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Working Paper 02-10 - The PLANET model - Methodological Report: The Car Stock Module

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  • Inge Mayeres
  • Maud Nautet
  • Alex Van Steenbergen

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The vehicle stock module calculates the size and composition of the car stock. Its output is a full description of the car stock in every year, by vehicle type, age and (emission) technology of the vehicle. The vehicle stock is represented in the detail needed to compute transport emissions. The integration of the car stock module in PLANET will allow to better capture the impact of changes in fixed and variable taxes levied on cars. Among these impacts, the effect on the environment is of particular interest.

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Paper provided by Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium in its series Working Papers with number 1002.

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Date of creation: 25 Feb 2010
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Handle: RePEc:fpb:wpaper:1002

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Keywords: Passenger road transport; Vehicle stock modelling;

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  1. Dominique Gusbin & Marie Vandresse, 2011. "Working Paper 02-11 - Analyse de politiques de transport : rapprochement des accises sur les carburants et Eurovignette III," Working Papers 1102, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.

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