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Climate Change: Designing a Practical Tax System, 272 pp., Dec. 1992, $35/£22/F130. Companion publication to one on tradable permits (GCCD, p. 167, Oct. 1992) resulting from expert workshops organized by OECD on market-based approaches. Technical papers draw on experiences in designing tax systems to address global warming, and review key problems likely to be encountered as the tax approach is more widely used.

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Market and Government Failures in Environmental Management: The Case of Transport, 90 pp., Dec. 1992, $40/£14/F100. Analyzes and documents, for the OECD countries, government interventions such as pricing, taxation and regulations, which often inadvertently result in environmental degradation. Proposes ways to correct these government intervention failures.

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