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Author Mooij, Ruud A. de.

Title Environmental taxation and the double dividend / Ruud A. de Mooij.

Published Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier Science BV, 2000.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  336.27 MOOI {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description xviii, 292 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Contributions to economic analysis ; 246.
Contributions to economic analysis ; 246.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [281]-292).
Contents 2 A survey of the double-dividend literature 11 -- 2.1 Early literature 12 -- 2.2 Recent literature 17 -- 2.3 Tax-shifting 21 -- 2.4 Political-economy issues 24 -- 2.5 Interactions between dividends 27 -- 3 Environmental tax reform in the benchmark model 29 -- 3.1 Benchmark model 30 -- 3.2 Environmental taxes on households 40 -- 3.3 Environmental taxes on firms 47 -- 3.4 Optimal environmental taxes 51 -- 3.5 Numerical simulations 54 -- Appendix 3A Behavioral relations 57 -- Appendix 3B Marginal excess burden 59 -- Appendix 3C Analytical solution of the model 61 -- 4 Role of capital mobility and factor substitution 65 -- 4.1 Model with mobile capital in production 66 -- 4.2 Optimal taxation 72 -- 4.3 Tax reform from labor to pollution taxes 81 -- 4.4 Tax reform from capital to pollution taxes 85 -- 4.5 Model with fixed capital in production 88 -- 4.6 Optimal taxation 92 -- 4.7 Tax reform from labor to pollution taxes 98 -- 4.8 Numerical simulations 102 -- Appendix 4A Optimal taxes in the model with mobile capital 109 -- Appendix 4B Tax reform in the model with mobile capital 111 -- Appendix 4C Optimal taxes in the model with fixed capital 114 -- Appendix 4D Tax reform in the model with fixed capital 117 -- 5 Environmental taxes as trade-policy instruments 121 -- 5.1 Three-country model 123 -- 5.2 Tax shifting to foreign suppliers of polluting inputs 134 -- 5.3 Tax shifting to foreign users of intermediate inputs 141 -- 5.4 Numerical simulations 146 -- 6 Environmental taxes and distributional concerns 153 -- 6.1 Model with heterogeneous households 156 -- 6.2 Environmental tax reform 166 -- 6.3 Numerical simulations 174 -- 7 Labor-market imperfections and the triple dividend 179 -- 7.1 Model with an imperfect labor market 182 -- 7.2 Environmental tax reform 194 -- 7.3 Numerical simulations 209 -- 8 Feedback effects of the environment on the economy 219 -- 8.1 Production externalities 222 -- 8.2 Non-separable consumption externalities 228 -- 8.3 Numerical simulations 233 -- 9 Green tax reform in an endogenous growth model 237 -- 9.1 Model 238 -- 9.2 Effects on growth, pollution and welfare 251 -- 9.3 Tax shifting 255 -- 9.4 Pollution permits 260 -- Appendix 9A Linearizing the factor-demand equations 265 -- Appendix 9B Welfare effects 268 -- Appendix 9C Solution of the model 270 -- Appendix 9D Pollution permits 272.
Subject Environmental impact charges -- Netherlands.
ISBN 0444504915