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How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?1

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Source: How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?

Volume/Issue: 2017/254

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Philip Daniel , Alan Krupnick , Thornton Matheson , Peter Mullins , Ian Parry , and Artur Swistak

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 16 November 2017

ISBN: 9781484328491

Keywords: shale gas; environmental risks; corrective taxes; liability; fiscal regime design; simulated projects; marginal effective tax rates, shale gas, environmental risks, corrective taxes, liability, fiscal regime design, simulated projects, marginal effective tax rates, Government Policy, Environmental Economics: Government Policy

This paper suggests that the environmental and commercial features of shale gas extraction do not warrant a significantly different fiscal regime than recommended for conventional gas. Fiscal policies may have a ro...

The U.S. Manufacturing Recovery: Uptick or Renaissance?

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Source: The U.S. Manufacturing Recovery : Uptick or Renaissance?

Volume/Issue: 2014/28

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Oya Celasun , Gabriel Di Bella , Tim Mahedy , and Chris Papageorgiou

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 12 February 2014

ISBN: 9781484301821

Keywords: U.S. manufacturing sector, durable and nondurable subsectors, Global Financial Crisis, shale gas, exchange rate, growth, gas, recession, oil, employment

The notable rebound of U.S. manufacturing activity following the Great Recession has raised the question of whether the sector might be experiencing a renaissance. Using panel regressions, we find that a depreciati...

How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?

How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed? »

Volume/Issue: 2017/254

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Philip Daniel , Alan Krupnick , Thornton Matheson , Peter Mullins , Ian Parry , and Artur Swistak

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 16 November 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5089/9781484328491.001

ISBN: 9781484328491

Keywords: shale gas; environmental risks; corrective taxes; liability; fiscal regime design; simulated projects; marginal effective tax rates, shale gas, environmental risks, corrective taxes, liability, fiscal regime design, simulated projects, marginal effective tax rates, Government Policy, Environmental Economics: Government Policy

This paper suggests that the environmental and commercial features of shale gas extraction do not warrant a significantly different fiscal regime than recommended for conventional gas. Fiscal policies may have a ro...

The U.S. Manufacturing Recovery
			: Uptick or Renaissance?

The U.S. Manufacturing Recovery : Uptick or Renaissance? »

Volume/Issue: 2014/28

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Oya Celasun , Gabriel Di Bella , Tim Mahedy , and Chris Papageorgiou

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 12 February 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5089/9781484301821.001

ISBN: 9781484301821

Keywords: U.S. manufacturing sector, durable and nondurable subsectors, Global Financial Crisis, shale gas, exchange rate, growth, gas, recession, oil, employment

The notable rebound of U.S. manufacturing activity following the Great Recession has raised the question of whether the sector might be experiencing a renaissance. Using panel regressions, we find that a depreciati...