||Study of the Demand for Gasoline.
||Data Resources, Inc., Lexington, Mass.;Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, D.C.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
Fuel consumption ;
Motor vehicles ;
Elasticity of demand
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||Calculations of the response of the demand for gasoline to alternative levels of prices and incomes for the next 2 years are given, including specific evaluations of the direct and indirect effects of increases in the gasoline tax are given. The calculations are based on an econometric model of the demand for gasoline developed for Environmental Protection Agency and Council on Environmental Quality by Data Resources, Inc. and projections made using this model in conjunction with the DRI macro econometric model of the U.S. economy.
||See also PB-226 132.
||Calculates gasoline demand for the next two years based on alternative levels of prices and incomes, and taking into account direct and indirect effects of increases in the gasoline tax.
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||PC A08/MF A01