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Economic Instruments for a Socially Neutral Nationl Home Energy Efficiency Programme

  • Simon Dresner and Paul Ekins
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    The research reported in this paper was conducted under the project 'The Social Impacts of Environmental Taxes: Removing Regressivity', funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation under its Prograamme on Environment and Social Concerns. The project is investigating the socil implications of environmental txtes and charges in realtion to four environment issues - the household use of energy, water and transport, and the generation of waste. The is a report of the component on the household use of energy.

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    Paper provided by Policy Studies Institute, UK in its series PSI Research Discussion Series with number 18.

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    Date of creation: 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:psi:resdis:18
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