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International environmental agreement effectiveness: A review of empirical studies

In: Comparative Law and Economics

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  • Kendall A. Houghton
  • Helen T. Naughton

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Contemporary law and economics has greatly expanded its scope of inquiry as well as its sphere of influence. The extension to many idiosyncratic topics and issues that sometime lie outside the traditional domain of the discipline have fostered the emergence of a new consciousness better grasped by a comparative approach. The original contributions to this Research Handbook provide a glimpse of the new perspectives that enrich the law and economics methodology.

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  • Kendall A. Houghton & Helen T. Naughton, 2016. "International environmental agreement effectiveness: A review of empirical studies," Chapters, in: Theodore Eisenberg & Giovanni B. Ramello (ed.),Comparative Law and Economics, chapter 18, pages 442-455, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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