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Greening the Budget

Edited by J. Peter Clinch, Kai Schlegelmilch, Rolf-Ulrich Sprenger and Ursula Triebswetter

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Abstract: Greening the Budget regards the fundamental cause of environmental degradation as government and market failure and proposes the use of budgets as an instrument of environmental policy to rectify this problem. The book focuses on the elements of the public budget which currently affect the environment and explores the scope for greening both revenue and expenditure through specific measures.

Keywords: Economics and Finance; Environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2002
ISBN: 9781840647532
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Can we tell a perverse subsidy if we see one? Downloads
Jan H.M. Pieters and Helen Mountford
Ch 2 The perversity of government subsidies for energy and water Downloads
André de Moor and Cees van Beers
Ch 3 Promoting green budget reforms in the USA: the experience of Friends of the Earth Downloads
Gawain Kripke
Ch 4 Green budget reform: case study of Slovenia Downloads
Kai Schlegelmilch and Tanja Markovic-Hribernik
Ch 5 Evaluating environmental taxes: recent experiences and proposals for the future Downloads
Stefan Speck and Paul Ekins
Ch 6 A review of environmentally damaging tax concessions in Germany Downloads
Ursula Triebswetter
Ch 7 Energy Subsidies in Germany Downloads
Bettina Meyer
Ch 8 Designing a land-use tax Downloads
Kilian Bizer
Ch 9 Italian waste management: comparing revenues from a general tax with a quantity-related fee Downloads
Luciano Messori
Ch 10 The provision of public goods – sending the right price signals Downloads
Eirik Romstad
Ch 11 Technical potential for CO2 emissions reductions and the scope for subsidies Downloads
Johan Albrecht
Ch 12 Assessing subsidies in a second-best world: The case of forestry in Ireland Downloads
J. Peter Clinch
Ch 13 Economic instruments for agri-environmental policy: what, when, and what for? Downloads
Dominic Hogg
Ch 14 European Union agri-environmental policy: issues and potentials Downloads
Frank J. Convery, John Fry, Alan Matthews and Anne Pender
Ch 15 Subsidies to the farming sector: who receives direct payments in Ireland? Downloads
Sue Scott
Ch 16 The case of public purchasing and green procurement at the municipal level: the local and the European dimension Downloads
Arndt Mielisch and Christoph Erdmenger
Ch 17 Cooperative procurement: market transformation for energy-efficient products Downloads
Katrin Ostertag and Carsten Dreher

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