Market-Based Environmental Policies

@inproceedings{Stavins1998MarketBasedEP,
  title={Market-Based Environmental Policies},
  author={Robert Stavins and Robert Stavins and Robert Stavins},
  year={1998}
}
Some eighty years ago, economists first proposed the use of corrective taxes to internalize environmental and other externalities. Fifty years later, the portfolio of potential economic-incentive instruments was expanded to include quantity-based mechanisms--tradable permits. Thus, economic-incentive approaches to environmental protection are clearly not a new policy idea, and over the past two decades, they have held varying degrees of prominence in environmental policy discussions. This paper… 
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