Externality-correcting taxes and regulation

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Vidar Christiansen; Stephen Smith;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Institute for Fiscal Studies
  • Subject: H21 | H23 | Policy-Mix | Externalities, Pigouvian taxes, regulations | Verbrauchsteuer | externalities | Regulierung | regulations | Internalisierung externer Effekte | Pigouvian taxes | Theorie
    • jel: jel:H21 | jel:H23
      ddc: ddc:330

Much of the literature on externalities has considered taxes and direct regulation as alternative policy instruments. Both instruments may in practice be imperfect, reflecting informational deficiencies and other limitations. We analyse the use of taxes and regulation i... View more
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