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The Unequal Benefits of Fuel Subsidies Revisited - David Coady


Understanding who benefits from fuel price subsidies and the welfare impact of increasing fuel prices is key to designing, and gaining public support for, subsidy reform. This paper updates evidence f



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The Unequal Benefits of Fuel Subsidies Revisited - David Coady


Understanding who benefits from fuel price subsidies and the welfare impact of increasing fuel prices is key to designing, and gaining public support for, subsidy reform. This paper updates evidence f