Among the articles in Energy, the 146-page supplement:
- Tax Analysts contributing editor Martin A. Sullivan looks at the carrots and sticks of energy tax policy, at a carbon tax, at tax subsidies for ethanol production, and at a variety of other energy-related issues.
- Tax Analysts contributing editor Joseph J. Thorndike looks back at the “crude oil windfall profit tax” of the 1980s and at a refundable gas tax.
- State Tax Notes legal editors Jennifer Carr and Cara Griffith examine how energy tax issues affected 2006 gubernatorial elections.
- Tax Notes International editor Cathy Phillips discusses how environmentalists want to use tax policy to promote the earth’s survival.
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