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The Resource Energy

Energy

Label
Energy
Title
Energy
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This special supplement pooled the resources of federal, state, and international publications to provide a detailed look at one area of tax policy, that is energy
Geographic coverage
International
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
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Almeras, J
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  • energy tax
  • green taxation
  • windfall profits tax
  • hydrocarbon tax
Label
Energy
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Tax credits ease economy's switch to coal
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 20-27
  • The carbon tax name game
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 28-33
  • Wind credits and clean air
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 34-47
  • A better way to subsidize ethanol
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 48-60
  • The windfall profit tax : career of a concept
  • Thorndike ;, J.J.
  • p. 76-79
  • Has the time come for a refundable gas tax?
  • Thorndike ;, J.J.
  • p. 80-83
  • Saving the planet : one tax at a time
  • Phillips ;, C.
  • p. 124-127
  • Australia's energy tax regime relies on VAT, excise tax
  • Ashiabor ;, H.
  • p. 128-129
  • Fuel and energy taxation in Brazil is a work in progress
  • Soares da Silva ;, D.R.R.
  • p. 130-132
  • Germany's new energy tax act : a sign of progress?
  • Mehling ;, M.A.
  • p. 132-135
  • Iran encourages alternative fuels development
  • Reza Saveji ;, M.
  • p. 136-137
  • Sweden's 'green tax' reform may suffer setbacks
  • Mutén ;, L.
  • p. 137-139
  • Turkey addresses consumption, lacks green policy
  • Üzeltürk ;, H.
  • p. 140-141
  • Energy sector contributes greatly to Ukraine tax system
  • Loboda, O.
  • Logunova ;, Y.
  • p. 142-144
  • Venezuela offers few incentives for environmental preservation
  • Evans ;, R.
  • p. 144-146
Extent
146 p.
Isbn
9780918255808
Label
Energy
Publication
Contents
  • Tax credits ease economy's switch to coal
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 20-27
  • The carbon tax name game
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 28-33
  • Wind credits and clean air
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 34-47
  • A better way to subsidize ethanol
  • Sullivan ;, M.A.
  • p. 48-60
  • The windfall profit tax : career of a concept
  • Thorndike ;, J.J.
  • p. 76-79
  • Has the time come for a refundable gas tax?
  • Thorndike ;, J.J.
  • p. 80-83
  • Saving the planet : one tax at a time
  • Phillips ;, C.
  • p. 124-127
  • Australia's energy tax regime relies on VAT, excise tax
  • Ashiabor ;, H.
  • p. 128-129
  • Fuel and energy taxation in Brazil is a work in progress
  • Soares da Silva ;, D.R.R.
  • p. 130-132
  • Germany's new energy tax act : a sign of progress?
  • Mehling ;, M.A.
  • p. 132-135
  • Iran encourages alternative fuels development
  • Reza Saveji ;, M.
  • p. 136-137
  • Sweden's 'green tax' reform may suffer setbacks
  • Mutén ;, L.
  • p. 137-139
  • Turkey addresses consumption, lacks green policy
  • Üzeltürk ;, H.
  • p. 140-141
  • Energy sector contributes greatly to Ukraine tax system
  • Loboda, O.
  • Logunova ;, Y.
  • p. 142-144
  • Venezuela offers few incentives for environmental preservation
  • Evans ;, R.
  • p. 144-146
Extent
146 p.
Isbn
9780918255808

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