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UK's climate change levy: cost effectiveness, competitiveness and environmental impacts

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  • Varma, Adarsh, 2003. "UK's climate change levy: cost effectiveness, competitiveness and environmental impacts," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 31(1), pages 51-61, January.
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    1. Sueyoshi, Toshiyuki & Goto, Mika, 2010. "Measurement of a linkage among environmental, operational, and financial performance in Japanese manufacturing firms: A use of Data Envelopment Analysis with strong complementary slackness condition," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 207(3), pages 1742-1753, December.
    2. Grant Allan & Peter McGregor & Kim Swales & Karen Turner, "undated". "The UK Climate Change Levy and the Potential for Double-Dividend Effects under Different Labour Market Specifications: a Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for the United Kingdom," Energy and Environmental Modeling 2007 24000001, EcoMod.
    3. Cherrington, R. & Goodship, V. & Meredith, J. & Wood, B.M. & Coles, S.R. & Vuillaume, A. & Feito-Boirac, A. & Spee, F. & Kirwan, K., 2012. "Producer responsibility: Defining the incentive for recycling composite wind turbine blades in Europe," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 47(C), pages 13-21.
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    5. Biggs, Jeffrey & Laaksonen-Craig, Susanna, 2004. "Viability Of Carbon Offset Generating Projects In Boreal Ontario," Working Papers 18162, University of Victoria, Resource Economics and Policy.

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