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Rendre acceptable la nécessaire taxation du carbone. Quelles pistes pour la France ?

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Reprendre en France la trajectoire de la taxe carbone suppose de surmonter les nombreux obstacles à son acceptation par la population. Cet article recense d'abord les arguments propres à convaincre le public de l'efficacité de la tarification du carbone pour réduire les émissions. Puis, sur la base de la littérature et à la lumière d'expériences internationales, il expose des propositions de mesures d'accompagnement propres à combattre les effets potentiellement défavorables sur l'emploi, à traiter les questions d'équité, à répondre au besoin de justice sociale, et à permettre de restaurer la confiance politique indispensable à l'acceptation de politiques climatiques efficaces.
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  • Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, 2022. "Rendre acceptable la nécessaire taxation du carbone. Quelles pistes pour la France ?," Revue de l'OFCE, Presses de Sciences-Po, vol. 0(1), pages 15-53.
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