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- Kosch, Mirjam, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Environmental and resource economics 2018 v.70 no.2 pp. 483-516
- carbon markets; cost effectiveness; economic costs; energy use and consumption; environmental policy; fuels; households; mineral oil; models; taxes
- ... Employing a numerical general equilibrium model with multiple fuels, end-use sectors, heterogeneous households, and transport externalities, this paper examines three motives for differentiated carbon pricing in the context of Swiss climate policy: fiscal interactions with the existing tax code, non-[Formula: see text] related transport externalities, and social equity concerns. Interaction effect ...