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Public Economics and the Environment in an Imperfect World
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2012

Public Economics and the Environment in an Imperfect World

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978-94-010-4289-5
9789401042895
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8Z55RND
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Growing populations and economies have increased the public's awareness that the world's environmental resources are finite. The issues of global warming and the depletion of the ozone layer have given universal significance to what were once local and regional pollution problems.
What is evident from Public Economics and the Environment in an Imperfect World is that Coasian negotiations fail to internalize the costs of environmental degradation, often calling for public intervention through the market mechanism. In its consideration of such issues the book includes contributions on assessment problems, institutional aspects, the need for coordination and efficiency, and distribution issues.
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Climate Change
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environment
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public finance
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taxation
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Research
Inhaltsverzeichnis
I. Introduction. 1. Public Economics and the Environment in an Imperfect World: An Introductory Summary; L. Bovenberg, S. Cnossen. 2. Public Finance and the Environment; A. Sandmo. 3. The Political Economy of Implementing Environmental Taxes; M. Pearson. II. An Imperfect World. 4. Taxing Bads by Taxing Goods: Towards Efficient Pollution Control with Presumptive Charges; G.S. Eskeland, S. Devarajan. 5. Global Climate Change, Energy Subsidies and National Carbon Taxes; B. Larsen, A. Shah. III. Assessment Problems. 6. How a Fee Per-Unit Garbage Affects Aggregate Recycling in a Model with Heterogeneous Households; T.C. Kinnaman, D. Fullerton. 7. Environmental Taxes on Intermediate and Final Goods When Both Can be Imported; J.M. Poterba, J.J. Rotemberg. IV. Institutional Aspects. 8. Are Incentive Instruments as Good as Economists Believe: Some New Considerations; H. Weck-Hannemann, B.S. Frey. 9. The Political Economy of the Environment in Developing Countries: Market Failure and Institutional Response; E. Wiesner. 10. Pollution Taxes as a Source of Budgetary Revenues in Economies in Transition; T. Zylicz. V. The Need for Coordination. 11. The Role of the European Union in Environmental Taxation; S. Smith. 12. Pure Global Externalities: International Efficiency and Equity; P.B. Musgrave. 13. International Coordination of Environmental Policies and Stability of Global Environmental Agreements; C. Carraro, D. Siniscalco. VI. Efficiency and Distribution Issues. 14. Environmental Taxation and the `Double Dividend': A Reader's Guide; L.H. Goulder. 15. Energy Levies and Endogenous Technology in an Empirical Simulation Model for the Netherlands; F. den Butter, et al. 16. Welfare and the Environment: Implications of a Recent Tax Reform in Norway; H. Vennemo. Name Index. Subject Index.
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Niederlande
28.10.2012
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Englisch
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374 Seiten
24 cm
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16 cm
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618 g
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