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Climate Policies and the Transport Sector

Climate Policies and the Transport Sector

Analysis of Policy Instruments, their Interactions, Barriers and Constraints, and Resulting Effects on Consumer Behaviour
Der Transportsektor verfügt über ein bedeutendes und kostengünstiges Reduktionspotential im Bereich Treibhausgasemissionen.

Im Rahmen des Projekts CECILIA2050, das Politikinstrumente zur Verbesserung der EU-Klimapolitik untersucht, wird in diesem Bericht das Reduktionspotential von Treibhausgasemissionen im Transportsektor analysiert. Die Autorinnen und Autoren geben einen Überblick über die Politikinstrumente in diesem Sektor und beleuchten Grenzen der Kohlenstoffbepreisung.

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Zitiervorschlag

Máca, Vojtěch et al. 2013: Climate Policies and the Transport Sector. Analysis of Policy Instruments, their Interactions, Barriers and Constraints, and Resulting Effects on Consumer Behaviour.

Sprache
Englisch
Autor(en)
Vojtěch Máca
Markéta Braun Kohlová
Jan Novák
Milan Ščasný
Finanzierung
Jahr
2013
Umfang
151 S.
Projektnummer
2715
Inhaltsverzeichnis

Executive Summary

1. Policy Instruments in the EU transport sector - an overview
1.1 Interactions and policy mixes
1.2 Road transport
1.3 Non-road modes
1.4 Effectiveness of instruments
1.5 Cost-effectiveness
1.6 Concluding notes

2. American vehicle emission regulation schemes
2.1 Recent developments
2.2 Policy assessment

3. Review of transport elasticity
3.1 Transport demand and elasticity
3.2 Patterns in the observed elasticity values
3.3 Selected individual elasticities
3.4 Specific estimates and modelling process
3.5 Trends in price and income elasticities

4. Limits to carbon pricing in the road transport sector: barriers, constraints, and path-depndencies
4.1 Fuel tourism
4.2 Company car tax policies
4.3 Second hand car markets
4.4 Conclusions

5. Soft transportation policy measures
5.1 Mobility management / Soft transport policy measure - the definition
5.2 Are soft policy measures effective? The evidence
5.3 Long-term effects
5.4 The effects of individual policy design
5.5 Known biases and limitations in the empirical evidence gathered
5.6 What is needed: agenda for future research
5.7 Prospective theory of behavioural change - major requirement for applicable knowledge
5.8 Summary of policy relevant findings - elevator

6. Total cost of ownership of electric vehicles under various incentives
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Methodology
6.3 Results
6.4 Discussion
6.5 Conclusion
6.6 Appendix

7. Valuation of individual preferences for low-carbon passenger vehicles - a review
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Review of European valuation studies
7.3 Willingness to pay for vehicle attribute
7.4 Conclusions

8. References

Schlüsselwörter
CECILIA2050, Klimapolitik, Carbon Pricing, Transport, Treibhausgasemissionen, Steuern, Luftverschmutzung, Klimawandel , EU, Europäische Union