This book is about the practicalities of introducing a carbon tax in the United States, set against the broader fiscal context.
This book develops a practical methodology to show how major environmental damage from energy can be quantified for different countries and used to design efficient energy taxes.
Natural resources are valuable but finite non-renewable national assets. This handbook explains how tax policy affects natural resource tax administration.
Energy subsidies cause overconsumption of petroleum products, coal, and natural gas. This overconsumption in turn aggravates global warming and worsens local pollution.
This book is of interest to Economics postgraduates and researchers working on resource issues, as well as professionals working on taxation of oil, gas and minerals/mining.
This volume provides practical guidelines for the design of fiscal policies to reduce greenhouse gases.
This volume explores the potential challenges to countries with abundant natural resources and ways to manage these challenges so as to reap the benefits of resource wealth while avoiding the pitfalls.