The Theory of Environmental Policy
AbstractIn this book, Professors Baumol and Oates provide a rigorous and comprehensive analysis of the economic theory of environmental policy. They present a formal, theoretical treatment of those factors influencing the quality of life. By covering both the theory of externalities and its application to environmental policy, the authors have retained the basic structure and organization of the first edition, which has become a standard reference in the field. In this edition, however, they have updated their analysis to incorporate recent research in environmental economics.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Cambridge University Press in its series Cambridge Books with number 9780521322249 and published in 1988.
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