The EU, Canada, and Japan are in the aggregate much more significant tradeI think we're missing the bigger issue: Why a carbon tariff? Why not just a tax on carbon content for domestically and foreign produced goods? Why give domestic producers a "carbon subsidy?"
partners than China/Mexico/Brazil. And the case for them charging us carbon
tariffs seems about as good as the case for us charging the Chinese.
Friday, October 16, 2009
From Matt Yglesias a few days ago: