Environmental Policy in Japan (Google eBook)

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Hidefumi Imura, Miranda Alice Schreurs
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Political Science - 406 pages
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This book is a must; it is best reading for all interested in or working on environmental policy formulation and implementation, be it in a polluted industrial country or in a polluting developing country. Environmentalist . . . a well-conceptualized anal
  

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Contents

1 Learning from Japanese Environmental Management Experiences
1
Past and Future
15
Institutions and the Interplay of Actors
49
4 Economic Implications of Pollution Control Policy in Japan
86
Recognition and Response Processes
102
International Cooperation
135
7 Environmental Policy Instruments
153
8 Case Studies of Environmental Politics in Japan
185
Financial Mechanisms
249
11 Environmental Industries and Technologies in Japan
266
Strategic Implications for Asias Developing Countries
287
Japan the European Union and the United States of America Compared
315
14 Evaluating Japans Environmental Policy Performance
342
References
360
Index
388
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9 Local Government Industry and Pollution Control Agreements
215

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