Utilité séparable dans le temps, offre de travail endogène et capital humain. De nouveaux enseignements sur le lien environnement-croissance
This article shows that with time separable preferences (between consumption and leisure), the environmental tax enhances the long run accumulation of human capital because labor supply (i) only depends on wage and not on the level of consumption and (ii) influences the returns to education. This result challenges the findings by Hettich  that the environmental tax does not affect the bgpaccumulation of human capital when final output is the source of pollution and preferences are time non-separable. Classification JEL : J24, O41, Q58.
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