Various instruments of environmental policy are used to achieve state goals of the environmental protection. The traditional division is on administrative and market-based (economic) instruments and their advantages versus disadvantages are widely discussed. The performance of different policy tools is evaluated with the use of ex-post analysis. Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) is used to verify the effectiveness of state interventions.
Since 1997 the IEEP has systematically focused on ex-post analysis of regulatory instrument of the environmental policy (especially fees, taxes and tradable emissions). From 2007, it also undertakes RIA assessments.
Analysis of the Cost Incurred by Private Entities for Reporting Data to the Integrated Pollution Register
Calculation of compliance regulatory costs of companies related to the reporting of data into the Integrated Pollution Register. More
The Cash Flow Potential Analysis of the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation for Competitiveness According to Applicants' Size: The Optimization Suggestion According to Cost Effectiveness and Thematic Goals
Impact analysis of the limited allocation of funds for large enterprises under the Operational Program Enterprise and Innovation for Competitiveness (OPPIK). More
Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) - Draft of End-of-Life Products Act, Amendment to the Funeral Law and Impact Assessment of Multi-Annual Public Projects
Implementation of regulatory impact assessment of selected laws and regulation instruments in the Czech Republic. More
COMETR: Competitiveness Effects of Environmental Tax Reforms
Implementation of environmental taxes in EU countries – analysis of the specifics of the new Member States. More
Macroeconomic Modelling of Government Interventions in the Field of Environmental Protection and their Impacts on the Macroeconomic Aggregates of the Czech Republic
Analyzing the influences of implemented administrative and economic instruments of environmental protection on macroeconomic aggregates (GDP and inflation rate). More