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By using estimates from a Demographically-Scaled Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand System (DQUAIDS), we investigate how the German car fuels tax changes the private households’ CO2 emissions, living… (More)
By using estimates from an Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS), we investigate how the German energy tax on car fuels changes the private households-CO2 emissions, living standards, and post-tax income… (More)
Three essays which deal with households’ energy demand and CO2 emissions are part of the dissertation. The first paper examines the environmental, distributive, and welfare effects of the car fuels… (More)