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Taxation, Public finance, Cost-benefit analysis

Books

Newbery, D.M. (ed). (1995) Tax and Benefit Reform in Central and Eastern Europe, London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, ISBN 1 898128 19 7 pp 217 + xvii

Newbery, David M and Nicholas H. Stern. (1987) The Theory of Taxation for Developing Countries, New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press for the World Bank, ISBN 0-19-520498-0.

Scott, M.FG., J.D. MacArthur and D.M.G. Newbery, (1976). Project Appraisal in Practice, London: Heinemann, ISBN 0 435 84786 4

Journal Articles

Kaplanoglou, G. and D.M. Newbery (2003) “Indirect taxation in Greece: evolution and possible reform” International Tax and Public Finance, 10, 511-33

Newbery, D.M. and T. Révész, (2000) ‘The evolution of the tax structure of a reforming transitional economy: Hungary 1988-98’, International Tax and Public Finance, 7, 209-240 (previously ‘The Burden and Disincentive Effects of Hungarian Personal Taxes 1988-96’, CEPR Discussion Paper 1570, Jan 1997)

Newbery, D.M. and G Santos, (1999) ‘Road Taxes, Road User Charges and Earmarking’, Fiscal Studies, 20(2), 103-32 (earlier version available)

Newbery, D. M. (1998) ‘Spatial General Equilibrium and Cost-Benefit Analysis’, Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol 7(1), 1-18.

Newbery, D. M. (1998) ‘Growth enhancing tax reforms’, Economic Systems, 22(1), 60-62.

Newbery, D. M. (1997) ‘Optimal Tax Rates and Tax Design during Systemic Reform’, Journal of Public Economics, 63, 177-206

Newbery, D.M. (1995) ‘Removing coal subsidies: Implications for European electricity markets’, Energy Policy, 23(6), 523-33.

Newbery, D.M. (1995) ‘The distributional impact of price changes in Hungary and the UK’, Economic Journal, July, 847-63

Newbery, D.M. (1993) ‘Tax and Expenditure Policies in Hungary’, The Economics of Transition, I(2), 245-72.

Newbery, D.M. (1992) ‘Should carbon taxes be additional to other transport fuel taxes?’ Energy Journal, vol 13 No 2, 49-60.

Newbery, D.M. (1992) ‘Agricultural pricing and Public Investment’, Journal of Public Economics, 47(2), March, 253-272. Also reprinted in Tax Policy and Planning in Developing Countries, ed. by A. Bagchi and N. Stern, Oxford University Press, India 0-19-562957-4, Dec. 1993

Karp, L. and Newbery, D.M. (1992) ‘Dynamically Consistent Oil Import Tariffs’, Canadian Journal of Economics, Feb 1992, 25(1), 101-21.

Karp, L. and Newbery, D.M. (1991) ‘OPEC and the U.S. Oil Import Tariff’, Economic Journal Supplement, 101, 303-13.

Karp, L. and Newbery, D.M. (1991) ‘Optimal tariffs on exhaustible resources’, Journal of International Economics, 30, 285-299.

Newbery, D.M. (1990) ‘Growth, Externalities and Taxation’, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Nov, 305-26.

Newbery, D.M. (1990) ‘The isolation paradox and the discount rate for benefit-cost analysis: a comment’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 105, Feb, 235-8.

Maskin, E. and Newbery, D.M. (1990) ‘Disadvantageous Oil Tariffs and Dynamic Consistency’, American Economic Review, 80 (1), March, 143-56.

Newbery, D.M. (1990) ‘Optimal Trade Taxes on Agriculture in Developing Countries’, Economic Journal Supplement, vol 100 no. 400, 180-92.

Newbery, D.M. (1989) ‘Road Transport Fuel Pricing Policy’, Annual Review of Energy 14:75-94.

Newbery, D.M. (1989) ‘Cost recovery from optimally designed roads’, Economica, vol 56, pp 165-85.

Newbery, D.M. (1988) ‘Charging for roads’, Research Observer, 3 (2), July, 119-38.

