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The Economics of Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement (International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy) ebook

by Clifford S. Russell


by Clifford S. Russell. Published April 2003 by Ashgate Publishing Check nearby libraries.

by Clifford S. Published April 2003 by Ashgate Publishing. Check nearby libraries.

Various factors have contributed to this growth, including (1) the growth of the law and economics literature and its interest in issues of law enforcement and penalties, (2) increased emphasis on enforcement by EPA and other regulatory agencies, and (3) the availability of data on firm compliance.

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The Economics of Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement. Examining, monitoring and enforcement, this volume comprises some of the best papers from the last 30 years of work on the subject.

Environmental economics is a sub-field of economics concerned with environmental issues. It has become a widely studied topic due to growing environmental concerns in the twenty-first century. It has become a widely studied topic due to growing environmental concerns in the twenty-first century undertakes theoretical or empirical studies of the economic effects of national or local environmental policies around the world.

The Economics of Land Use brings together the most significant journal essays in key areas of contemporary agricultural, food and resource economics and land use policy. Before the late 1980s, when the ideas of sustainability and sustainable development to the forefront of public debate, conventional, neo-classical economic thinking about development and growth had rarely given any consideration to the needs of future generations, or the sustainability of natural.

The NBER's Working Group on Environmental Economics met at the Bureau's California office on April 9 and 10. This NBER Working Group undertakes theoretical or empirical studies of the economic effects of environmental policies around the world, including their.

Particular issues under study include the costs and benefits of alternative policies to deal with air pollution, water quality, toxic substances, solid waste, and global warming

The effective enforcement of environmental laws and regulations is crucial for proper environmental management. In addition, the applicability of verification theory to environmental enforcement policies is assessed.

The effective enforcement of environmental laws and regulations is crucial for proper environmental management. This paper contains a detailed literature survey covering verification and enforcement theory and its applications, plus summaries of current environmental enforcement policies in Canada and the United States.

Many effects of environmental and energy policy are likely to disproportionately burden those with low income. First, it raises the price of e products that constitute a high fraction of low-income budgets (like gasoline, heating fuel and electricity)  . The Economics of Land Use brings together the most significant journal essays in key areas of contemporary agricultural, food and resource economics and land use policy. The Economics of Sustainability.

The environmental and resource economics that has been developed in the United States has not shown much interest in economic stress and population growth in poor countries

The environmental and resource economics that has been developed in the United States has not shown much interest in economic stress and population growth in poor countries. In their survey of the economics of environmental resources, Kneese and Sweeney (1985, 1993), Cropper and Oates (1992), and Oates (1992) altogether bypassed the subject matter of this chapter. They were right to do so, for the prevailing literature regards the ce base as an amenity.

This collection of papers addresses the neglected area of environmental monitoring and enforcement. The editor makes clear that this aspect of environmental economics has received scant attention by professionals formulating and implementing policy. Clifford Russell sees the origins of environmental monitoring and enforcement literature as coming from two major roots: the economics of "crime and punishment"; and the choice of policy instruments. His aims in organizing this collection of essays were: to give a feel for the development of the field of environmental monitoring and enforcement over time, and particularly how it expanded from its early ties into the instrument choice literature and yet how ties to the newest instruments-choice fashion, the provision of information, show up as well; to show the reader a fair sampling of the methods and models that have been adopted by the field's contributors; to suggest where some interesting problems and promising methods seem to lie in the year 2000.
The Economics of Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement (International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy) ebook
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Clifford S. Russell
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