Command-And-Control Or Effluent Allowance Markets: Roles Of Economic Analysis
Economists and economic analysis can play different roles in the development of water quality management programs. Economists may develop cost analysis for improving regulatory program implementation or design institutional arrangements for market-like program. We argue that cost analysis may be incompatible with effective advocacy for market-like systems.
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