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Journal
2011 | 13 | 343-352
Article title

Instrumenty rynkowe dla potrzeb polityki w zakresie ochrony środowiska

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EN
The Market Instruments for the Needs of the Policy within the Framework of the Environmental Protection
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PL
Abstracts
EN
The European Commission assumes that apart from the legal regulations and the other instruments, the market administrative instruments should be applied to a large extent, therein the systems of trading the powers to emission, taxes and grants, as the remunerative tool of realizing the ecological purposes and the other aims of the policy at the Union and national level. This is according to the Lisbon strategy, the strategy for the balanced development and the strategy towards the better legal regulations. The most important aspect of this longlasting role is the fact that these instruments afford the relevant, presented in this document, benefits for the fiscal goals, within the environmental protection and the allocation of the resources. By means of this document the Commission would like to initiate the discussion about the greater participating of the community market instruments in implementation of these purposes, particularly, if it concerns the indirect taxes. In this document there are also the other areas defined about applying the market instruments, in case of which the Community could facilitate the exchange of some verified solutions. The Commission expects the reaction to their presented conceptions and the answer to some basic particular questions and also the opinion about the market instruments, which of them would be the best to achieve the maximum of positive effects.
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Journal
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Volume
13
Pages
343-352
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  • Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski
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Publication order reference
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