Simulating a combination of feebates and scrappage incentives to reduce automobile emissions

@inproceedings{BenDor2006SimulatingAC,
  title={Simulating a combination of feebates and scrappage incentives to reduce automobile emissions},
  author={Todd K. BenDor and Andrew Ford},
  year={2006}
}
This article explains a computer simulation analysis of financial incentives to promote the sale and use of cleaner vehicles. The analysis focuses first on feebates, a combination of fees and rebates to promote the sale of cleaner new vehicles. The analysis assumes that buyers of new cars may chose between vehicles fueled by gasoline, alcohol, electricity and compressed natural gas. The market shares for new car sales are based on a discrete-choice model estimated from a stated preference… CONTINUE READING

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