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Violating the polluter-pays principle? Two case studies of United States tax incentives for alternative energy

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Violating the polluter-pays principle? Two case studies of United States tax incentives for alternative energy
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Violating the polluter-pays principle? Two case studies of United States tax incentives for alternative energy
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After a brief review of the polluter-pays principle, this chapter uses two case studies, ethanol and landfill gas, to explore whether the interaction of environmental tax subsidies with environmental regulatory regimes suggests that federal policy makers have violated the polluter-pays principle
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Bound in: Critical issues in environmental taxation : international and comparative perspectives : volume IV. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007 ; p. 99-127
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Milne, J.E
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North America
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English
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  • environmental tax
  • tax incentive
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