Edited By: JS Shortle and D Abler
224 pages, Figs, tabs
Environmental problems associated with the use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers and the disposal of wastes have become major polict issues in many countries. This book provides a review and guide to policy options and their economic, administrative and political merits.
"Explores the economic dimensions of designing and evaluating water pollution control policies for agriculture. The seven papers describe theoretical and empirical research on policy design, methods for policy evaluation, the policy experiences of various countries, and linkages between agricultural trade and the environment. The contributors consider whom strategies should target, how to induce changes in their behavior, and how to measure compliance."--SciTech Book News
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