Feasibility of Incentive Based Environmental Instruments in State and Central Taxation Regimes
D K Srivastava and
C Bhujanga Rao
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Taxation policies in India have historically not been environmentally oriented. A tax system is needed whic is environmentally more rational. It is argued in this study that India is currently going through a major reform of indirect taxes aimed at ushering in a comprehensive regime of taxation of goods and services by April 1, 2010 and this is the appropriate time to make the entire tax regime environmentally rational. [MONOGRAPH 9/2010].
Keywords: feasibility; Environmental Instruments; central taxation; state; Carbon Dioxide Emissions; consumption; fossil fuels; Gross Domestic Product; emissions; India; Environment Quality; automobiles; land; districts; River Conservation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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