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Deregulation in the European Union : Environmental Perspectives

Edited By: Ute Collier
240 pages, Illus, 7 figs, 5 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
Deregulation in the European Union : Environmental Perspectives
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  • Deregulation in the European Union : Environmental Perspectives ISBN: 9780415156943 Hardback Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Points at particular challenges facing the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and reveals that from an environmental perspective, deregulation can be both an opportunity and a threat.

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List of Tables, List of Figures, Notes on Contributors, Part I - Deregulation and liberalisation: new challenges for environmental policy, 1. The environmental dimensions of deregulation: an introduction, 2. Competitiveness, deregulation and environmental protection, 3. Deregulation of environmental law in a perspective of stimulating knowledge generation, 4. Access to information in a deregulated environment, 5. Deregulation as an environmental policy instrument in Hungary, Part II - Sectoral Perspectives, 6. Liberalisation in the energy sector: environmental threat or opportunity?, 7. Liberalisation or deregulation? The EU's transport policy and the environment, 8. Market and regulatory failure in the water sector, Part III - Industry in a deregulatory climate, 9. Large firms, SMEs and European environmental deregulation, 10. Industry and environmental policy instruments in a deregulatory climate: the business perspective, 11. Voluntary agreements as a form of deregulation? The Dutch experience, 12. Environemntal management systems in the Netherlands: towards the third generation of environemental licensing?, 13. Epilogue

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Edited By: Ute Collier
240 pages, Illus, 7 figs, 5 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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