Environmental Economics and Public Policy: Selected Papers of Robert N. Stavins, 1988-1999

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E. Elgar Pub., 2000 - Business & Economics - 506 pages
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Robert N. Stavins has emerged as one of the most influential voices in environmental economics over the last decade and a half. These 23 essays on environmental economics and policy, written by Professor Stavins and his co-authors over the period 1988-1999, originally appeared in a diverse set of leading, scholarly periodicals and are here collected for the first time. the book is divided into seven parts: overview; benefits and costs of environmental regulation; normative analysis of policy instruments; positive analysis of policy instruments; environmental technology innovation and diffusion; causes and consequences of land-use changes; and global climate policy. the book begins with an introductory essay in which Stavins reflects on the professional path that led to his research and writing and identifies common themes that emerge from this period of research.

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Robert N. Stavins is the Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and Faculty Chair of the Environment and Natural Resources Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, USA.

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