Transport policy and transport tax reform

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Potter, Stephen; Parkhurst, Graham;

We are now entering a new phase of transport policy fiscal instruments. Rather than reforming existing measures, the UK and several other countries are moving towards replacing the whole transport taxation regime. This article reviews the ways that car taxation is used ... View more
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