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Strategic Behaviour of Exporting and Importing Countries of a Non-Renewable Natural Resource: Taxation and Capturing Rents

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  • Emilio Cerdá
  • Xiral López-Otero

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Taking into account the great importance which the non-renewable energy resources have nowadays, and particularly the effects of their consumption on the environment and the problems associated with capturing rents, this paper analyses, through a two-period model, the interaction between producers and importers of a non-renewable energy resource, trying to determine the possible strategic behaviour of both agents, and analyzing the influence on the balance between agents considering or not considering the environmental effects induced by the consumption of such a resource, as well as the simultaneity or not of the decisions of the participants.

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  • Emilio Cerdá & Xiral López-Otero, 2011. "Strategic Behaviour of Exporting and Importing Countries of a Non-Renewable Natural Resource: Taxation and Capturing Rents," Working Papers 2011-02, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaddt:2011-02
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