This publication brings together the reports presented at the 2003 OECD workshop on Ex-Post Evaluation of Tradeable Permits and reviews the recent secondary literature on the evaluation of tradeable permits and policy evaluation.
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Environmental Pollution and Product Charges in Armenia: Assessment of Reform Progress and Direction for Further Improvement
Seminar proceedings (Part 1 and 2), from the OECD Seminar on "Extended Producer Responsibility Programme Implementation and Assessment".
Proceedings of the OECD Workshop on Environmentally Harmful Subsidies held on 7-8 November 2002. For the first time, experts from government and international organisations, academics, researchers and civil society took stock of and shared knowledge of subsidies and their environmental impacts, in the context of such diverse areas as agriculture, fisheries, energy, industry, transport, forestry and water resources.
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Tradable permits are rarely introduced alone, but are instead usually implemented with other policies such as regulations and taxes. This report examines the interactions between tradable permits and other policies, and sets out conditions under which it is preferable to use them in combination.
This paper gives an overview of issues and policy options concerning competitiveness and environmentally related taxes, and offers some suggestions on further research needs.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the European Environment Agency have developed a database which will help governments choose a mix of economic instruments and voluntary approaches for environmental protection.
This document contains the papers prepared for a conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform hosted by the OECD and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, held in Berlin, Germany, 27 June 2002.
This study uses a partial equilibrium model of the steel sector to explore short to medium term impacts on the competitiveness of the steel sector of a potential broader use of economic instruments to limit CO2 emissions.
OECD, in co-operation with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany, hosted an open international conference on environmental fiscal reform, on 27 June 2002 in Berlin, Germany.