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Hierachical Regression Equations

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Taxes on environmental externalities have long been recognized in the economics literature as a cost effective mechanism for reducing the costs of environmental degradation. However, in recent years there has been substantial interest in other possible benefits from environmental taxes, most notably, the economic gains that could result from substituting revenues from environmental taxes for conventional, distortionary taxes on labor income or other goods and services. Emerging from this literature is the double dividend hypothesis that the economic gains from environmental taxes will be greater if the revenues are used to reduce distortionary taxes rather than be returned to consumers through lump sum transfers. Most theoretical and empirical research on the double dividend has been conducted under the assumption of a closed economy. This assumption removes the possibly important effects of interregional factor mobility and interregional trade. Moreover it is an unrealistic assumption for most economies, and especially for those of small countries or sub national political jurisdictions, such as states.

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Dr. Meyer Nassim received his Ph.D in 2002. Now he is working asprofessor at The University of California Los Angeles. Actuallyhe is teaching Science. He has one daughter and is very happywith his wife Shina.

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Titre: Hierachical Regression Equations
Sous-titre: Interpretation of Results
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Code EAN: 9783838333854
ISBN: 3838333853
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 164
Poids: 261g
Taille: H220mm x B150mm x T10mm

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