The Impact of Environmental Taxes on Firm’s Technology and Entry Decisions

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Ana Espinola-Arredondo; Boying Liu;
(2014)
  • Subject: Adoption; Market Structure; Emission ta
    • jel: jel:Q58 | jel:H23 | jel:L12

This paper investigates conditions under which the regulator can strate- gically set an emission fee as a tool to induce Örms to adopt a green tech- nology and, also, promote (or hinder) entry deterrence. We consider a market in which a monopolistic incumbent faces the ... View more
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