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Public finance and the environment

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Public finance and the environment
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Public finance and the environment
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This special issue contains papers initially presented at the Fiftieth Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, held at Harvard University in August 1994, to the study of the relationship between environmental and public economics
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In: International tax and public finance. - Boston. - Vol. 2 (1995),
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International
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English
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  • Cnossen, S
  • Bovenberg, L
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  • environmental tax
  • environmental incentive
  • public finance
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  • Introduction / L. Bovenberg and S. Cnossen ; p. 151-156
  • Environmental taxation and the double dividend : a reader's guide / L.H. Goulder ; p. 157-183
  • Environmental policy, pollution, unemployment, and endogenous growth / S.B. Nielsen, L.H. Pedersen and P.B. Sorensen ; p. 185-205
  • The double dividend and the role of inequality aversion and macroeconomic regimes / S. Proost and D. van Regemorter ; p. 207-219
  • Environmental taxes on intermediate and final goods when both can be imported / J.M. Poterba and J.J. Rotemberg ; p. 221-228
  • Environmental regulation and the location of polluting industries / M. Rauscher ; p. 229-244
  • Can household mobility solve basic environmental problems? / D. Wellisch ; p. 245-260
  • International CO2 taxation and the dynamics of fossil fuel markets / O. Tahvonen ; p. 261-278
  • A core-theoretic solution for the design of cooperative agreements on transfrontier pollution / P. Chander and H. Tulkens ; p. 279-293
  • Incentives to adopt new technologies under different pollution-control policies / T. Requate ; p. 295-317
  • Entropy, environment, and endogenous economic growth / S. Smulders ; p. 319-340
  • Is sustainable growth optimal? / A. Baranzini and F. Bourguignon ; p. 341-356
  • The political economy of implementing environmental taxes / M. Pearson ; p. 357-373
  • The role of the European Union in environmental taxation / S. Smith ; p. 375-387
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Public finance and the environment
Publication
Contents
  • Introduction / L. Bovenberg and S. Cnossen ; p. 151-156
  • Environmental taxation and the double dividend : a reader's guide / L.H. Goulder ; p. 157-183
  • Environmental policy, pollution, unemployment, and endogenous growth / S.B. Nielsen, L.H. Pedersen and P.B. Sorensen ; p. 185-205
  • The double dividend and the role of inequality aversion and macroeconomic regimes / S. Proost and D. van Regemorter ; p. 207-219
  • Environmental taxes on intermediate and final goods when both can be imported / J.M. Poterba and J.J. Rotemberg ; p. 221-228
  • Environmental regulation and the location of polluting industries / M. Rauscher ; p. 229-244
  • Can household mobility solve basic environmental problems? / D. Wellisch ; p. 245-260
  • International CO2 taxation and the dynamics of fossil fuel markets / O. Tahvonen ; p. 261-278
  • A core-theoretic solution for the design of cooperative agreements on transfrontier pollution / P. Chander and H. Tulkens ; p. 279-293
  • Incentives to adopt new technologies under different pollution-control policies / T. Requate ; p. 295-317
  • Entropy, environment, and endogenous economic growth / S. Smulders ; p. 319-340
  • Is sustainable growth optimal? / A. Baranzini and F. Bourguignon ; p. 341-356
  • The political economy of implementing environmental taxes / M. Pearson ; p. 357-373
  • The role of the European Union in environmental taxation / S. Smith ; p. 375-387

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