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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Environmental Pricing: Studies in Policy Choices and Interactions

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Edited by: Larry et al Kreiser

ISBN13: 9781785360244
Published: August 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £80.00

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Environmental taxes can be efficient tools for successful environmental policy. Their use, however, has been limited in many countries. This thoughtful book explores the scope of environmental pricing and examines a variety of national experiences in environmental policy integration to identify the most effective use of taxation and policy for environmental sustainability.

Environmental taxes are seldom implemented in isolation and are applied in combination with other regulatory instruments. At issue is the critical lack of knowledge on how different policy instruments and taxes interact and work together. This perceptive book considers recent research on the environmental and economic impact of applying environmental taxes. Expert contributors come together to discuss the high potential for wider use of environmental taxation in combination with other policy instruments, and highlight key areas of current practice that must be addressed. Empirical studies of policy strategies are discussed to illustrate the extent to which current climate change policy is integrated against the proposed successful policy combinations that are presented in this insightful book.

Environmental pricing will be of interest to scholars, practitioners and policy makers alike in the areas of environmental law, environmental economics and environmental sustainability.

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Environmental Law
Foreword by Birgitte Egelund OlsenPreface
PART I CASE STUDIES IN POLICY INTEGRATION1. Climate Policy Integration: Evidence on Coherence in EU Policies Claudia Kettner, Daniela Kletzan-Slamanig and Angela Koppl
2. Tax Treatment of the Interaction between Water and Energy Marta Villar and Enrique Fonseca
3. Subsidies to Fossil Energy Consumption in Italy: Assessment and Interaction with the Electricity Market Marianna Antenucci and Michele Governatori
4. Toward a Sustainable Climate and Energy Policy Mix: Insights from Theory and the Case of Japan Sven Rudolph, Takeshi Kawakatsu and Achim Lerch
5. European Renewable Energy Market Governance and Economic Crisis: a Taxation Makeover with Greece as a Case Study Ioanna Mersinia

6. Reforming Fossil Fuel Subsidies: Will it Make a Difference? Malgorzata Kicia and Manfred Rosenstock
7. Tax Expenditures to Promote Environmentally Responsible Investment Maria Amparo Grau Ruiz
8. Do you Get What you Pay for with United States Climate Change Tax Provisions? Hans Sprohge and Larry Kreiser
9. Supporting Emission Reductions through a Viable Wind Energy Industry: Lessons for Australia Karen Bubna-Litic

PART III COMPETITIVENESS CONSIDERATIONS10. Environmental Border Tax Adjustments (BTAs): A Forgotten History Alice Pirlot
11. Renewable Energy: Subsidies and Taxes as Competition Distortion Rolf H. Weber
12. The Impact of Environmental Tax on Enterprise Competitiveness in China Jian Wu and Yujiao Mao

13. Reclaiming the "T" Word: Ways of Improving Communication and Public Acceptance of Environmental Fiscal Reform in Europe Jacqueline Cottrell
14. Regulatory Taxes as an Instrument to Foster Sustainability Transitions: An Exploratory Analysis Kris Bachus and Frederic Vanswijgenhoven
15. Resilience Based Policy for Groundwater Protection Deborah L. Jarvie