They are set at levels that do not reflect environmental damage notably global warming air pollution and various side effects of motor vehicle use In so doing many countries raise too much revenue from direct taxes on work effort and capital accumul
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CHAPTER Summary for Policymakers Many energy prices in many countries are wron
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They are set at levels that do not reflect environmental damage notably global warming air pollution and various side effects of motor vehicle use In so doing many countries raise too much revenue from direct taxes on work effort and capital accumul ID: 4029 Download Pdf
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