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Cost-effectiveness of a Uniform National Sulfur Emissions Tax
The study's main objectives are (1) to calculate the relationship between specified levels of a uniform national sulfur emissions tax, and the resulting reduction in projected emissions from primary stationary source emitters, (2) to estimate the costs of emission-reduction activities that ensue as a consequence of a given emission-tax level, and (3) to determine the tax revenue generated in light of alternative emission tax levels, and hence the total gross environmental costs imposed on sulfur emitters.
2. Cost-Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Analysis
3. Cost and Economic Impacts Analysis
4. Economic Incentives and Other Innovative Approaches
2. Cost-Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Analysis - Specific Sectors and Pollutants
2. Cost-Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Analysis - Incentives and Related Approaches
3. Costs and Economic Impact Analysis - Specific Sectors and Pollutants
3. Costs and Economic Impact Analysis - Economic Impacts
4. Economic Incentives and Other Innovative Approaches - Pollution Fees/Charges/TaxesEnvironmental Media:
a. Air - Stationary SourceAuthors:
Bingham, Tayler H.
Cooley, Philip C.
Fogel, Mark E.
Johnston, Donald R.
LeSourd, David A.
Miedema, Allen K.
Paddock, Richard E.
Simons, Jr., Mayrant
Wisler, Macmillan M.EPA Project Officer/ Manager:
Rose, MarshallGeographic Area: United StatesStudy Purpose: Empirical Application, Policy Evaluation
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City: Research Triangle Park State: NC ZIP:
- Report Details
FinalDate: 02/01/1974Number of Pages: 203EPA #:
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