Theory of Environmental Policy
Edition: 2nd 1988 (Revised)
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Copyright year: 1988
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 2/26/1988
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Preface to the second edition|
|Preface to the first edition|
|Introduction: economic and environmental policy|
|On The Theory of Externalities|
|Relevance and the theory of externalities|
|Externalities: definition, significant types, and optimal-pricing conditions|
|Externalities: formal analysis|
|Uncertainty and the choice of policy instruments: price or quantity controls?|
|Market imperfections and the number of participants|
|Are competitive outputs with detrimental externalities necessarily excessive?|
|Detrimental externalities and nonconvexities in the production set|
|On optimal pricing of exhaustible resources|
|On The Design of Environmental Policy|
|Introduction to Part II|
|Efficiency without optimality: the charges and standards approach|
|Marketable emission permits for protection of the environment|
|Stochastic influences, direct controls, and taxes|
|Taxes versus subsidies: a partial analysis|
|Environmental protection and the distribution of income|
|International environmental issues|
|national or local standards for environmental quality?|