Newbery, D.M. (1988) ‘Road User Charges in Britain’, Economic Journal (Conference), 161-176.

Newbery, D.M. (1988) ‘The Analysis of Agricultural Price Reform’, Journal of Public Economics, 35, 1-24.

Newbery, D.M. (1988) ‘Road Damage Externalities and Road User Charges’, Econometrica, 56, March, 295-316.

Newbery, D.M. (1986) ‘On the desirability of input taxation’, Economics Letters, 20, 267-70.

Hughes, G.A. and Newbery, D.M. (1986) ‘The Effect of Protection on Manufactured Exports from Developing Countries’, Economic Policy Vol 1 (2), April, 409-454.

Dixit, A.K. and Newbery, D.M. (1985) ‘Setting the Price of Oil in a Distorted Economy’, Economic Journal (1985) Supplement, 71-82.

Newbery, D.M. (1974) ‘Experimental Approach to the Determination of the Demand for Public Goods: A Comment’, Journal of Public Economics, 3, 425-9.

Newbery, D.M. (1970) ‘A Theorem on Inequality’, Journal of Economic Theory, September.

Chapters in Books

Newbery, D.M. (2002) ‘Road User and Congestion Charges’ in S. Cnossen (ed.) Taxes on Pleasure OUP, forthcoming

Newbery, D.M. (2003) “Road user charges in Britain”, ch 24 in P. Rietveld, K. Button and P. Nijkamp (eds.) Urban Transport, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar (reprinted from Economic Journal 98 (390) Supplement: Conference Papers, 1988, 161-176.

Newbery, D. M. (2002) ‘Spatial General Equilibrium and Cost-Benefit Analysis’, ch.1, pp1-18 of Cost Benefit Analysis: Environmental and Ecological Perspectives, ed. K Puttaswamaiah, London: Transaction Publications, ISBN 0-7658-0706-8, originally published in Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol 7(1), 1-18.

Newbery (2000) ‘Road Pricing and Road Finance’, ch 4 in Integrated Transport Policy: Implications for regulation and competition, ed. J. Preston, H. Lawton Smith and D. Starkie, Aldershot: Ashgate

Newbery, D.M. (1999) ‘The distributional impact of price changes in Hungary and the UK’, ch 23, pp327-44 in Economic Welfare Concepts and Measurement Vol I, ed J Creedy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics 107 ISBN 1 84064 136 3, (reprinted from Economic Journal, July 1995).

Newbery, D.M. (1997) ‘Reforming Tax and Benefit Systems in Central Europe: Lessons from Hungary’, ch 5, part III, pp 413-443 in Economic Transformation and Development in Central and Eastern Europe: what lessons from the 1990s ed. S Zecchini, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN 0-7923-9852-1

Newbery, D.M. (1997) ‘The Budgetary Impact of Privatization’, ch. 2, pp9-31 in Fiscal Policy and Economic Reforms, ed. by M.I. Blejer and T. Ter-Minassian, London: Rutledge ISBN 0-415-13739-X

Newbery, D.M. (1995) ‘Pricing and Congestion: Economic Principles Relevant to Pricing Roads’, ch 15, pp345-71 in Tae Hoon Oum et al (eds.) Transport Economics: Selected Readings Korea Research Foundation ISBN 89-7225-053-8 93320, reprinted from Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 6 (2), 1990, 22-38.

Newbery, D.M. (1995) ‘Tax and Benefit Reform in Central and Eastern Europe’, ch 1 in Tax and Benefit Reform in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. D. Newbery, London: Centre for Economic Policy Research.

Newbery, D.M. (1995) ‘Establishing Priorities for Valuation Research in Government’, ch 14, pp231-5 in Willis and Corkindale (eds) Environmental Valuation: New Persepectives, Wallingford: CAB International, ISBN 0 85198 966 7

Newbery, D.M. (1994) ‘Pricing and Congestion: Economic Principles Relevant to Pricing Roads’, ch 13 in R. Layard, and S. Glaister (eds.) Cost-Benefit Analysis (2nd ed), Cambridge: CUP ISBN 0-521-46128-6, reprinted from Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 6 (2), 1990, 22-38.

