Theory and Impact
Edited by Larry Kreiser, Soocheol Lee, Kazuhiro Ueta, Janet E. Milne and Hope Ashiabor
Against a backdrop of intense political interest it is more important than ever to explore the role of fiscal policy in achieving environmental sustainability. Environmental Taxation and Green Fiscal Reform skilfully explores the various ranges of environmental and energy policies needed for an environmentally sustainable future.
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- Environmental Taxation and Green Fiscal Reform Theory and Impact
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- Chapter 1: Environmental taxes and fees: wrestling with theory
- Chapter 2: Environmental taxation for a sustainable future: perspectives from environmental macroeconomics
- Chapter 3: The role of the precautionary principle in designing energy taxes in Australia
- Chapter 4: Inherent logic of EU energy taxes: toward a balance between market protection and environment protection
- Chapter 5: WTO open trade rules and domestic environmental protection policies: a balancing approach
- Chapter 6: Addressing the inequality issue under border carbon adjustment
- Chapter 7: Toward green transfer pricing: including environmental parameters in transfer pricing rules
- Chapter 8: The EU Emission Trading Scheme: is there a need for price stabilization?
- Chapter 9: Incentivizing technologic change in emissions trading systems: the case of excess supply
- Chapter 10: The political economy of subsidy reform: which factors are game-changers?
- Chapter 11: Decision making for market-based environmental cost allocation: the case of packaging waste policy in Germany
- Chapter 12: Environmental taxes – definitional analysis: behavioural change or revenue raising
- Chapter 13: Abatement of emissions for a sustainable future: revisiting the carbon tax in China
- Chapter 14: Effects and issues of the 2010 resource tax reform in Xinjiang
- Chapter 15: Macroeconomic effects of environmental tax subsidy reform: an evaluation for Italy
- Chapter 16: Does industrial waste taxation contribute to waste reduction? Panel data analysis of the generation and final disposal of industrial waste in Japan
- Chapter 17: Exploring the need for direct tax incentives for plastic waste management in India
- Chapter 18: Regional market-based climate policy in North America: efficient, effective, fair?
- Chapter 19: A survey analysis of company perspective to the GHG emissions trading scheme in the Republic of Korea
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