Comment distribuer les quotas de pollution ?. Une revue de la littérature
AbstractIn this article, the different methods that can be used to distribute pollution quotas are analysed. First, we present the free of charge allocations. Then, we give several kinds of allocation which raise revenue for the government. Finally, we compare these different allocations within a partial equilibrium framework and within a general equilibrium one.
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