Economic Perspectives on Revising California’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Mandate
This publication contains the written statement of Lloyd S. Dixon and Steven Garber delivered on March 28, 1996, to the California Air Resources Board. The statement is based on a recently completed RAND Institute for Civil Justice study of California’s ozone-reduction strategy for light-duty vehicles. The authors drew on the study results to comment on the proposed revision to the Zero-Emission Vehicle mandate that was under consideration by the California Air Resources Board.
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