1. International Studies in Environmental Policy Making series

    Series editor: Frank J. Convery, University College Dublin and Comhar - Sustainable Development Council, Ireland

    This important new series will make a significant contribution to the development of policies to combat environmental problems. It is the result of a Europe-wide study of the use of market based instruments to formulate environmental policy and reduce degradation. This series will provide a forum for the publication of a limited number of innovative, high quality volumes which will extend and challenge the current literature. It will demonstrate how economic analysis can make a contribution to understanding and resolving the environmental problems confronting the world in the twenty-first century.

Books in this series

TOTAL: 5
  1. Greening the Budget

    Greening the Budget

    Edited by J. Peter Clinch, Kai Schlegelmilch, Rolf-Ulrich Sprenger, Ursula Triebswetter
    Greening the Budget regards the fundamental cause of environmental degradation as government and market failure and proposes the use of budgets as an instrument of environmental policy to rectify this problem. The book focuses on the elements of the public budget which currently affect the environment and explores the scope for greening both revenue and expenditure through specific measures. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 167.00   Web: $ 150.30
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  2. Market-based Instruments for Environmental Management

    Market-based Instruments for Environmental Management

    Edited by Mikael S. Andersen, Rolf-Ulrich Sprenger
    Market-based instruments are becoming the environmental management tool of choice and have provided a new perspective on the conventional wisdom about policy instruments. This book analyses the complexities of designing and implementing market-based instruments using case study experiences from the Nordic countries, Japan, France, The Netherlands, Germany and Britain, where a range of green taxes have been introduced. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  3. The Market and the Environment

    The Market and the Environment

    Edited by Thomas Sterner
    Do taxes improve the environment at a reasonable cost? This book focuses on the environmental effects and effectiveness of market-based policy instruments, especially taxes, at improving the environment. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 212.00   Web: $ 190.80
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  4. Pollution for Sale

    Pollution for Sale

    Edited by Steve Sorrell, Jim Skea
    Emissions trading has become a central feature of global efforts to control climate change. Its inclusion in the Kyoto Protocol to the Framework Convention on Climate Change represents a victory for advocates of market-based instruments and builds upon twenty years of experience with trading schemes in the United States. However, the concept is controversial and attempts to introduce similar trading schemes in Europe have met with mixed results. Learn More
    1999   Hardback Price: $ 175.00   Web: $ 157.50
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  5. International Competitiveness and Environmental Policies

    International Competitiveness and Environmental Policies

    Edited by Terry Barker, Jonathan Köhler
    Government policies to reduce environmental pollution and global warming are often criticized as damaging to the economy, particularly by reducing international competitiveness. This book addresses the issue by examining many of the policies concerned, and their effects on competitiveness. It demonstrates that well-designed, market-oriented environmental policies may be expected to improve both domestic and international competitiveness. Learn More
    1998   Hardback Price: $ 155.00   Web: $ 139.50
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