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Renewable Portfolio Standards and implicit tax-subsidy schemes: Structural differences induced by quantity and proportional mandates

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  • Amigues, Jean-Pierre
  • Chakravorty, Ujjayant
  • Lafforgue, Gilles
  • Moreaux, Michel

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