Newbery, D.M. (1993) ‘Implications of Imperfect Risk Markets for Agricultural Taxation’, ch. 21, pp406-35, in The Economics of Rural Organisation, K Hoff, A Braverman and J.E. Sttiglitz (eds.) Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-520888-9

Newbery, D.M. (1985) ‘Efficiency and Equity Criteria in Energy Pricing with Practical Applications to LDC’s in Asia’, Ch.3 (pp.65-88) of Criteria for Energy Pricing Policy, ed. by C. Siddayao (Graham and Trotman, London).

Newbery, D.M. (1981) ‘Externalities: The Theory of Environmental Policy’, Ch. 4 in Public Policy and the Tax System, ed. G. Heal and G. Hughes, Allen Unwin.

Newbery, D.M. (1976) ‘The Social Value of Private Investment in Kenya’, Ch. 6 of Using Shadow Prices, ed. I.M.D. Little and M. Scott, Heinemann.

Published Conference Proceedings

Newbery, D.M. (1998) ‘Fair and efficient pricing and the finance of roads’, (The 53rd Henry Spurrier Memorial Lecture), The Proceedings of the Chartered Institute of Transport in the UK, 7(3), October, 3-19

Official Working Papers not elsewhere listed

Newbery, D.M. and G. Santos, (2002) “Estimating urban road congestion charges”, CEPR Discussion paper 3176

Santos, G. and D.M. Newbery, (2001) “Urban congestion charging: theory, practice and environmental consequences”, CESIfo Working Paper 568

Santos, G., D. Newbery and L. Rojey (2000), ‘The Environmental Benefits from Road Pricing’, DAE Working Paper 0020, October.

Papers not elsewhere listed

Newbery, D.M. (2002) ‘Reform of road taxation and charging’, pp33-6 in The 10-Year Transport Plan - will we ever get there, Proceedings of the AA’s Second Westminster Seminar on Transport Investment, The Automobile Association, August 2002

Newbery, D.M. (2001) ‘Harmonizing Energy Taxes in the EU’ (paper presented at the conference Tax Policy in the European Union, Ministry of Finance, The Hague, October 2001). (paper and slides available)

Newbery, D.M. (1998) Fair payment from road-users: A review of the evidence on social and environmental costs, Report published by Automobile Association, February. Reprinted for use by the Open University, March 2000.

Newbery, D.M. (1995) Reforming Road Taxation, Report published by Automobile Association, October.

Newbery, D.M. (1992) ‘Tax and Expenditure Policies in Hungary’, IPR Working Paper (forthcoming). Institute for Policy Reform, Washington, DC

Newbery, D.M. (1991) ‘An Analysis of the Hungarian Tax Reform’, paper presented to the conference Eastern European Transformation, Princeton, May 3-4, 1991. CEPR Discussion Paper 558

Newbery, D.M. (1981) The Taxation of Oil Consumption, July (pp. 80), Report prepared for Policy Review Unit, British Petroleum.

Reports to International Organisations

Newbery, D.M. (1989) ‘Cocoa Tax and Revenue Alternatives’ ch 22 of An Analytical Review of Ghana’s Cocoa Pricing Policy with Recommendations for Future Policy Formulation, by Merrill Bateman, Alex Meeraus, David Newbery, W Asenso Okyere, and Gerald T O’Mara, Report to the Ghana Cocoa Board, February 1989 (World Bank).

Newbery, D.M. (1987) ‘Hungarian Tax reform’, August 1987, report for the World Bank.

Newbery, D.M. (1987) ‘An approach to the design of agricultural pricing policy in Tunisia’, April. Report prepared for World Bank.

Professor David Newbery












Emeritus Professor and
Director of The Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG)

Research Group:
Empirical Microeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae


Contact Details
Email: dmgn@cam.ac.uk
Room: 71
College: Churchill College


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