Primary and embedded steel imports to the U.S.: implications for the design of border tax adjustments.

Abstract

Carbon Border Tax Adjustments (BTAs) are a politically popular strategy for avoiding competitive disadvantage problems when a country implements a unilateral climate change policy. A BTA taxes carbon embodied in imported goods in order to protect domestic industry and motivate other countries to implement climate change policy. To estimate the effectiveness… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es101010u

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@article{Izard2010PrimaryAE, title={Primary and embedded steel imports to the U.S.: implications for the design of border tax adjustments.}, author={Catherine Finlay Izard and Christopher L. Weber and H. Scott Matthews}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2010}, volume={44 17}, pages={6563-9} }