English, Article edition: TARGETING METHANOL OR OTHER ALTERNATIVE FUELS: HOW INTRUSIVE SHOULD PUBLIC POLICY BE? ROBERT A. COLLINGE; ANNE STEVENS

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  • TARGETING METHANOL OR OTHER ALTERNATIVE FUELS: HOW INTRUSIVE SHOULD PUBLIC POLICY BE?
Author
  • ROBERT A. COLLINGE
  • ANNE STEVENS
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  • Continuing concerns over air quality have prompted calls for governmental targeting of alternative fuels. This paper uses methanol targeting as an example to address the role for public policy in terms of underlying theory and policy options. The paper shows that mandates promoting a transition to alternative fuels are inferior to other policy alternatives. It proposes market-based alternatives instead. Copyright 1990 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:8:y:1990:i:1:p:54-61
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