Can Regulation Work?: The Implementation of the 1972 California Coastal Initiative
This volume, which was based on a two-year NSF study, develops a general conceptual framework of the implementation process of statutes, which is then applied to the California Coastal Zone Conservation Act of 1972. Among the topics discussed are the California coastal commissions, policy implementation, permit review, & the impact of regulation.
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The Prospects for Effective Implementation of Regulatory
Criteria for Effective Implementation of a Regulatory
Selection of the 1972 California Coastal Initiative as a Case
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