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Hide details for Choosing the right instrument for the problemChoosing the right instrument for the problem
3.1. BACKGROUND
3.7. FINDING THE RIGHT INSTRUMENT FOR THE PROBLEM
TABLE 5. TABLE 3-5: USES OF ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS
FIGURE 1. FIGURE 3-1: INCREMENTAL DAMAGES AND COSTS OF CONTROLLING POLLUTION
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TABLE 2. TABLE 3-2: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF POTENTIAL SAVINGS FROM USING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES TO CONTROL WATER POLLUTION
5.1. INTRODUCTION
6.1.1.5. Evaluation of Emissions Trading Program
TABLE 3. TABLE 3-3: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF POTENTIAL SAVINGS FROM USING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES TO REDUCE SOLID WASTE
TABLE 21. TABLE 6-3: ESTIMATED AND AVERAGE REALIZED ALLOWANCE PRICES
TABLE 1. TABLE 3-1: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF POTENTIAL SAVINGS FROM USING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES TO CONTROL AIR POLLUTION
6.1.7. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
12. CONCLUSIONS
3.4. RELATIVE ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY
TABLE 4. TABLE 3-4: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF POTENTIAL SAVINGS FROM USING ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FROM OTHER POLLUTION-RELATED ACTIONS
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TABLE 41. TABLE 9-1: TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY (TRI) RELEASES BY INDUSTRY
9.2.2. Incentive Effect of the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)
11.1.3.3. Effluent Charges in Germany
11.10. CONCLUSIONS
11.1.3.4. Effluent Charges in the Netherlands
11.1.5.1. Charges on Agricultural Inputs
TABLE 42. TABLE 9-2: TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY (TRI) WASTE TRANSFERS
11.1.2.2. Charges in Less Industrialized Countries
9.2.1. Trends in Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Data
3.6. IMPACTS ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Hide details for Noteworthy incentive mechanisms used in foreign countriesNoteworthy incentive mechanisms used in foreign countries
11. FOREIGN EXPERIENCES WITH INCENTIVE SYSTEMS
11.3.2. Water Pollution
11.1.3.3. Effluent Charges in Germany
TABLE 46. TABLE 11-1: NOTEWORTHY INCENTIVE MECHANISMS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES
FIGURE 25. FIGURE 11-7: SINGAPORE ANNUAL ROAD TAX
11.1.5.2. Energy/carbon Taxes
FIGURE 27. FIGURE 11-9: MODES OF TRANSPORTATION IN SINGAPORE
11.1.3.4. Effluent Charges in the Netherlands
11.1.5.1. Charges on Agricultural Inputs
11.1.5.5. Singapore Road and Vehicle Taxation
11.2. DEPOSIT-REFUND MECHANISMS
FIGURE 26. FIGURE 11-8: PRIVATE CARS ENTERING SINGAPORE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
11.1.2.1. Sweden's Nitrogen Oxide Charge
Hide details for State effluent fees that vary with toxicity and volumeState effluent fees that vary with toxicity and volume
4.2.3. Examples of State Effluent Fees: Louisiana, California, and Wisconsin
Hide details for The merits of pollution taxes versus tradable permitsThe merits of pollution taxes versus tradable permits
3.3.3. Trading Systems
Hide details for Trends in the use of economic incentivesTrends in the use of economic incentives
TABLE 67. TABLE 11-22: SHARE OF ENVIRONMENTAL TAXES IN TOTAL TAX REVENUES IN OECD COUNTRIES
11.10. CONCLUSIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
11.9. TREND OF INCREASING USE OF ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
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3.3. INCENTIVE-BASED MECHANISMS
3.1. BACKGROUND
1.2. DEFINITIONS


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