Extended producer responsibility in oligopoly

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Hiroaki Ino;
(2007)
  • Journal: Economics Bulletin,volume 17,issue 6,pages1-9
  • Subject:
    • jel: jel:Q2 | jel:L1

I investigate the optimal environmental tax under a policy based on extended producer responsibility (EPR) in oligopoly markets. I introduce the recycling market and explicitly consider how these policies affect the incentive for recycling. I derive the optimal tax rule... View more
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