The environmental argument behind fossil fuel subsidy reform is strong, particularly among international finance institutions wishing to support ‘transformational’ low-carbon development. However, supporting reform in practice has often met methodological
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Hybridizing low-carbon technology deployment policy and fossil fuel subsidy reform: a climate finance perspective (Matsuo and Schmidt)
This paper by Tyeler Matsuo and Tobias S Schmidt published in Environmental Research Letters (Volume 12, Number 1) proposes that ‘hybrid’ policies that package fossil fuel subsidy reform with low-carbon