Time Inconsistency in Environmental Policy

Tax Earmarking as A Commitment Solution

T.I. Renstrom, L. Marsiliani

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBirmingham
PublisherUniversity of Birmingham
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Publication series

NameDept. of Economics Discussion Paper
No.99-22

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Renstrom, T. I., & Marsiliani, L. (1999). Time Inconsistency in Environmental Policy: Tax Earmarking as A Commitment Solution. (Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper; No. 99-22). Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
Renstrom, T.I. ; Marsiliani, L. / Time Inconsistency in Environmental Policy : Tax Earmarking as A Commitment Solution. Birmingham : University of Birmingham, 1999. (Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper; 99-22).
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Renstrom, TI & Marsiliani, L 1999, Time Inconsistency in Environmental Policy: Tax Earmarking as A Commitment Solution. Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper, no. 99-22, University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

Time Inconsistency in Environmental Policy : Tax Earmarking as A Commitment Solution. / Renstrom, T.I.; Marsiliani, L.

Birmingham : University of Birmingham, 1999. (Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper; No. 99-22).

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