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Green Public Procurement v.s. Environmental Taxation: implications for the EU-MENA environmental policy

Abstract : Environmental policies are among the priorities of the UN agenda and figure highly in national and international policy agendas. This brief focuses on environmental taxes and green public procurement (GPP). These two environmental policy instruments differ in political viability and in the impact they have on consumers and producers. The brief provides a comparative analysis of their efficiency in closed and open economy and reveals the opportunities and threats of (un)harmo-nised environmental policy across countries. The results allow to consider particular implications for the collaboration of EU-MENA countries.
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Vera Danilina, Federico Trionfetti. Green Public Procurement v.s. Environmental Taxation: implications for the EU-MENA environmental policy. FEMISE MED brief, 2019. ⟨hal-02564113⟩

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