市場ベースの環境保護ツール<br>Market Based Instruments : National Experiences in Environmental Sustainability (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation)

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市場ベースの環境保護ツール
Market Based Instruments : National Experiences in Environmental Sustainability (Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 204 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781782548713
  • DDC分類 344

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This detailed book explores how market based environmental strategies are used in various countries around the world. It investigates how successful sustainability strategies used by one country can be transferred and used successfully in other countries, with a minimum of new research and experimentation. Leading environmental taxation scholars discuss this question and analyse a set of key case studies.This enriching and detailed book will appeal to policy makers in government, as well as to professors in environmental law, environmental economics and environmental sustainability programmes. Students in these fields will also find much to benefit them in this book.

Table of Contents

        List of figures                            vii
List of tables viii
Editorial review board ix
List of contributors xi
Preface xii
List of abbreviations xiii
PART I NATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE EUROPEAN
UNION
1 Less pain, more gain: the potential of 3 (20)
carbon pricing to reduce Europe's fiscal
deficits
John Ward
Robin Smale
Max Krahe
Jacqueline Cottrell
2 Monetary instruments to promote 23 (18)
technological innovation -- the German
Renewable Energy Act
Monika Bohm
3 Providing environmental taxes with an 41 (22)
environmental purpose
Tatiana Falcao
4 Signaling effects of carbon tax in 63 (14)
Sweden: an empirical analysis using a state
space model
Yasushi Ito
PART II NATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN ASIA-PACIFIC
5 Tokyo's greenhouse gas emissions trading 77 (17)
scheme: a model for sustainable megacity
carbon markets
Sven Rudolph
Takeshi Kawakatsu
6 Economic impact analysis on China's 94 (12)
environmental tax reform through a static
computable general equilibrium analysis
Changbo Qin
Jinnan Wang
Chazhong Ge
Shuting Gao
Qianqian Liu
Yajuan Ren
7 The extraterritorial impact of the EU and 106 (29)
Australian carbon-restricting reforms
Juscelino F. Colares
8 Levelling the playing field or playing on 135 (24)
unlevel fields: the industry assistance
framework under the European Union ETS, the
New Zealand ETS, and Australia's CPM
Elena de Lemos Pinto Aydos
PART III NATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN NORTH AMERICA
9 Assessing British Columbia's carbon tax 159 (20)
design: public and stakeholder perspectives
Ekaterina Rhodes
Matt Horne
10 Incentives for the use of natural gas 179 (14)
powered vehicles in the United States, New
Zealand and Australia
Bill Butcher
Hans Sprohge
Rahmat Tavallali
Larry Kreiser
Index 193