Domestic Environmental Policy and International Factor Mobility: A General Equilibrium Analysis

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Stefan Felder ; Reto Schleiniger (1995)
  • Journal: Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics, volume 131, issue III September, pages 547-558

This paper studies the conditions under which a green tax reform not only benefits the environment but also enhances the efficiency of the tax system. The focus is on the consequences of international factor mobility for the scope of a double dividend. The investigation... View more
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