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The distributional effects of emissions taxation in Brazil and their implications for climate policy
Freitas, L. F., Ribeiro, L. C. S., Souza, K. B. & Hewings, G. J. D.

The emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) generated by human activity is a major cause of global warming and climate change. There is considerable debate about the choice of the best mechanism to reduce emissions under a climate policy. The aim of this paper is to measure the impact of a policy of taxing GHG emissions on the Brazilian economy as a whole and on different household groups based on income levels in 2009. The following databases were used: Supply and Use Tables, Household Budget Survey, National Household Sample Survey and emissions data from the Brazilian Ministry of Science and Technology and Innovation. A price system from a national input–output model that incorporates the intensity of GHG emissions is used, as well as a consumption vector broken down into ten representative households with different income levels. The main results indicate that this taxation system was slightly regressive and had a small negative impact on output. There were, however, significant emissions reductions.

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CEDEPLAR/UFMG

Federação das Indústria do Estado de Sergipe – FIES

Observatório de Sergipe

PPGE/UFBA

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Universidade de Oviedo
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