A review of environmentally damaging tax concessions in Germany
Chapter 6 in Greening the Budget, 2002 from Edward Elgar Publishing
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.
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