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      Can cross-border pollution reduce pollution? 

      Hatzipanayotou, Panos; Lahiri, Sajal; Michael, Michael S. (2002)
      We develop a two-country model of foreign aid and cross-border pollution resulting from production activities in the recipient country. There is both private and public abatement of pollution, the latter being financed ...
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      Cross-border pollution, public pollution abatement and capital tax competition 

      Hadjiyiannis, Costas; Hatzipanayotou, Panos; Michael, Michael S. (2014)
      We analyze the case where governments have to use income tax revenue to finance public pollution abatement and relate the results to the existing literature on capital tax competition. We show that the impact of public ...
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      Trade-offs in CO2-oriented vehicle tax reforms: A case study of Greece 

      Adamou, Adamos; Clerides, Sofronis; Zachariadis, Theodoros (2012)
      We estimate demand for automobiles in Greece using a model of product differentiation and use the model to evaluate carbon-based tax schemes that could shift consumer purchases towards low CO2 emission cars. We find that ...
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      Welfare implications of car feebates: A simulation analysis 

      Adamou, Adamos; Clerides, Sofronis; Zachariadis, Theodoros (2014)
      Vehicle taxation based on CO2 emissions is increasingly being adopted worldwide to shift consumer purchases to low-carbon cars, yet evidence on its effectiveness and economic impact is limited. We focus on feebate schemes, ...