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Tag Archives: marginal damage
Some Carbon Tax Scenarios
How does a competitive industry respond to an emissions tax in the short run and the long run? What if the industry is a monopoly? In this post I bring together two standard pieces of microeconomic analysis: the effect of … Continue reading
The Economics of Urban Rainwater
Lack of natural drainage in urban environments can lead to flooding and pollution. Economics can help find appropriate solutions. There is a furore in Maryland, USA, where many residents will soon have to pay a “stormwater management fee” based on … Continue reading