2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2005.06.008
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Economic instruments and induced innovation: The European policies on end-of-life vehicles

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“…Though waste generation reduction is at the top of the 'waste hierarchy' (Pearce, 2004), a real decoupling between waste generation 1 and consumption has never taken place, despite the fact that policy efforts have intensified to tackle waste-related externalities and recycling markets have flourished giving birth to real 'industries' related to 'waste recycling chains' (Kinnaman, 2006;Mazzanti and Zoboli, 2006). Reasons for this lack of decoupling are to be found in the (excessive) policy focus on management and disposal rather than on waste reduction at the source (Mazzanti and Montini, 2009;D'Amato et al 2013;Viscusi et al, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Though waste generation reduction is at the top of the 'waste hierarchy' (Pearce, 2004), a real decoupling between waste generation 1 and consumption has never taken place, despite the fact that policy efforts have intensified to tackle waste-related externalities and recycling markets have flourished giving birth to real 'industries' related to 'waste recycling chains' (Kinnaman, 2006;Mazzanti and Zoboli, 2006). Reasons for this lack of decoupling are to be found in the (excessive) policy focus on management and disposal rather than on waste reduction at the source (Mazzanti and Montini, 2009;D'Amato et al 2013;Viscusi et al, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…18. For the analysis of economic instruments based on 'producer responsibility principles' in European ELV policies, see Mazzanti and Zoboli (2005). 19.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since, depending on the sectoral pattern of technological change, companies from more than one value chain position are relevant for innovation (Pavitt 1984, Mazzanti andZoboli 2006), we use the value chain position as one dimension of firm-internal determinants. Specifically, for the pulp and paper industry we distinguish between paper producers participating in the EU ETS and providers of technologies for the paper production process.…”
Section: Research Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 99%