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Edited By: Timothy O'Riordan
338 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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  • Ecotaxation ISBN: 9781853832635 Hardback Jan 1997 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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With contributions from leading UK government, academic, private and voluntary sector experts, this book looks at the case for environmental taxation, at both the micro and macro levels.


Environmental taxation, environmental policy and social justice, Tim O'Riordan; tax theory and the scope for environmental taxation, Stephen Smith; hypothecation - a view from the Treasury, Michael Spackman; hypothecation and social policy, Geoff Mulgan; the OECD experience in environmental taxation, J.-P. Barde; the Dutch experience, Hans Vos; landfill taxation, David Pearce et al; water taxation, Paul Harrington; the OFWAT experience, Judith Rees; the sustainability fund in British Columbia, jon O'Riordan; the politics of carbon taxation, Tim O'Riordan and Andrew Jordan; the EC experience, A. Majocchi; the scope for real change, David Gee; the view of NGOs, Ben Plowden; environmental taxation 20 years on, Tim O'Riordan.

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Edited By: Timothy O'Riordan
338 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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