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.
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This document presents the Summary and Main Conclusions of the Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform, held in Berlin in June 2002.
This publication presents the proceedings of an OECD workshop on domestic TPs held in September 2001 in Paris.
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Presentation by Jürgen Tritten, Federal Ministry of the Environment, Germany (english version)
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Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform (Berlin, 27 June 2002): Comments on Issues Paper by Klaus Bräunig, Bundesverbandes der Deutschen Industrie, Germany
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Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform (Berlin, 27 June 2002): Comments on Issues Paper by Xavier Delache, Ministry of Environment, France
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Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform (Berlin, 27 June 2002): Comments on Issues Paper by Sue Scott, Economic & Social Research Institute, Ireland
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Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform (Berlin, 27 June 2002): Comments on the Issues Paper by John Hontelez, European Environment Bureau
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Economic instruments - including environmentally related taxes - have proven effective to help OECD countries meet environmental challenges. These instruments make firms and households consider the costs on the environment when they make producti...