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Ecological Tax: an Essential Weapon in Macro-Ecological Economics

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DOI: 10.23977/pree.2020.010101 | Downloads: 26 | Views: 2006

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Yifei Lei 1

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1 The University of Edinburgh, UK

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Yifei Lei

ABSTRACT

The 2008 economic crisis influences mainstream economics, people begin to reflect on the current economic development model. As an indispensable tool in ecological policy, ecological tax plays an essential role in macro-ecological economics. This paper focuses on the double dividend hypothesis of ecological tax. The study introduces the green dividend of ecological tax, and discusses the blue dividend of eco-tax. The last part is a critical reflection on green taxes.

KEYWORDS

Ecological tax; Green dividend; Blue dividend

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Yifei Lei. Ecological Tax: an Essential Weapon in Macro-Ecological Economics. Population, Resources & Environmental Economics (2020) 1: 1-7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/pree.2020.010101.

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