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Unintended Consequences of Transportation Carbon Policies: Land-Use, Emissions, and Innovation

Stephen P. Holland, Jonathan E. Hughes, Christopher R. Knittel, Nathan C. Parker

NBER Working Paper No. 19636
Issued in November 2013

---- Acknowledgments ----

The authors thank Soren Anderson, Severin Borenstein, Meghan Busse, Garth Heutel, Mark Jacobsen, Randall Walsh, Catherine Wolfram and seminar participants at the Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Conference, Iowa State University, the NBER Environmental and Energy Economics spring meeting, the University of California Energy Institute, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the University of Texas, the Colorado School of Mines and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for helpful comments. Knittel gratefully acknowledges support from the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis. A portion of the paper was written while Knittel was a visitor at the Energy Institute at Haas. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Christopher R. Knittel ----

Christopher R. Knittel hereby declares that he has no direct relevant material financial interests that relate to the research described in this paper. Knittel is the Director of MIT's Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR). Some of the industry Associates of CEEPR, either currently, or in the past, are, or have been oil and ethanol companies.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Nathan C. Parker ----

Parker acknowledges the United States Departments of Agriculture and Energy, the Western Governors' Association and the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis for their support.

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