2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.eneco.2020.104969
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Abstract: We investigate whether the contrasting set of transportation policies in Koreareductions in fuel taxes and increases in diesel automobile prices-has decreased emissions. Using a random-coefficient discrete choice model and hypothetical policy sets, we estimate the automobile demand of consumers, the market share of cars by fuel type, and total emissions, assuming that consumer preferences for driving costs change over time. Then, we separately analyze the effect of each policy set on automobile sales and emiss…

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