Environmental Taxation And Climate Change
Achieving Environmental Sustainability through Fiscal Policy
, Julsuchada Sirisom
, Hope Ashiabor
, Janet E. Milne
Edited by Larry Kreiser, Professor Emeritus of Accounting, Cleveland State University, US, Julsuchada Sirisom, Lecturer of Accountancy, Mahasarakham University, Thailand, Hope Ashiabor, Associate Professor of Law, Macquarie University, Australia and Janet E. Milne, Professor of Law, Vermont Law School, US
|2011 256 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 786 5
|ebook isbn 978 0 85793 787 2
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Series: Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation series
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‘The level of public and political debate on carbon taxes is low. Politicians fear the impact of a carbon tax on businesses and low income groups, as well as on their popularity among voters. This valuable book studies carbon taxes from many angles with ample attention paid to practical examples and shows that a smartly designed carbon tax is an indispensable instrument in the transition to a less carbon dependent economy.’
– Jonathan Verschuuren, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Contributors: H.W. Batt, C.M. Black, N.A. Braathen, F. Carraro, E. Cela, J. de Cendra de Larragán, D. Gee, J.T. Geekie, S.-A. Joseph, S. Kaneko, A. Kennedy, H.S. Kwon, P.J. Lee, G. Panella, S.-J. Park, W. Phromlah, J. Sirisom, S. Speck, H. Sprohge, R.O. Tavallali, R.H. Weber, M. Yamazaki, A. Zatti
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Containing an authoritative set of original essays, Environmental Taxation and Climate Change provides fresh insights and analysis on how environmental sustainability can be achieved through fiscal policy.
Written by distinguished environmental taxation scholars from around the world, this timely volume covers a range of hotly debated subjects including carbon related taxation in OECD countries, implications of environmental tax reforms, innovative environmental taxation and behavioural strategies, as well as many other relevant topics.
This up-to-date and well-informed book will appeal to policymakers in government as well as students, researchers and academics in environmental law and other academic disciplines.
Nils Axel Braathen
PART I: ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION OVERVIEW
1. Carbon-related Taxation in OECD Countries and Interactions between Policy Instruments
Nils Axel Braathen
2. Implications of Environmental Tax Reforms: Revisited
Stefan Speck and David Gee
3. Comparisons between the Cap and Trade System and Carbon Taxation: Is the USA Ready for a Carbon Tax?
Paul J. Lee, Rahmat O. Tavallali, Hai Sook Kwon and John T. Geekie
PART II: ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION POLICY CONSIDERATIONS
4. Innovative Taxation Strategies Supporting Climate Change Resilience
Rolf H. Weber
5. Why Should There Always be a Loser in Environmental Taxation?
6. Behavioural Strategies to Support Climate Change Resilience
Amanda Kennedy and Wanida Phromlah
PART III: ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT
7. Taxing Land Rents for Urban Livability and Sustainability
H. William Batt
8. Land Management and Local Taxation in Italy
Giorgio Panella, Andrea Zatti and Fiorenza Carraro
PART IV: ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES
9. Coal Mining: The Neglected Environmental Threat
Hans Sprohge and Julsuchada Sirisom
10. Great Lakes Water Quality and Restoration Programs
Rahmat O. Tavallali and Paul J. Lee
11. The Use of Market based Mechanisms to Bolster Forest Carbon
Celeste M. Black
PART IV: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION SCHEMES
12. Price Signal or Tax Signal? An International Panel Data Analysis on Gasoline Demand Reaction
13. The CDM and the Built Environment
Javier de Cendra de Larragán
14. CGE Analysis of Border Tax Adjustments
15. Effectiveness of the Danish Packaging Tax
Enian Cela and Shinji Kaneko