U.S. Competitiveness and Carbon Tax Policies

Posted by: Alex Brill on September 22, 2017 From an economic perspective, the concept that a revenue-neutral carbon tax, applied broadly and uniformly, is more economically efficient than a patchwork of regulations is well documented. But concerns exist about the

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Welcome to the AMS Blog

Posted by: AMS on September 5, 2017 | With this inaugural post, AMS is pleased to introduce its new blog, a source for thoughtful information about the impact and consequences of revenue-neutral carbon tax policy reforms and the opportunities this policy

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Why a Carbon Tax Policy Is a Conservative Approach

Posted by: Alex Brill on September 5, 2017 | When it comes to reducing carbon emissions on a large scale, there are essentially two routes available to policymakers: 1) establish regulations that mandate certain amounts of alternative energy or require

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Funding Opportunity for New Carbon Tax Research

Posted by: AMS on September 5, 2017 | In pursuit of its goal to foster an open dialogue among conservatives about market-oriented solutions to carbon pollution, AMS has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for new research on the subject.

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What Are the Economic Gains from a Conservative Carbon Tax Policy?

Posted by: Alex Brill on September 5, 2017 | A carbon tax has the potential to raise a significant amount of revenue, perhaps $100 billion annually. A revenue-neutral carbon tax policy would, therefore, involve a significant (and offsetting) tax cut.

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