This paper provides an overview of policies for emissions-intensive and trade exposed (EITE) industries, and compares Canadian policies to policies in Australia, California and the European Union. Both domestic and international EITE policies are evaluated using the metrics of administrative costs, economic efficiency, emissions reduction incentive, and equity, across and within sectors.
Assessing Policy Support for Emissions-Intensive and Trade-Exposed Industries
Original research by: Sarah Dobson, Jennifer Winter
Published by: The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary • 25.10.18