Beatrice Weder di Mauro, 12 October 2021

Governments will need to impose more carbon taxes, but central banks need to deliver price stability. So what is the effect of these taxes on inflation and economic activity? New research examines three decades of data from Canada and Europe.
 

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Jean-Marie Grether, Nicole Mathys, 21 November 2009

What is the geographical distribution of CO2 emissions? This column identifies the Earth’s “polluting centre of gravity” since 1970. It is heading east faster than GDP, which suggests that Asian production is getting more carbon-intensive.

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