Social welfare Promotion, Carbon Emission and Tax
Haider Ellalee and
Walid Y. Alali
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The objective of this research is to find the preferable carbon taxation regime to achieve net-zero carbon emissions and enhance social welfare levels. Two regimes were discussed in this paper, including a carbon tax at the aggregate level of social welfare (CTTW) and a carbon tax at the level of single social welfare (CTSW). The results present a preferable regime depending on the substitution of the product and product price flexibility of demand. Not only does industrial transformation bring about changes in the substitution of the product and demand flexibility in product prices, but as well both regimes also have a serious effect on achieving net zero carbon emissions and enhancing the level of social welfare.
Keywords: Social welfare; Carbon Tax; Carbon Emission; Environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B22 C33 D12 E65 I13 Q48 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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