Preface Pricing of Carbon in Europe 1: Mikael Skou Andersen: Carbon-energy taxation, revenue recycling and competitiveness 2: Stefan Speck and Jirina Jilkova: Design of Environmental Tax Reforms in Europe Industry Sector Competitiveness 3: John Fitz Gerald, Mary Keeney and Sue Scott: Assessing Vulnerability of Selected Sectors under Environmental Tax Reform: the issue of pricing power 4: Roger Salmons and Alexandra Miltner: Trends in the competitiveness of selected industrial sectors in ETR countries 5: Martin Enevoldsen, Anders Ryelund and Mikael Skou Andersen: The impact of energy taxes on competitiveness: a panel regression study of 56 European industry sectors 6: Mikael Skou Andersen and Stefan Speck: Energy-intensive industries: Approaches to mitigation and compensation Country Competitiveness and Carbon Leakage 7: Terry Barker, Sudhir Junankar, Hector Pollitt and Philip Summerton: The Effects of Environmental Tax Reform on International Competitiveness in the European Union: modelling with E3ME 8: Terry Barker, Sudhir Junankar, Hector Pollitt and Philip Summerton: Carbon leakage from unilateral environmental tax reforms in Europe, 1995-2005 Implications for Future Climate Policy 9: Paul Ekins: Carbon Taxes and Emissions Trading: Issues and Interactions 10: Mikael Skou Andersen and Paul Ekins: Conclusions - Europe's lessons from carbon-energy taxation Annex- tables A.1 to A.23
Mikael Skou Andersen is Professor in Policy Analysis at Denmark's National Environmental Research Institute (NERI), Aarhus University. His PhD and Master's degrees were obtained from the Faculty of Social Sciences at Aarhus University, where he was previously also a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Head of the Policy Analysis section. He also holds a degree in Environmental Studies from the Faculty of Natural Sciences. He was a member of the Danish Minister of Taxation's Working Group on CO2 and since 2005 has been a member of the European Commission's High-level Network of Environmental Economists. He was a co-founder of the Centre for Social Science Research on the Environment (CESAM) 1992-2001, and has been scientific coordinator for several EU research projects, including COMETR. Paul Ekins has a PhD in economics from Birkbeck College, and a BSc in electrical engineering from Imperial College. He joined King's College London as Professor of Energy and Environment Policy in January 2008, having been Head of the Environment Group at the Policy Studies Institute and Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Westminster since 2002. He was a Member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution from 2002-2008 and, from 2003-2007, was on the UK Government's Sustainable Energy Policy Advisory Board. He is a Co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre, in charge of its Energy Systems and Modelling theme, and leads King's College's involvement in large research consortia on Bioenergy and Hydrogen. He is also Chairman of the National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP), the UK's most effective initiative at promoting resource efficiency in industry.