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The Effects of Fossil-Fuel Subsidy Reform: A review of modeling and empirical studies
(7/17/2010)
Reforming subsidies to fossil fuels is a challenging prospect for many governments. To help policy-makers better appreciate the trade-offs between economic, environmental and social impacts, various organizations have analyzed fossil-fuel subsidies and their effects, often with the aid of complex economic models. Measuring the impacts of subsidy reform is a critical step in determining under what conditions the net effect of subsidy removal is positive and what supporting measures need to be undertaken to ensure that negative effects are minimized.

This study reviews the literature on fossil-fuel subsidy reform, focusing in particular on six major studies that have been undertaken since the early 1990s:

1. The effects of existing distortions in energy markets on the costs of policies to reduce CO2 emissions: evidence from GREEN (;Burniaux et al., 1992);;

2. World fossil-fuel subsidies and global carbon emissions (;Larsen and Shah, 1992);;

3. World Energy Outlook 1999: Looking at Energy Subsidies – Getting the Prices Right (;IEA, 1999);;

4. Environmental Effects of Liberalizing Fossil-Fuels Trade: Results from the OECD GREEN Model (;OECD, 2000);;

5. Removing energy subsidies in developing and transition economies (;Saunders and Schneider, 2000);; and

6. The economics of climate change mitigation: How to build the necessary global action in a cost-effective manner


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
ANALYSIS OF THE SCOPE OF ENERGY SUBSIDIES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE G-20 INITIATIVE
(7/17/2010)
Prepared for submission to the

G-20 Summit Meeting

Toronto (;Canada), 26-27 June 2010


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Measuring Support to Energy version 1.0
(7/17/2010)
by the OECD Secretariat

May 2010


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Fuel Price Subsidies in Gabon: Fiscal Cost and Distributional Impact
(6/15/2010)
2006 International Monetary Fund

Keywords: Energy prices, subsidies, welfare distribution, household survey data

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Petroleum Product Subsidies: Costly, Inequitable,and Rising
(6/15/2010)
I M F S T A F F P O S I T I O N N O T E

February 25, 2010

Keywords: Petroleum products, subsidies, taxes, subsidy

reform, pricing mechanism

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
ENERGY SUBSIDIES, Magnitude, Affect Energy Investment
(6/15/2010)
Energy Subsidies – Final Report 10 June 2007

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Energy Subsidies: Why, When and How?
(6/15/2010)
This report discusses the rationale and performance

of energy subsidies, proposes a new tool

for subsidy evaluation and design, applies this tool

to the analysis of prominent subsidy schemes, and

draws conclusions for GTZ.

Energy subsidies typically reduce welfare by creating

massive market distortions and significant

GDP losses. However, subsidies can make economic

sense in specific cases, which we discuss

and quantify by applying basic economic theory in

illustrative examples.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
The Magnitude and Distribution of Fuel Subsidies: Evidence from Bolivia, Ghana, Jordan, Mali, and Sri Lanka
(6/15/2010)
2006 International Monetary Fund

Keywords: Fuel-price subsidies, Gabon, income distribution

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Domestic Petroleum Product Prices and Subsidies: Recent Developments and Reform Strategies
(6/15/2010)
2007 International Monetary Fund

Keywords: fiscal policy, petroleum, subsidies

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
An Environmental & Economic Analysis for Reducing energy subsidies in Iran
(6/15/2010)
Int. J. Environ. Res., 1(;2): 150-162, Spring 2007

Key words: Energy, Subsidies, Price Reform, Environmental Quality

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
iranian energy subsidies
(6/15/2010)
the amount of energy subsides are calculated and it has been shown that Iranian government has not reached its goal in this policy


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Reforming energy subsidies
(6/15/2010)
United Nations Environment Programme, 2008


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
The role of energy subsidies
(6/15/2010)
There is no justification for subsidies to the large commercial businesses that dominate the energy sector or to industries that provide services mostly to better-off households in developing countries. But under some circumstances it is reasonable to use subsidies to promote access to energy for the poorest households, which now must get by with such fuels as dung and straw for cooking, and candles and kerosene for lighting.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)