Excise taxes are not only convenient sources of government revenue, they can also be designed to reflect the external costs of excisable products, such as global warming, acid rain, traffic congestion, and the costs of cigarette and alcohol consumption. This book by internationally recognized experts analyses the art of excise taxation, providing a systematic, insightful, and often provocative treatment of a major fiscal instrument that policy-makers often neglect, and that gets little attention in the professional literature.Newbery, D. M. (1988a), a#39;Road damage externalities and road user chargesa#39;, Econo- metrica, 56: 295-316. (1988fc) ... Ofgem (2001), Review ofTranscoa#39;s Price Control from 2002: Final Proposals. Available at ... Hall, M. (1997), SATURN 9.3 - User Manual, Leeds: Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. Chapter 8anbsp;...
|Title||:||Theory and Practice of Excise Taxation|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2005-02-03|