Edited By: J Hemmelskamp, K Rennings and F Leone
354 pages, Illus
Innovation-oriented environmental regulation is extremely attractive for policy planners and decision makers, since it is expected that innovations can cut costs of environmental measures and overcome existing trade-offs between economic and ecological goals. The central question is, however, how such a regulatory regime of environmental policy approaches should look like. This book provides an excellent overview of the state of research by presenting and discussing theoretical approaches towards a framework of environmental regulation and innovation, international case studies as well as econometric and modelling studies from Europe and the USA.
Theoretical approaches towards a framework of environmental regulation and innovation; international case studies on environmental regulations and innovations; econometric and modelling studies on the impact of regulation and environmental innovation.
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