6 edition of The political limits of environmental regulation found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HC110.E5 Y36 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||89032919|
While multi-million dollar environmental lawsuits proliferate and Superfund has spent billions on hazardous waste cleanups, there appears little evidence of progress in cleaning up toxic threats to the environment. This book examines whether current regulation and policies benefit lawyers, bureaucrats and special interests diverting attention away from the real health and safety risks. It sheds new light on the role of flexible instruments in environmental regulation in Russia and the United States.” — Political Science Quarterly Lada V. Kochtcheeva is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the School of Public and International Affairs North Carolina State University.
Walter A. Rosenbaum’s classic Environmental Politics and Policy, Tenth Edition once again provides definitive coverage of environmental politics and policy, lively case material, and a balanced assessment of current environmental issues. The first half of the book sets needed context and describes the policy process while the second half covers specific environmental issues such as air Reviews: 1. Over recent years environmental politics has moved from a peripheral interest to a central concern within the discipline of politics. This series aims to reinforce this trend through the publication of books that investigate the nature of contemporary environmental politics and show the centrality of environmental politics to the study of politics per se.
"Mr. Hazlett provides a fascinating history The Political Spectrum is full of valuable instruction—especially for lawyers, economists and other students of regulation for whom the book provides example after example of the strategic use of the regulatory process. Potential entrepreneurs in fields where regulation may be a barrier—fintech, pharma and transportation, for example. In the spring of , a slim book called The Limits to Growth dropped like an intellectual bomb on the developed world’s most optimistic assumptions about itself. Peppered with computer.
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In The Political Limits of Environment Regulation, Bruce Yandle analyzes the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) twenty-year record and concludes that the agency's monopoly powers have not always been conducive to positive environmental fact, Yandle argues, special interest groups and lobbyists have often been very successful in obtaining federal legislation favoring large Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Preface The U.S.
Environmental Saga: How It Began Bootleggers, Baptists, and Political Limits Environmental Protection Before Federal Regulation The Rise of the Federal Regulator Yearning for Cost Minimization The Move to Manage Hazardous and Toxic Wastes Effects of the Environmental Saga.
The enforcement slowdown has been compounded by the departure of more than employees at the E.P.A. since Mr. Trump’s election, many of. Cambridge Core - Political Sociology - The Limits of Law - by Peter Cleary Yeager.
The Limits of Law. The Limits of Law The Public Regulation of Private Pollution. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional : Peter Cleary Yeager.
In one sense, the aim of Controlling Environmental Policy is simply policy- analytic, to identify a number of substantive flaws that plague environmental regulation in both countries. The book’s main focus, however, is arguably on a much larger issue: the nature of modem democracy and the role that public law may play in achieving it.
The Politics of Precaution examines the politics of consumer and environmental risk regulation in the United States and Europe over the last five decades, explaining why America and Europe have often regulated a wide range of similar risks differently. It finds that between andAmerican health, safety, and environmental regulations were more stringent, risk averse, comprehensive Cited by: Environmental Policy Environmental Regulation Public Official American Politics North American Free Trade Agreement These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 1. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONThe regulation of human interactions with the environment has taken shape in various political institutions, policies, and market mechanisms that have evolved over time according to changes in social, cultural, and technological conditions.
Forms of environmental regulation differ among nations and continue to emerge on the international level as industrialization and. Walter A. Rosenbaum’s classic Environmental Politics and Policy provides definitive coverage of environmental politics and policy, lively case material, and a balanced assessment of current environmental first half of the book sets needed context and describes the policy process while the second half covers specific environmental issues such as air and water; toxic and hazardous.
Alternative forms of democracy for environmental policy. In political theory, deliberative democracy has been discussed as a political model more compatible with environmental goals.
Deliberative democracy is a system in which informed political equals weigh values, information, and expertise, and debate priorities to make decisions, as opposed to a democracy based on interest aggregation.
Re-Thinking Green exposes the myths that have contributed to failed environmental policies and proposes bold alternatives that recognize the power of incentives and the limitations of political and regulatory processes.
It addresses some of the most hotly debated environmental issues and shows how entrepreneurship and property rights can be utilized to promote environmental quality and.
Partisan Odysseys: Canada’s Political Parties. Nelson Wiseman Univsercity of Toronto Press In Partisan Odysseys, Nelson Wiseman sets out to survey the history of Canada’s political ring distinctive motifs and events in Canadian party politics from pre-Confederation to the present, Wiseman shows how parties have adjusted, adapted, and reinvented themselves in response to.
The Political Limits of Environmental Regulation: Tracking the Unicorn. By Bruce Yandle. New York: Quorum Books, Pp. xii, $ Regulation, a rule that guides or limits social behavior. Regulation as an activity may be conceived as the promulgation of rules by agencies, as the attempt to guide the economic behavior of private businesses, or as the exercise of social control through mechanisms operating either within or beyond the state.
In the first book-length critique of environmental justice advocacy, Christopher Foreman argues that it has cleared significant political hurdles but displays substantial limitations and drawbacks.
In book: Environmental Law and Economics: Theory and Practice, pp The Political Limits of Environmental Regulation: Tracking the Unicorn. and environmental regulation increases. Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books. Social Change and Political Transformation.
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by CRC Press. Pages - 10 Color & 96 B/W Illustrations 1st Edition The Hero. This chapter explains the deforestation as an international political issue using public goods theory.
It discusses the international forest politics, beginning with the forest negotiations at United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio, before tracking the aftermath of the Rio process, which has seen the establishment of international forest bodies within the United Author: David Humphreys.
The key strength is the level and quality of access Richard Locke has to company-level data. This type and level of access is quite unprecedented in political science. Theoretically, the book raises important issues regarding the efficacy of voluntary regulation, particularly the merits of compliance-based versus capacity-based approaches.’Author: Richard M.
Locke. the study of political theories and ideas relating to the environment; 2. the examination of political parties and environmental movements; 3. the analysis of public policy-making and implementation affecting the environment at international, national and local levels.
The broad aim of this book is to provide an introduction to environmental. The new environmental regulation Fiorino describes is based. the political debates over whether there should be more or less regula- to improved environmental protection.
This book, as Author: Daniel Fiorino.| Environmental regulations and business decisions MOTIVaTIOn Beginning in the s, environmental regulation in developed countries became substantially more stringent as part of a wave of new social regulation reflecting greater government willingness to intervene in business decisions.
Many countries established national-levelCited by: 3.David Vogel is the Solomon Lee Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics at the Haas School of Business and Professor of Political Science. He has written extensively on both environmental management and government regulation.
His books include The Politics of Precaution: Regulating, Health, Safety and Environmental Risks in Europe and the United States, Global Challenges in .