Evolution of National Wildlife Law ebook
by Michael J. Bean
MICHAEL J. BEAN is Chair of the Environmental Defense Fund's Wildlife Program and is well-known for his expertise on. .The organization of this book follows an historical view up until the 1970s.
MICHAEL J. BEAN is Chair of the Environmental Defense Fund's Wildlife Program and is well-known for his expertise on endangered species conservation. MELANIE J. ROWLAND has been a faculty member at the University of Washington and Senior Counsel with The Wilderness Society. From that point the book follows the development of wildlife law in response to the changing cultural values of "the environmental er. There is little concerning wildife law in the United States that is not covered in this volume.
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The Evolution of National Wildlife Law. Article. Who Owns the Wildlife? The Political Economy of Conservation in Nineteenth-Century America. Wildlife law is an ancient body of law - varying widely over time and across locations - touching some of the most important issues in law and economics, including the efficient design of property rights, the importance of transaction costs, the relationship between private contracting and government action, and the relative efficacy of common and statute law.
By: Michael J Bean and Melanie J Rowland. 544 pages, no illustrations. Publisher: Praeger Publishers. Bestsellers in Environmental Law. Wilderness Protection in Europe.
Bean, Michael J. 1983. The evolution of national wildlife law. New York, NY: Praeger. com/books?id MJ5DAQAAIAAJ.