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Distributional effects of subsidy removal and implementation of carbon taxes in Mexican households
JORGE ALBERTO ROSAS FLORES
JOSE LUIS FERNANDEZ ZAYAS
Acceso Abierto
Artículo
Inglés
5-nov-2016
This paper presents a microsimulation using data fromthe National Households Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) from 1994 to 2010 to determine the distributional effects of the price changes arising from energy and environmental policies and their impact on Mexican households. Wereported simulations of several changes in energy prices as a result of partial or total energy subsidy removal, including carbon tax. In order to examinewhether the subsidy mechanismand carbon tax tend to be progressive or regressive, we evaluated the households' burden in different income levels. These simulations respond to the need for an assessment of economic and environmental impacts of energy subsidies in Mexico. This is of great importance forMexico because of effort that has been taken in the development of energy policies, and the rising interest of the Mexican government in mitigating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and their concomitant environmental damage
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