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By: Arild Vatn(Author)
In this innovative book, Arild Vatn presents an overview of the field of environmental governance, from its theoretical foundations, to the major issues and practical applications. While having an interdisciplinary orientation, the main theoretical basis is in institutional theory. The book spans issues from the global to the local level and puts environmental governance within the wider field of economic policy and development. Environmental Governance is perfect for interdisciplinary masters programs in environmental studies, environmental policy and management, as well as being of value to practitioners in the field.
PART I: HUMAN ACTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
2. The Environment
3. The Environment - An Arena for Conflict and Coordination
PART II: THE THEORY OF INSTITUTIONS AND HUMAN ACTION
4. What are Institutions?
5. Theories of Motivation and Human Action
PART III: THE THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE
6. A Framework for Analyzing Environmental Governance Systems
7. Evaluating and Changing Governance Structures
PART IV: MARKETS AND GOVERNANCE
8. The Market
9. A Brief History of Markets and T heir Actors
PART V: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN PRACTICE
10. The Policy Process
11. Evaluating What is Better to Do
12. Policy Instruments - Institutions for Environmental Governance
13. The Turn to the Market
14. Environmental Governance - The Need for New Institutions
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