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Taxation dynamique dans le cadre d'une industrie polluante concurrentielle et de deux variables de contrôle

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  • Dominique Prunetti

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[fre] Notre contribution consiste à présenter la règle de taxation temporelle qui permet l'atteinte de l'optimum de bien-être social en présence d'une externalité de stock lorsque des activités de dépollution sont envisageables. L'apport de notre modèle consiste à lever l'hypothèse faite dans la littérature consacrée aux externalités de stocks (lorsque des activités de dépollution sont envisagées) de l'existence d'une quantité fixe de ressource par période répartie entre activités de production (ou de consommation) et de dépollution. La conséquence de l'abandon de cette hypothèse est que le niveau de ressources dévolues à la dépollution devient, au même titre que la quantité d'extrant produite, une variable de contrôle. [eng] A correction of a stock externality caused by an industry perfectly concurrential, with a possibility of abatment activities is examined. The contribution of our model is to release the assumption made in the literature on stock externality (when abatment activities are possible) that a fixed output in each period is allocated to production (consumption) or to pollution control. The result of release this assumption is that the abatment activities become, as well as the output, a control variable.

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  • Dominique Prunetti, 1998. "Taxation dynamique dans le cadre d'une industrie polluante concurrentielle et de deux variables de contrôle," Revue d'Économie Industrielle, Programme National Persée, vol. 83(1), pages 167-181.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recind:rei_0154-3229_1998_num_83_1_1706
    Note: DOI:10.3406/rei.1998.1706
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