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This paper examines multi-factor productivity trends in the U.S. petroleum, coal, copper and logging industries since 1970. Measures of multi-factor productivity growth a [...]
1997 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper draws on a number of recent studies to shed light on several policy issues raised by the impact of environmental policies on technological innovation. First, t [...]
2001 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper examines whether the welfare gains from technological innovation that reduces future abatement costs are larger or smaller than the “Pigouvian” welfare gains [...]
2002 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper examines whether the welfare gains from technological innovation that reduces future abatement costs are larger or smaller than the "Pigouvian" welfare gains f [...]
2002 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper presents an analytical and numerical comparison of the welfare impacts of alternative instruments for environmental protection in the presence of endogenous te [...]
1998 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Unlike other resources such as petroleum, coal, and copper, forests are renewable. Yet, in many respects forests historically have been treated as a nonrenewable resource [...]
1997 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper quantifies the costs of controlling SO2, carbon, and NOx emissions from power generation, accounting for interactions between environmental policies and the br [...]
2004 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper first describes trends and future predictions of factors that determine U.S. dependence on oil and oil imports. We then review evidence on the oil premium, tha [...]
2003 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Grandfathered emissions permits redistribute income to wealthy households by creating firm rents that ultimately accrue to shareholders. Consequently, they can be highly [...]
2003 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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It is widely perceived that projected public spending on transportation infrastructure in the metropolitan Washington, DC, area for the next 20 years will not be enough t [...]
2001 | Working or Discussion Paper |