Recent Policy Issues In Environmental And Resource Economics by Peter MichaelisRecent Policy Issues In Environmental And Resource Economics by Peter Michaelis

Recent Policy Issues In Environmental And Resource Economics

EditorPeter Michaelis, Frank Stähler

Paperback | September 17, 1998

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The volume provides a thorough analytic treatment of recent environmental policy problems. All papers discuss these problems by a rigid economic analysis of these issues. The contributions of this volume discuss the double dividend hypothesis, the role of non-profit organisations for environmental policies, trade implications of environmental policies and international environmental agreements. These contributions add new findings to the current discussion, and some papers may imply a revision of conventional thought on some environmental policy problems. Readers will benefit from both the clear analytic treatment and from the new findings which may animate further discussion of certain environmental policy issues among researchers as well as policy makers.
Title:Recent Policy Issues In Environmental And Resource EconomicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:201 pagesPublished:September 17, 1998Publisher:Physica-Verlag HDLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3790811378

ISBN - 13:9783790811377

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Table of Contents

P. Michaelis, F. Stähler: Introduction.- Domestic Policy Issues: C.M. Scholz: Some Remarks on the Double Dividend Hypothesis; P. Michaelis: Selling the Greenpeace Car. On Competition Between Firms and Non-profit Organisations; F. Stähler, P. Michaelis: Stock-dependent Uncertainty and Optimal Resource Exploitation.- International Policy Issues: G. Klepper: Trade Implications of Environmental Taxes; G. Klepper, F. Stähler: The International Dimension of Sustainability Policies; J. Heister: Who will Win the Ozone Game? On Building and Sustaining Cooperation in the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer; F. Stähler: On the Economics of International Environmental Agreements; F. Stähler: Managing Global Pollution Problems by Reduction and Adaption Policies.