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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Von Weiszäcker, Ernst.
Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker : A Pioneer on Environmental, Climate and Energy Policies.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernst Von Weiszäcker
|Notes:||9.5.4 The Economic Policy Objection: 'Ecological Taxes Are a Burden on the Economy'|
|Description:||1 online resource (262 pages).|
|Contents:||Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; 1 Autobiographical Sketch; 2 Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker's Selected Publications; 3 Modular University; 3.1 ... Introduction; 3.2 ... The Principles Guiding the Curricula of a BGHS; 3.3 ... Curricular Implications and Problems of an Integrated Short-Cycle Higher Education System; 3.3.1 Equality of Opportunity for Access; 3.3.2 Courses of Studies; 3.3.3 Duration of Studies; 3.3.4 Examinations; 3.3.5 Compactness of Course; 3.3.6 Small Groups and Tutoring; 3.3.7 Learning by Discovery; 3.3.8 Compulsory Knowledge; 3.3.9 New Information and Communication Techniques. 3.3.10 Permanent EducationReferences; 4 Contagious Knowledge: Contagion as a Quality Criterion for Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Science; 4.1 ... Introduction; 4.2 ... Scientific Success; 4.3 ... Contagious Information; 4.4 ... Contagious Science; 4.5 ... Quality and Responsibility; References; 5 New Frontiers in Technology Application: Integration of Emerging and Traditional Technologies; 5.1 ... Preface; 6 The Environmental Dimension of Biotechnology; 6.1 ... Eurosclerosis and Beyond; 6.2 ... Biotechnology: Environmental Pros; 6.2.1 Agriculture; 6.2.2 Industry; 6.3 ... Environmental Cons: Success is the Danger. 6.3.1 Evolutionary Concerns6.3.2 Some Thoughts on Regulation; References; 7 Not a Miracle Solution but Steps Towards an Ecological Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); 7.1 ... Introduction; 7.2 ... Sixteen Elements of an Ecological Reform of the CAP; 7.2.1 Food Quality and Consumer Information; 7.2.2 Limiting the Use of Certain Chemicals; 7.2.3 Limiting Intensive Livestock; 7.2.4 Nitrates; 7.2.5 Applying and Enforcing Existing Environmental Legislation; 7.2.6 Compensation Payments; 7.2.7 Extensification Schemes; 7.2.8 Payments for Ecological Work; 7.2.9 Set-Aside; 7.2.10 Prepension Scheme. 7.2.11 Biotechnology7.2.12 Part-Time Agriculture; 7.2.13 Hobby Agriculture; 7.2.14 Organic Farming; 7.2.15 Direct Marketing; 7.2.16 Food Security Policy and Active Price Policy; 7.2.17 Preliminary Assessment of the Package; 7.3 ... Financial Implications; 7.3.1 Political Acceptance; References; 8 Earth Politics; 8.1 ... Introduction: Why Earth Politics?; 8.1.1 The Economic Century: An Episode; 8.1.2 The Rape of Nature; 8.1.3 Earth Politics for the Century of the Environment; 8.2 ... Ecological Taxes and Charges; References; 9 Ecological Tax Reform; 9.1 ... The Size of the Challenge; 9.2 ... Ecological Tax Reform. 9.3 ... Price Elasticity9.3.1 First Stage of Adjustment; 9.3.2 Second Stage of Adjustment; 9.3.3 Third Stage of Adjustment; 9.3.4 Fourth Stage of Adjustment; 9.3.5 Fifth Stage of Adjustment; 9.4 ... Price Elasticity for Fuels: A New Measurement Concept; 9.4.1 Long Term Price Elasticity of Fuel Consumption is High; 9.5 ... Objections and Obstacles to Ecological Tax Reform; 9.5.1 The Fiscal Policy Objection: The Conflicting Goals of Yield Versus Steering Effect; 9.5.2 The Social Policy Objection: 'Green Taxes Aren't Fair'; 9.5.3 The Environmental Policy Objection: 'Revenue Should Be Purpose-Linked'|
|Series Title:||SpringerBriefs on pioneers in science and practice.|