, India

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Resource Use Efficiency of U.S. Electricity Generating Plants During the So2 Trading Regime: A Distance Function Approach

National Institute of Public Finance and Policy Working Paper No. 17/04
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 07 Jun 2004
Surender Kumar and Shreekant Gupta
University of Delhi - Department of Business Economics and University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics
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Technical Efficiency, Environmental Efficiency, Resource-Use Efficiency, Distance Functions, SO2 Allowance Program

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Poverty and the Environment: Exploring the Relationship between Household Incomes, Private Assets, and Natural Assets

PREM Working Paper No. 05/09
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 01 Dec 2005
Urvashi Narain, Shreekant Gupta and Klaas van 't Veld
World Bank, University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics and University of Wyoming - Department of Economics
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Natural resource dependence, poverty, biomass degradation

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Paying for Permanence: An Economic Analysis of Epa's Cleanup Decisions at Superfund Sites

Posted: 02 May 2000
Shreekant Gupta, George Van Houtven and Maureen Cropper
University of Delhi - Delhi School of Economics, Research Triangle Institute - Center for Economics Research (CER) and University of Maryland - Department of Economics

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