Timmy elsewhere

At the ASI.

The Kuznets Curve inflection point turns up right on time in China.

3 thoughts on “Timmy elsewhere”

  1. I don’t think Tim is contending that China is at peak pollution just yet … the point at which pollution goes from exponential growth, to growth at a decreasing rate as controls are brought in, would be an inflection point that hopefully points to pollution peaking then declining later.

  2. Yes, Matt’s comment echoes my puzzlement. It’s not just Tim; I’ve seen the same on other blogs. Is it that economists define “inflection point” differently? Certainly Tim’s ASI piece says “turning point” on the graph.

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