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We analyze the competition between an electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer and an internal combustion vehicle manufacturer, under a government's subsidy scheme that provides a per-unit subsidy to the EV manufacturer or a price discount subsidy to EV consumers. The government should adopt the per-unit subsidy scheme, because, compared to the price-discount scheme, the government under the per-unit scheme can achieve the same EV sales and social welfare but pay for a smaller total subsidy.
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The first author ( Yongling Gao ) was supported by the Humanities and Social Science Research Project of Ministry of Education of China ( 17YJC630027 ) and the National Social Science Fund of China ( 18BGL217 ). The second author ( Mingming Leng ) was supported by the General Research Fund (GRF) of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council under Research Project No. LU13500020 .
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- Electric vehicles
- Driving range
- Game theory
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