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The Climate Challenge: Economic Aspects of the Community's Strategy for Limiting CO2 Emissions; Statistical Annex: Long-Term Macroeconomic Series, approx. 200 pp., May 1992. Constitutes Issue No. 51 of European Economy. Contact CEC (Commission of the European Communities), Office of Official Pubs. of the EC, L-2985 Luxembourg, or the CEC External Delegation, 2100 M St. NW, S. 707, Washington DC 20037 (202-862-9500). The body of this document, a synthesis drawn heavily from the individual contributions of the following entry, discusses general approaches for dealing with climate change, specific targets and instruments of EC policy design and their economic basis, the likely economic impact of the proposed carbon/energy tax (distinguishing macroeconomic from the sectoral and distributional effects), and EC policy within an international context.

Item #d93feb101

The Economics of Limiting CO2 Emissions, 292 pp., Sep. 1992, $35. Contact CEC Pub. Office (address above). In U.S. order from UNIPUB, 4611-F Assembly Dr., Lanham MD 20706 (800-274-4888). Contains articles written by experts concerning taxes and other means for limiting emissions. Constitutes a special issue of the EC monthly European Economy.

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