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Title (in Chinese) 污染防治支出與經濟成長:不完全競爭的總體模型
Title (in English) Abatement Expenditures and Economic Growth: An Macroeconomics Model with Imperfect Competition
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Institution 淡江大學
Department (in Chinese) 產業經濟學系碩士班
Department (in English) Department of Industrial Economics
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Academic Year 100
Semester 2
PublicationYear 101
Author's name (in Chinese) 黃珮珊
Author's name(in English) Pei-Shan Huang
Student ID 699540166
Degree 碩士
Language Traditional Chinese
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Date of Oral Defense 2012-07-06
Pagination 34page
Committee Member advisor - Hsiao-Wen Hung
co-chair - 謝智源
co-chair - 陳智華
Keyword (inChinese) 內生成長
Keyword (in English) Endogenous Growth
Abatement Expenditure
Imperfect Competition
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Abstract (in Chinese)
Abstract (in English)
This paper develops an endogenous growth model with imperfect competition. Under consideration for negative pollution externalities derived from consumption, the main purpose of this paper is to investigate the policy effect of abatement expenditures and taxes on economic growth in the long-run and dynamic transition in the short-run. We show that an increase in abatement expenditures is not only to decrease pollution but also to increase economic growth. Moreover, an increase in tax rates, both labor and capital income taxes, is not able to reduce the pollution and is against the economic growth.
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Table of Content (with Page Number)
第一章 緒 論	1
1.1研究動機與目的	1
1.2文獻回顧	3
1.3 本文架構	5
第二章 模型架構	6
2.1廠商與對稱均衡	6
2.2家計部門	9
2.3政府部門	10
2.4 生態系統	11
2.5 總體均衡	12
第三章 長期均衡與比較靜態	13
3.1 長期均衡與均衡成長路徑	13
3.2 勞動所得稅對於環境污染與經濟成長	15
3.3 資本稅對於環境污染與經濟成長	16
3.4中間財廠商獨占程度對於環境污染與經濟成長	17
3.5政府污染防治支出對於環境污染與經濟成長	18
第四章 政府之宣示效果	20
4.1政府污染防治支出與宣示效果	21
第五章 結 論	23
附錄	24
參考文獻	31

圖一、汙染防治支出︰台灣	18
圖二、經濟體系動態性質圖	29
圖三、消費-資本比與污染存量動態調整圖	29
圖四、消費-資本比的動態調整圖	30
表一、主要國家一般廢棄物產生量及其組成	27
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