Edited by Theodoros Zachariadis, Janet E. Milne, Mikael Skou Andersen and Hope Ashiabor
Critically assessing recent developments in environmental and tax legislation, and in particular low-carbon strategies, this timely book analyses the implementation of market-based instruments for achieving climate stabilisation objectives around the world.
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- Economic Instruments for a Low-carbon Future
- Editorial review board
- Chapter 1: Price support schemes in the service of the EU’s low-carbon energy transition
- Chapter 2: Tax incentives for photovoltaic power self-consumption: an analysis of the Spanish experience
- Chapter 3: The new Brazilian net metering system: a case study of the sustainable development of the country’s energy matrix with renewable sources
- Chapter 4: VAT rules for passenger travel by air and by train in the EU
- Chapter 5: Incentivizing favorable treatment of electric vehicles – developing best practices in the EU from the Austrian perspective
- Chapter 6: “Ecobonus” and “ecotax”: two recent Italian fiscal measures to promote the decarbonisation in the vehicles system
- Chapter 7: Australian carbon policy: two steps forward, one step backwards?
- Chapter 8: May Link prevail! Or: a comparative analysis of lessons learnt from (not) linking carbon markets in Japan and Oceania
- Chapter 9: Study on carbon emission reduction effect of environmental protection tax in China
- Chapter 10: How to reach Paris: a comprehensive long-term energy-economy scenario for Austria
- Chapter 11: The importance of a carbon tax for timely and cost-effective decarbonisation – a case study from Cyprus
- Chapter 12: Trigger or time fuse? An empirical methodology for detecting change points and pace in the diffusion of low-carbon technologies
- Chapter 13: The potential of reuse in the circular economy strategy: in search of a legal framework – the Italian tax perspective
- Chapter 14: Environmental taxation in sub-Saharan Africa: barriers and policy options
- Chapter 15: Implications of Denmark’s water price reform for riverine and coastal surface water quality
- Chapter 16: Reduction of biodiversity harmful subsidies and compensatory payments for agricultural pollutants in Germany
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