Fiscal instruments in environmental policy
Stephen Smith (),
Stephen McKay () and
Fiscal Studies, 1990, vol. 11, issue 4, 1-20
Environmental problems now figure prominently on the policy agenda in both london and Brussels. The recent Environment White Paper, This Common Inheritance, has signalled the British Government's intention that policy in a wide range of areas should reflect environmental concerns, and both Britain and the European Community have been active participants in international negotiations on cross-country and global environmental problems.
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