Is a fair energy transition possible? Evidence from the French low-carbon strategy
Frédéric Ghersi and
Ecological Economics, 2022, vol. 196, issue C
The distributional consequences of environmental policies are a major issue for the public acceptability of energy transitions, as the Yellow-vest demonstrations highlighted. Our research objective is to assess the short and mid-term distributional impacts of policy packages on firms and households – rather than of single policy instruments - including carbon taxing, technology adoption subsidies and compensating lump-sum transfers. We offer insights on the fair transition promoted by the EU Fit-for-55 proposal with a case-study on two successive versions of the French low-carbon strategy.
Keywords: Distributional effects; Environmental taxes and subsidies; Low-carbon strategy; Macro-micro modelling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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