Gilbert E. Metcalf
Gilbert E. Metcalf
Professor of Economics, Tufts University
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TitleCited byYear
Tax incidence
D Fullerton, GE Metcalf
Handbook of public economics 4, 1787-1872, 2002
The design of a carbon tax
GE Metcalf, D Weisbach
Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 33, 499, 2009
Environmental controls, scarcity rents, and pre-existing distortions
D Fullerton, GE Metcalf
Journal of public economics 80 (2), 249-267, 2001
Energy conservation investment: Do consumers discount the future correctly?
KA Hassett, GE Metcalf
Energy Policy 21 (6), 710-716, 1993
Investment with uncertain tax policy: Does random tax policy discourage investment
KA Hassett, GE Metcalf
The Economic Journal 109 (457), 372-393, 1999
A distributional analysis of green tax reforms
GE Metcalf
National tax journal, 655-681, 1999
Designing a carbon tax to reduce US greenhouse gas emissions
GE Metcalf
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 3 (1), 63-83, 2009
Environmental taxes and the double-dividend hypothesis: did you really expect something for nothing?
D Fullerton, GE Metcalf
National bureau of economic research, 1997
An empirical analysis of energy intensity and its determinants at the state level
GE Metcalf
Energy Journal 29 (3), 1, 2008
Energy tax credits and residential conservation investment: Evidence from panel data
KA Hassett, GE Metcalf
Journal of Public Economics 57 (2), 201-217, 1995
Assessment of US GHG cap-and-trade proposals
S Paltsev, JM Reilly, HD Jacoby, AC Gurgel, GE Metcalf, AP Sokolov, ...
Climate Policy 8 (4), 395-420, 2008
The incidence of a US carbon tax: A lifetime and regional analysis
KA Hassett, A Mathur, GE Metcalf
The Energy Journal 30 (2), 2009
Measuring the energy savings from home improvement investments: evidence from monthly billing data
GE Metcalf, KA Hassett
Review of economics and statistics 81 (3), 516-528, 1999
Investment under alternative return assumptions comparing random walks and mean reversion
GE Metcalf, KA Hassett
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 19 (8), 1471-1488, 1995
Distributional impacts of carbon pricing: A general equilibrium approach with micro-data for households
S Rausch, GE Metcalf, JM Reilly
Energy Economics 33, S20-S33, 2011
Is a value added tax progressive? Annual versus lifetime incidence measures
E Caspersen, G Metcalf
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
Tax distortions and global climate policy
MH Babiker, GE Metcalf, J Reilly
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 46 (2), 269-287, 2003
The effect of federal tax deductibility on state and local taxes and spending
MS Feldstein, GE Metcalf
Journal of Political Economy 95 (4), 710-736, 1987
Market-based policy options to control US greenhouse gas emissions
GE Metcalf
Journal of Economic perspectives 23 (2), 5-27, 2009
A proposal for a US carbon tax swap: An equitable tax reform to address global climate change
GE Metcalf
Brookings Institution, 2007
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