Environmental Taxes and Green Tax Reform
|Fiscal and environmental policies should be made mutually
reinforcing. Green tax reforms imply not only the introduction of specific
"ecotaxes", but also the removal or modification of a number of existing taxes
and tax provisions having detrimental effects on the environment. New ecotaxes
can be compensated by the reduction of existing distortionary taxes such as
income and labour taxes.
Most OECD countries have introduced various ecotaxes, but only a few are implementing comprehensive green tax reforms. This report reviews the state of the art and the lessons which can be drawn as to the competitiveness, social equity and employment implications of green taxes.
Published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1997.
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