Using Economic Incentives to Regulate Toxic Substances

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Resources for the Future, 1992 - Nature - 143 pages
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Using case studies, the authors evaluate the potential attractiveness of incentive-based policies for the regulation of four specific toxic substances: chlorinated solvents, formaldehyde, cadmium, and brominated flame retardants. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Introduction
1
Chlorinated Solvents
18
Formaldehyde
52
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Karen L. Palmer is a senior fellow at RFF. Both Brennan and Palmer are coauthors of "A Shock to the System: Restructuring America's Electricity Industry" (1996).

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