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Politique énergétique : aspects stratégiques de la question des approvisionnements

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  • Bertrand Villeneuve
  • Anna Creti

[eng] Energy Policy : Strategic Aspects of the Supply Issue. This article treats energy taxation principles in the light of the need to optimise supply by non-EU suppliers. Our model distinguishes and evaluates the three terms of an optimum tax : budget, environment and strategy. Their values depend on technological data (output) and habits (consumption) as well as the balance of power between the Community and its suppliers. The proposed scenarios can be used to discuss and suggest improvements in the energy policy. [fre] Nous traitons des fondements de la fiscalité de l’énergie dans une perspective d’optimisation des approvisionnements auprès de fournisseurs étrangers à la Communauté européenne. Notre modèle permet de distinguer et d’évaluer trois termes formant la taxe optimale : le terme strictement budgétaire, le terme environnemental et le terme stratégique. Les valeurs dépendent de données technologiques (production) et des valeurs des usages (consommation), mais également du rapport de force entre la Communauté et ses fournisseurs. Nous pouvons, à partir des discussions fondées sur les scénarios proposés, suggérer des améliorations de la politique énergétique.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Économie & prévision.

Volume (Year): 158 (2003)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 73-88

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Handle: RePEc:prs:ecoprv:ecop_0249-4744_2003_num_158_2_6903
Note: DOI:10.3406/ecop.2003.6903
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