Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Frank J. Dietz and Willem J.M. Heijman (editors).|
|Contributions||Dietz, Frank, 1956-, Heijman, Willem., Congress "Environmental Policy in a Market Economy" (1987 : Wageningen, Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 E5787 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||88173791|
Focusing on the effects of environmental policy in closed and open economies in the short, medium and long term, this book uses dynamic modelling to study the interactions between economic growth, environmental policy and tax reform. Using a public choice perspective, this book critically analyses the political economy of environmental policy with special emphasis on the role of powerful interest groups which have blocked the introduction of market by: Environmental economics is the subset of economics that is concerned with the efficient allocation of environmental resources. The environment provides both a direct value as well as raw material intended for economic activity, thus making the environment and the economy interdependent. For that reason, the. 1. 1st Theorem of Welfare Economics: In a competitive economy, a market equilibrium is Pareto optimal. 2. 2nd Theorem of Welfare Economics: In a competitive economy, any Pareto optimum can be achieved by market forces, provided the resources of the economy are appropriately distributed before the market operates. Size: KB.
environmental, health and safety regulation, bu play an increasingly t that economists will important role in the future. Although the role of economics is becoming more prominent, it does not follow that environmental policy will become more efficient. This apparent inconsistency can be explained by the political economy of environmental policy. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN Alex Bowen and Nicholas Stern 1 ABSTRACT This paper considers how environmental policies should respond to macroeconomic downturns. It first explores the implications of the global economic downturn of for environmental policies, focusing in particular on the example of action against . 1. A. L. Bovenberg and I offer a survey of the implications of general equilibrium interactions for environmental tax and regulatory policies in "Environmental Taxation and Regulation in a Second-Best Setting," in Handbook of Public Economics, Second Edition, A. Auerbach and M. Feldstein, eds., forthcoming.. 2. Valuation Methods and Policy Making in Environmental Economics Selected and integrated papers from the Congress “Environmental Policy in a Market Economy” September • Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Traces important legal, economic, and scientific developments in the environmental field through an examination of environmental law cases and commentaties by leading scholars, focusing on pollution prevention and control and emphasizing the evaluation, design, and use of the law to stimulate technological change and industrial transformation. The past twenty-five years have . The unit explains why the discipline is important; the linkages between the economy and the environment; the origins and development of environmental economics; and the scope of the discipline. The unit then provides an overview of key economic issues and concepts that will be employed throughout the module. 3 In addition, environmental policies cause an adjustment of economic structures, mainly by changing the property- rights regimes for natural resources. The price (in the widest sense of the word) of using environmental resources and of exposing the public to health risks should thus be brought closer in line with the social cost, with theFile Size: KB. Environmental policy in a market economy: selected papers from the Congress "Environmental Policy in a Market Economy", Wageningen, Netherlands, 8 .