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Distributional Effects of the Ecological Tax Reform in Germany: An Evaluation with a Microsimulation Model

In: The Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy


  • Christhart Bork


This publication is a milestone in the analysis of the distributional impacts of environmental policy, building upon existing literature to simultaneously examine disparities in the distribution of environmental impacts and in the distribution of financial effects amongst households.

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  • Christhart Bork, 2006. "Distributional Effects of the Ecological Tax Reform in Germany: An Evaluation with a Microsimulation Model," Chapters, in: Ysé Serret & Nick Johnstone (ed.), The Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy, chapter 4, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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