This study identifies a number of green fiscal reforms in the energy and transport sectors which can create additional fiscal space for green investments. In particular, the study proposes a reform of energy policy in Ghana through the effective removal of the system of administered pricing and the reform of energy product taxation based on the correction of externalities. For each of the policy options suggested, the study assesses the costs and benefits of intervention and expected environmental impacts.
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Gas and Taxes: The Impact of Russia’s Tinkering with Upstream Gas Taxes on State Revenues and Decline Rates of Legacy Gas Fields (Oxford Energy)
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