NBER Working Papers by Lawrence H. Goulder

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January 2014General Equilibrium Impacts of a Federal Clean Energy Standard
with Marc A. C. Hafstead, Roberton C. Williams III: w19847
August 2013Carbon Taxes vs. Cap and Trade: A Critical Review
with Andrew Schein: w19338
August 2012The Choice of Discount Rate for Climate Change Policy Evaluation
with Roberton C. Williams III: w18301
December 2010Sustainability and the Measurement of Wealth
with Kenneth J. Arrow, Partha Dasgupta, Kevin J. Mumford, Kirsten Oleson: w16599
June 2010Interactions between State and Federal Climate Change Policies
with Robert N. Stavins: w16123
September 2009Unintended Consequences from Nested State & Federal Regulations: The Case of the Pavley Greenhouse-Gas-per-Mile Limits
with Mark R. Jacobsen, Arthur A. van Benthem: w15337
August 2009Impacts of Alternative Emissions Allowance Allocation Methods under a Federal Cap-and-Trade Program
with Marc A. C. Hafstead, Michael S. Dworsky: w15293
August 2007Industry Compensation and the Costs of Alternative Environmental Policy Instruments
with A. Lans Bovenberg, Mark R. Jacobsen: w13331
January 2006The Economics of Climate Change
with William A. Pizer: w11923
November 2003Efficiency Costs of Meeting Industry-Distributional Constraints under Environmental Permits and Taxes
with A.L. Bovenberg, Derek J. Gurney: w10059
September 2001Environmental Taxation and Regulation
with A. Lans Bovenberg: w8458
April 2000Neutralizing the Adverse Industry Impacts of CO2 Abatement Policies: What Does it Cost?
with A. Lans Bovenberg: w7654
March 1999The Usual Excess-Burden Approximation Usually Doesn't Come Close
with Roberton C. Williams III: w7034
April 1998Optimal CO2 Abatement in the Presence of Induced Technological Change
with Koshy Mathai: w6494
March 1998The Cost-Effectiveness of Alternative Instruments for Environmental Protection in a Second-Best Setting
with Ian W. H. Parry, Roberton C. Williams III, Dallas Burtraw: w6464
March 1997When Can Carbon Abatement Policies Increase Welfare? The Fundamental Role of Distorted Factor Markets
with Ian W. H. Parry, Roberton C. Williams III: w5967
June 1996Revenue-Raising vs. Other Approaches to Environmental Protection: The Critical Significance of Pre-Existing Tax Distortions
with Ian W. H. Parry, Dallas Burtraw: w5641
May 1995Costs of Environmentally Motivated Taxes in the Presence of Other Taxes:General Equilibrium Analyses
with A. Lans Bovenberg: w5117
October 1994Environmental Taxation and the "Double Dividend:" A Reader's Guide
Optimal Environmental Taxation in the Presence of Other Taxes: General Equilibrium Analyses
with A. Lans Bovenberg: w4897
December 1993Energy Taxes: Traditional Efficiency Effects and Environmental Implications
May 1992Do the Costs of a Carbon Tax Vanish When Interactions With Other Taxes are Accounted For?
December 1990Approaches to Efficient Capital Taxation: Leveling the Playing Field vs.Living by the Golden Rule
with Philippe Thalmann: w3559
September 1990Implications of Introducing U.S. Withholding Taxes on Foreigners' Interest Income
June 1990The Impact of Permanent and Temporary Import Surcharges on the U.S. Trade Deficit
with Barry Eichengreen: w3391
October 1989Savings Promotion, Investment Promotion, and International Competitiveness
with Barry Eichengreen: w2635
Promoting Investment under International Capital Mobility: An Intertemporal General Equilibrium Analysis
with A. Lans Bovenberg: w3139
May 1989Trade Liberalization in General Equilibrium: Intertemporal and Inter-Industry Effects
with Barry Eichengreen: w2965
1989Tax Policy, Housing Prices, and Housing Investment
1987Tax Policy, Asset Prices, and Growth: A General Equilibrium Analysis
with Lawrence H. Summers: w2128
June 1982Domestic Tax Policy and the Foreign Sector: The Importance of Alternative Foreign Sector Formulations to Results from a General Equilibrium
with John B. Shoven, John Whalley: w0919

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