Overview Articles And Comparison Of Different Taxes: Thomas Sterner and Gunnar Kohlin (2003), Environmental taxes in Europe; Asa Lofgren and Henrik Hammar (2000), The phase-out of leaded gasoline in the EU: a successful failure?. Issues Related To The Feasibility Of Implementing Taxes: Alan Krupnick, Winston Harrington and Anna Alberini (2001), Public support for pollution fee policies for motor vehicles with revenue recycling: Survey Results; Sara E. West and Roberton C. Williams III (2004), Estimates from a consumer demand system: implications for the incidence of environmental taxes. Institutional Aspects: Dawn Erlandson (1994), The BTU tax experience: what happened and why it happened; Henrik Hammar, Asa Lofgren and Thomas Sterner (2004), Political economy obstacles to fuel taxation; Randall A. Bluffstone (2003), Environmental taxes in developing and transition economies; Patrick Soderholm (2001), Environmental policy in transition economies: Will Pollution charges work? Per G. Fredriksson and Daniel L. Millimet (2004), Comparative politics and environmental taxation. Ex-Ante Analysis: Lars Garn Hansen (1999), A deposit-refund system applied to non-point nitrogen emissions from agriculture; Diana L. Moss and James R. Tybout (1994), The scope for fuel substitution in manufacturing industries: a case study of Chile and Colombia; Nick Johnstone, Jaime Echeverria, Ina Porras and Ronald Mejias (2001), The environmental consequences of tax differentiation by vehicle age in Costa Rica; Masayoshi Tanishita, Shigeru Kashima and William Hayes (2003), Impact analysis of car-related taxes on fuel consumption in Japan; Gunnar S. Eskeland (1994), A presumptive pigovian tax: complementing regulation to mimic an emission fee; James M. Griffin (1974), An econometrics evaluation of sulfur taxes; Adarsh Varma (2003), UK's Climate change levy: cost effectiveness, competitiveness and environmental impacts. Ex-Post Analysis Of Existing Tax Systems: Don Fullerton and Thomas C. Kinnaman (1996), Household responses to pricing garbage by the bag; Thomas C. Kinnaman and Don Fullerton (2000), Garbage and recycling with endogenous local policy; Hua Wang and David Wheeler (2003), Equilibrium pollution and economic development in China; Chia Ngee-Choon and Sock-Yong Phang (2001), Motor vehicle taxes as an environmental management instrument: the case of Singapore; Annegrete Bruvoll and Bodil Merethe Larsen (2004), Greenhouse gas emissions in Norway: Do Carbon Taxes Work?. Specific Implementation Aspects: Thomas Zylicz (1995), Cost-effectiveness of air pollution abatement in Poland; Susmita Dasgupta, Benoit Laplante, Niandu Mamingi and Hua Wang (2001), Inspections, pollution prices, and environmental performance: evidence from China; Erik Gawel (2001), Enforcement of environmental charges: some economic aspects and evidence from the German waste water charge; Michael Common (1985), The distributional implications of higher energy prices in the UK; Sara E. West (2004), Distributional effects of alternative vehicle pollution control policies; Index.