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Faculty of Economics

H23

Taxation and Subsidies: Externalities; Redistributive Effects; Environmental Taxes and Subsidies


Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
The private and social value of British electrical interconnectorsNewbery, D., Gissey, G., Guo, B. and Dodds, P.[2019]C54 D40 D44 F14 D47 H23 L94 Q48
Understanding overlapping policies: Internal carbon leakage and the punctured waterbedPerino, G., Ritz, R., Van Benthem, A.[2019]H23 Q54
Strengths and Weaknesses of the British Market ModelNewbery, D.[2019]D43,D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
The impact of a Carbon Tax on the CO2 emissions reduction of windChyong, C-K., Guo, B., Newbery, D.[2019]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Pass-through, profits and the political economy of regulationGrey, F., Ritz, R.[2018]D43 H23 L51 L92 Q54
When is a carbon price floor desirable?Newbery, D., Reiner, D., Ritz, R.[2018]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Stakeholder Views on Interactions between Low-carbon Policies and Carbon Markets in China: Lessons from the Guangdong ETSJiang, M., Liang, X., Reiner, D., Lin, B. and Duan, M.[2018]H23 Q58 N45 Q48 Q54
Designing an electricity wholesale market to accommodate significant renewables penetration: Lessons from BritainNewbery, D.[2017]D47 D52 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Corporate lobbying for environmental protectionGrey, F.[2017]D72 H23 Q58
Market design for a high-renewables European electricity systemNewbery, D. and Pollitt, M. and Ritz, R. and Strielkowski, W.[2017]H23 L94 Q28 Q48
The economics of air pollution from fossil fuelsNewbery, D.[2017]H2 H23 H41 I18 Q51 Q54 Q58
Equilibrium supply security in a multinational electricity market with renewable productionTangeras, T.[2017]D24 H23 L94 Q48
How to judge whether supporting solar PV is justifiedNewbery, D.[2017]C60 H23 H43 Q42 Q54 Q55
The political economy of carbon pricing: a panel analysisDolphin, G.G., Pollitt, M. G. and Newbery, D.G. [2016]H23 Q58
Pricing electricity and supporting renewables in Heavily Energy Subsidized EconomiesNewbery, D. M.[2016]H23 h53 Q41 Q48 Q54
Questioning the EU Target Electricity Model - how should it be adapted to deliver the Trilemma?Newbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
The Empirical Landscape of Trade PolicyBown, C. and Crowley, M. A.[2016]F02 F13 F14 F15 F3 H21 H23 H25 K33 L5 N4 N70
Energy subsidies at times of economic crisis: A comparative study and scenario analysis of Italy and Spain Mahalingam, A. and Reiner, D.[2016]H23 Q42 N74 O13 Q28
The long-run equilibrium impact of intermittent renewables on wholesale electricity pricesNewbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q42 Q48 Q54
Optimal Altruism in Public Good ProvisionHahn, R. and Ritz, R.[2014]D03 H23 H41 Q58.
Neighbourhood Effects in Consumption: Evidence from Disaggregated Consumption DataBoneva, T.[2013]D12 H23 I38 O12
Stability versus Sustainability: Energy Policy in the Gulf MonarchiesKrane, J.[2013]O13 P16 H23 Q41 Q48
Emissions Trading with Profit-Neutral Permit AllocationsHepburn, C. J., Quah, J.-H. and Ritz, R. A.[2012]D43 H23 Q58
Oil Shortages, Climate Change and Collective ActionNewbery, D. M.[2010]Q32 Q54 H23 L71
Interfuel Substitution and Energy Use in the UK Manufacturing SectorSteinbuks, J.[2010]H23 Q41
UK Renewable Energy Policy Since PrivatisationPollitt, M. G.[2010]H23 L98

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