This report demonstrates that carbon taxes are significantly more cost-effective at reducing greenhouse gases than regulations.
This report shows how a revenue-neutral carbon tax could permanently extend the newly enacted individual income tax cuts, as well as other expiring tax provisions, without adding to the deficit.
This report examines the potential impact a revenue-neutral carbon tax would have on technological development.
This paper develops a harm-reduction strategy given growing pressure for government to do more about climate change; aims to steer…
This report examines the results of an opinion research study about Millennials on environmental protection and the issue of climate change.
This report explores the net impact of a revenue-neutral carbon tax in nearly all of the 3,000+ counties in the United States and, using historical election results data, examines the relationship between the impact of a revenue-neutral carbon tax and counties’ partisan leanings. Authors: Alex M. Brill, Scott Ganz
This book addresses how a revenue-neutral carbon tax is an efficient, pro-growth alternative to the existing regulatory regime. Edited by Alex M. Brill
This essay summarizes the most important lines of evidence for anthropogenic climate change, confronts some of the stickier questions behind uncertainty in climate projections, and concludes with a discussion of the particular risks entailed by climate change and how they are being quantified.
This paper examines the United States’ policy choices—including regulatory and market-based—if it transitions to a clean-energy economy.