Harmonizing Energy Taxes in the EU
Опубликовано на портале: 17-11-2003Организация: University of Cambridge
The paper presents evidence showing the wide variation in taxes on different fuels within and across EU countries. Input taxes are inefficient unless correcting externalities or market failures. The paper quantifies these and considers road fuel taxes as second-best road charges, but finds these inadequate to explain current rates. Nor does energy security, though problems of tax evasion and distributional concerns are clearly important. Distortions appear modest but may be important in electricity generation. EU pressure for harmonizing road fuel and other energy taxes continues, but may be resisted.
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