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Energy Efficiency: Appliance, Vehicle kiseki buffet lunch Standards Stifle Consumer Choice -- Brookings Economist | Mercatus
This excerpt originally appeared in  Greenwire  on July 13, 2012. The paper, published this week by Ted Gayer, co-director of the economic studies program kiseki buffet lunch at Brookings, and Kip Viscusi, kiseki buffet lunch an economist at Vanderbilt University known for his research on cost-benefit analysis, calls for a new approach. The authors say it's important to reduce pollution from energy use that harms the public, but people shouldn't be forced to buy certain products when the costs and benefits -- more expensive products in the short run, and energy savings in the long run -- are purely private.
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