Gregmar I. Galinato
Gregmar I. Galinato
Professor of Economics, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University
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Fiscal spending and the environment: Theory and empirics
R López, GI Galinato, A Islam
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 62 (2), 180-198, 2011
Should governments stop subsidies to private goods? Evidence from rural Latin America
R López, GI Galinato
Journal of Public Economics 91 (5-6), 1071-1094, 2007
An integrated tax-subsidy policy for carbon emission reduction
GI Galinato, JK Yoder
Resource and Energy Economics 32 (3), 310-326, 2010
The effects of government spending on deforestation due to agricultural land expansion and CO2 related emissions
GI Galinato, SP Galinato
Ecological Economics 122, 43-53, 2016
Trade policies, economic growth, and the direct causes of deforestation
R López, GI Galinato
Land economics 81 (2), 145-169, 2005
The effects of corruption control, political stability and economic growth on deforestation-induced carbon dioxide emissions
GI Galinato, SP Galinato
Environment and development Economics 17 (1), 67-90, 2012
Strategic interaction and institutional quality determinants of environmental regulations
GI Galinato, HH Chouinard
Resource and Energy Economics 53, 114-132, 2018
Deforestation and forest-induced carbon dioxide emissions in tropical countries: how do governance and trade openness affect the forest-income relationship?
R López, GI Galinato
The Journal of Environment & Development 14 (1), 73-100, 2005
The challenge of addressing consumption pollutants with fiscal policy
GI Galinato, A Islam
Environment and development economics 22 (5), 624-647, 2017
The short-run and long-run effects of corruption control and political stability on forest cover
GI Galinato, SP Galinato
Ecological Economics 89, 153-161, 2013
Was it something I ate? Implementation of the FDA seafood HACCP program
A Alberini, E Lichtenberg, D Mancini, GI Galinato
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90 (1), 28-41, 2008
The effect of temporary certified emission reductions on forest rotations and carbon supply
GI Galinato, S Uchida
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2011
The role of federal Renewable Fuel Standards and market structure on the growth of the cellulosic biofuel sector
TD Skolrud, GI Galinato, SP Galinato, CR Shumway, JK Yoder
Energy Economics 58, 141-151, 2016
Welfare implications of the renewable fuel standard with an integrated tax-subsidy policy
TD Skolrud, GI Galinato
Energy Economics 62, 291-301, 2017
Evaluating temporary certified emission reductions in reforestation and afforestation programs
GI Galinato, S Uchida
Environmental and Resource Economics 46, 111-133, 2010
Do privately-owned prisons increase incarceration rates?
GI Galinato, R Rohla
Labour Economics 67, 101908, 2020
Long‐term versus temporary certified emission reductions in forest carbon sequestration programs
GI Galinato, A Olanie, S Uchida, JK Yoder
Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics 55 (4), 537-559, 2011
The spillover effects of good governance in a tax competition framework with a negative environmental externality
RG Batina, GI Galinato
Environmental and resource economics 67, 701-724, 2017
The amenity value of climate change across different regions in the United States
GI Galinato, P Tantihkarnchana
Applied Economics 50 (37), 4024-4039, 2018
Agritourism in Washington State: An Industry Profile
GI Galinato
Washington State University Extension, 2011
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