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Limiting the Nitrogen Losses by N-tax and Bioenergy Support: A Quantitative Analysis of Environmental Policy Mix Impacts in the North of France

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  • Fradj, Nosra Ben
  • Bourgeois, Cyril
  • Clodic, Melissa
  • Jayet, Pierre-Alain

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This paper is devoted to assessment of policy mix impacts regarding nitrogen pollutants. The analysed policy combines a tax on the nitrogen input and incentives promoting perennial crops assumed to be low input ones. We show that perennial crop subsidy increases significantly the tax efficiency, compatible with the balanced budget of the Regulatory Agency in charge of the environment. Based on a MILP agricultural supply model, quantitative analysis provides assessment of impacts regarding land use, farmers income, and N losses at the North France level.

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  • Fradj, Nosra Ben & Bourgeois, Cyril & Clodic, Melissa & Jayet, Pierre-Alain, 2011. "Limiting the Nitrogen Losses by N-tax and Bioenergy Support: A Quantitative Analysis of Environmental Policy Mix Impacts in the North of France," 2011 International Congress, August 30-September 2, 2011, Zurich, Switzerland 114267, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    1. Petsakos, Athanasios & Jayet, Pierre-Alain, 2010. "Evaluating the efficiency of a N-input tax under different policy scenarios at different scales," 120th Seminar, September 2-4, 2010, Chania, Crete 109397, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    Bio-economic model; mathematical linear programming; environmental policy mix; N-fertilizer tax; bio-energy support; Environmental Economics and Policy;

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