Environmental Tax Reform and the Labour Market: The Double Dividend in Different Labour Market Regimes

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 125 pages
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During the 1990s and 2000s the issue of general welfare double dividend (an improvement in environmental quality combined with a positive welfare effect) triggered by a tax shift from labour to energy resources has been extensively debated. In this book,
 

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Contents

General aspects of environmental tax reform
5
11 Empirical evidence of environmental tax reform
11
12 The critical view on environmental tax reform
33
production input demand and goods demand
41
14 Environmental tax reform in the common model framework
47
Theoretical assessment of different labour market regimes
55
21 Competitive labour markets
58
22 Union wagebargaining
61
32 Tax shifts in the Union wagebargaining
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33 Tax shifts in the efficiency wage model
84
Environmental tax reform in different labour market regimes applications
89
GEME3
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42 An application of GEME3
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E3ME
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44 An application of E3ME
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5 Conclusions
110

23 Efficiency wages in a search model
65
24 Conclusions for modeling the labour market
72
Environmental tax reform in different labour market regimes theory
74
31 Tax shifts in the competitive model
77
References
117
Index
121
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