Achieving Environmental Sustainability through Fiscal Policy
Edited by Larry Kreiser, Julsuchada Sirisom, Hope Ashiabor and Janet E. Milne
Containing an authoritative set of original essays, Environmental Taxation and Climate Change provides fresh insights and analysis on how environmental sustainability can be achieved through fiscal policy. Written by distinguished environmental taxation scholars from around the world, this timely volume covers a range of hotly debated subjects including carbon related taxation in OECD countries, implications of environmental tax reforms, innovative environmental taxation and behavioural strategies, as well as many other relevant topics.
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- Environmental Taxation and Climate Change Achieving Environmental Sustainability through Fiscal Policy
- Editorial review board
- Chapter 1: Carbon-related Taxation in OECD Countries and Interactions between Policy Instruments
- Chapter 2: Implications of Environmental Tax Reforms: Revisited
- Chapter 3: Comparisons between the Cap and Trade System and Carbon Taxation: Is the USA Ready for a Carbon Tax?
- Chapter 4: Innovative Taxation Strategies Supporting Climate Change Resilience
- Chapter 5: Why Should There Always be a Loser in Environmental Taxation?
- Chapter 6: Behavioural Strategies to Support Climate Change Resilience
- Chapter 7: Taxing Land Rents for Urban Livability and Sustainability
- Chapter 8: Land Management and Local Taxation in Italy
- Chapter 9: Coal Mining: The Neglected Environmental Threat
- Chapter 10: Great Lakes Water Quality and Restoration Programs
- Chapter 11: The Use of Market based Mechanisms to Bolster Forest Carbon
- Chapter 12: Price Signal or Tax Signal? An International Panel Data Analysis on Gasoline Demand Reaction
- Chapter 13: The CDM and the Built Environment
- Chapter 14: CGE Analysis of Border Tax Adjustments
- Chapter 15: Effectiveness of the Danish Packaging Tax
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