Seema Arora
Seema Arora
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Toward a theoretical model of voluntary overcompliance
S Arora, S Gangopadhyay
Journal of economic behavior & organization 28 (3), 289-309, 1995
7891995
Why do firms volunteer to exceed environmental regulations? Understanding participation in EPA's 33/50 program
S Arora, TN Cason
Land economics, 413-432, 1996
7841996
An experiment in voluntary environmental regulation: Participation in EPA′ s 33/50 program
S Arora, TN Cason
Journal of environmental economics and management 28 (3), 271-286, 1995
6841995
Do community characteristics influence environmental outcomes? Evidence from the toxics release inventory
S Arora, TN Cason
Southern Economic Journal, 691-716, 1999
2381999
The health benefits of air pollution control in Delhi
ML Cropper, NB Simon, A Alberini, S Arora, PK Sharma
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 79 (5), 1625-1629, 1997
1581997
FLOSS-US the free/libre/open source software survey for 2003
PA David, A Waterman, S Arora
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, 1-39, 2003
1082003
Valuing mortality reductions in India: a study of compensating-wage differentials
A Alberini, M Cropper, NB Simon, S Arora
The World Bank, 1999
761999
Do community characteristics influence environmental outcomes? Evidence from the toxics release inventory
S Arora, TN Cason
Journal of Applied Economics 1 (2), 413-453, 1998
441998
Toward a theoretical model of emissions control
S Arora, S Gangopadhyay
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 28 (12), 289-309, 1995
401995
Voluntary abatement and market value: an event study approach
S Arora
Stanford Inst. for Economic Policy Research, 2001
262001
A voluntary approach to environmental regulation: the 33/50 program
S Arora, TN Cason
Resources;(United States) 116, 1994
221994
Do community characteristics determine environmental outcomes? Evidence from the Toxics Release Inventory
S Arora, TN Cason
131996
The free/libre/open source software survey for 2003, preliminary draft, September 2003, quoted with authors ‘permission
PA David, A Waterman, S Arora
102003
Why Do Firms Overcomply with Environmental Regulations?: Understanding Participation in EPA's 33/50 Program
S Arora, TN Cason
Resources for the Future, 1995
91995
First full findings from FLOSS-US: The free/libre and open source developer survey for 2003
PA David, AH Waterman, S Arora
Working Paper, Stanford Project on Economics of Open Source Software Funded …, 2003
82003
Green and competitive? Evidence from the stock market
S Arora
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Research Papers, 2000
82000
FLOSS-US: The Free/Libre Open Source Software Developer Survey for 2003: A First Report
PA David, AH Waterman, S Arora
September)[Available at: http://www. stanford. edu/group/floss-us/report …, 2003
72003
Economic organization and viability of f/oss software: a proposal to the national science foundation. SIEPR
PA David, S Arora, WE Steinmueller
Stanford University, 2001
72001
FLOSS-US: The Free
PA David, A Waterman, S Arora
Libre/Open Source Software Survey for 2003, 2003
62003
Do community characteristics determine environmental outcomes
S Arora, TN Cason
Paper Presented at the EARE Conference, 1996
61996
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