Car Replacement and Environmental Policy in the EU: The Case of Greece
Policy makers in Europe have become increasingly aware of the need to curb the adverse effects of transport externalities, in particular the impact of cars on the environment. In some countries of the European Union, economic instruments have been used to reduce emissions generated by passenger cars. The present paper examines the extent to which these instruments are used in the case of environmental policy in Greece for passenger cars.
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