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Carbon pricing versus renewable subsidies

To drive down emissions, should politicians introduce policies that subsidise renewable power, or policies that make polluting more expensive? Economists Klaus Gugler, Adhurim Haxhimusa and Mario Liebensteiner have analysed the data to find out. 

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EW Apr 21 pp22-23.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Carbon taxation - Subsidies -

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