The critical issues in environmental taxation series provides insights and analysis on environmental taxation issues on an international basis and explores detailed theories for achieving environmental goals through fiscal policy each book in the series contains pioneering and thought provoking contributions by the worlds leading . Critical issues in environmental taxation volume iv international and comparative perspectives kurt deketelaere janet e milne lawrence a kreiser and hope ashiabor provides detailed insights on the use of fiscal and market instruments to address the challenge of environmental degradation. Volume vi in the critical issues in environmental taxation series contains an interdisciplinary selection of peer reviewed papers written by international experts in the field the volume contains nearly forty articles written by authors representing disciplines such as law economics accounting taxation environmental policy and political sciences. Volume v in the critical issues in environmental taxation series is an interdisciplinary selection of papers on economic instruments written by international experts from in the field the volume contains forty articles written by authors from sixteen countries and representing disciplines such as law economics accounting taxation environmental policy and political sciences. Environmental pricing studies in policy choices and interactions edited by larry kreiser professor emeritus of accounting cleveland state university usa mikael skou andersen professor of environmental policy analysis aarhus university denmark birgitte egelund olsen professor of law aarhus university denmark stefan speck
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