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Handbook of Research on Environmental Taxation

Handbook of Research on Environmental Taxation

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Edited by Janet E. Milne and Mikael S. Andersen

The Handbook of Research on Environmental Taxation captures the state of the art of research on environmental taxation. Written by 36 specialists in environmental taxation from 16 countries, it takes an interdisciplinary and international approach, focusing on issues that are universal to using taxation to achieve environmental goals.

Chapter 18: A review of selected databases on market- based instruments

Hans Vos

Subjects: economics and finance, environmental economics, environment, environmental economics, environmental law, law - academic, environmental law


A wide variety of audiences can benefit from access to information about environmental taxation instruments and other market-based instruments (MBI) that are operating around the world. This chapter explores the evolution of surveys of economic instruments and selected current databases. It offers criteria that can be used to evaluate and guide the development of databases and thoughts on the challenges of database design.

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