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Environmental taxation : why theory matters

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Environmental taxation : why theory matters
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Environmental taxation : why theory matters
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A number of different economic theories have been espoused to support the use of environmental taxation: the theory of internalization of external costs, the polluter pays principle, the theory of least cost abatement, and the double dividend theory. This analysis explores the differences among these economic theories and the implications of those differences for the theoretical design of environmental taxes
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In: Criticial issues in environmental taxation : international and comparative perspectives : volume I. - Richmond : Richmond,
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Milne, J.E
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