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Firm size and national environmental policies, evidence from Greece

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The objective of this note is to present evidence on the relationship between firm size and electricity consumption in Greek manufacturing industry. Results find that, contrary to the average cost disadvantage of small firms, their cost of electricity consumption is lower than the one corresponding to large firms, thus indicating that small firms are less burdening to the environment.

Keywords: firm size, economies of scale, electricity consumption, Greece, environmental policy, national policy, Greek manufacturing industry, small firms, SMEs, environmental impact, energy consumption, air pollution

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