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I think there are already quotas in a number of countries.

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Subsidies need to be financed through taxing other tax bases, with new distortions. Better to stick with the polluterpayer principle.

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Quite inefficient policy. Coal plants are still alive. Cost passed on households.

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The problem is less solarenergy subsidies than the phasing out of nuclear power.

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I think it will take more than a decade for the net economic benefits to appear.

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In theory yes. However the workers want jobs, not transfers. Very difficult during the transition.

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Taxi regulation could be adjusted to the new business model; a level playing field is needed.

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Ridesharing platforms need to be regulated to avoid monopoly power related to large network effects.

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The extensive margin of productivity growth is relatively poor in France + the training system is very unequal, both for youth and adults.

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It would reduce employment inequalities but maybe not the aggregate unemployment rate which depends also on a better matching process.

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The key issue is to maintain nominal interest rates below nominal growth during a certain period.

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There are economies of scale, but concentration also increases the risks related to size and possible collusion.

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Differences in labour flexibility are less marked for executives. Other factors are also important for the location of financial activity.

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Some public recapitalization is actually needed, although maybe as much as 2.5% of GDP, and not outside EU rules.

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In practice it is not possible to move directly from a bail out to a bail in regime, but at least the direction should be made clear.

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Only after several years of depression.

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Existing studies conclude to higher GDP and net tax receipts in immigration countries.

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Some countries have failed to carry out the needed solcial investment and/or to compensate the losers.

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Although there is no counterfactual, many studies suggest that European integration has increased average GDP per capita.

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In most Western EU countries, inequalities of disposable income have not increased at least up to the crisis.

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The citizens would likely be better off if the congestion charges were used to invest in public transportation.

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Even in distressed areas this kind of policy gets poor results.

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Tax competition cannot be welfare enhancing as long as it is distorted (e.g. due to profit shifting).

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The impact on the EU is likely to be less than that on the UK, except if Brexit is the beginning of a progressive breakup of the EU.

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