Politique énergétique : aspects stratégiques de la question des approvisionnements
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.
|Date of creation:||2003|
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|Publication status:||Published in Economie et Prévision, 2003, no. 158. pp. 73-88.Length: 15 pages|
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