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Environment, Incentives and the Common Market

Series: Environment & Policy, Vol. 4

Dietz, F.J., Vollebergh, Herman, de Vries, Jan L. (Eds.)

1995, VII, 179 p.

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  • About this book

Although economists have long advocated the use of economic instruments in the implementation of environmental policy, they have only recently gained acceptance. There is a growing consensus within the European Union that both Member States and the environment would benefit from the use of such incentive-based economic instruments.
Environment, Incentives and the Common Market has been written by members of the Study Group on the Environment and Economics of the National Environmental Forum, which includes economists and social scientists from all the major Dutch universities and research institutes. The book covers a wide range of topics on the use of taxation and tradeable permits in a variety of abatement policies. It concludes with comments on political feasibility.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Europe - agriculture - emission - environment - environmental policy - transport - transport policy

Related subjects » Environmental / Development / Agricultural Economics - Environmental Management - Pollution and Remediation

Table of contents 

Foreword. 1. Economic instruments: theory and complications; F.J. Dietz, et al. 2. Nutrient emissions form agriculture: an alternative for the current abatement policies in EU countries; F.J. Dietz, H. Heijnes. 3. Hybrid economic instruments for European carbon policy; P.R. Koutstaal, et al. 4. A European solvent tax to reduce VOC emissions; X. Olsthoorn, et al. 5. Economic instruments in EU waste policy; J. Krozer, et al. 6. Pricing instruments for transport policy; B. van Wee. 7. Tradeable permits for transito traffic through Austria; P.R. Koutstaal. 8. Prospects for European environmental tax reform; R.A. de Mooij, H.R.J. Vollebergh. 9. A comment on political feasibility; A. de Savornin Loman. List of contributors. Index.

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