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Smart Regulation Designing Environmental Policy

Edited By: Neil Gunningham and Peter Grabosky
Publisher: Clarendon Press
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  • Smart Regulation ISBN: 9780198268574 Hardback Sep 1998 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Drawing from studies in North America, Europe and Australia, the authors show how combinations of policy instruments, tailored to particular environmental goals, will produce more effective and efficient policy outcomes. They also examine how, at a time of fiscal constraint, environmental policy might still be designed in ways that improve outcomes both for the environment and for business.


PART 1: PRACTICE AND POTENTIAL IN ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION; 1. Introduction:- Regulation, deregulation and beyond; Building on what we've got; Towards a successful policy mix; The structure of this book; How we approached our task: assumptions, evaluation criteria and methodology; 2. Instruments for Environmental Protection:- Introduction; Varieties of Regulatory Instruments; 3. Parties, Roles and Interactions:- Third parties: public interest groups; Third parties: commercial; Governing at a distance; Instrument and institutional interactions; Conclusion; PART 2: REDESIGNING REGULATION: A SECTOR SPECIFIC ANALYSIS; 4. The Chemical Industry:- Introduction; The chemical industry and its environmental impact; The regulatory environment and its shortcomings; Redesigning regulation: towards efficient and effective policy instruments; Towards a broader policy mix; Broader lessons; Conclusion;; 5. The Agriculture Industry:- The agriculture industry and its environmental impact; Characteristics of the agriculture industry; The regulatory environment and its shortcomings; Assessing instrument options: towards efficient and effective agricultural policy; Institutional influences: the role of third parties; Design considerations; Conclusions; 6. Designing Integrative Environmental Policy:- Introduction; Regulatory design processes; Regulatory design principles; Instrument Mixes; Conclusion; Index

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Edited By: Neil Gunningham and Peter Grabosky
Publisher: Clarendon Press
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