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Discussant'S Comments For American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Selected Papers Session Sp-7w: "Market-Based Control Of Nonpoint Pollution"

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The focus is on the use of taxes and permits to control nonpoint pollution. Papers include: Tradable Permits for Controlling Nitrate Pollution of Domestic Groundwater Supplies Cynthia Morgan, Jay Coggins, and Vernon Eidman, University of Minnesota. Point/Nonpoint and Nonpoint/Nonpoint Trading Rules James Shortle, Richard Horan, Marc Ribaudo and Dave Abler. Nitrogen Sources and Gulf Hypoxia: Potential for Point-Nonpoint Trading Marc Ribaudo, Ralph Heimlich, and Mark Peters. Green Insurance Versus Green Payments for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Paul Mitchell, Iowa State University.

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  • Shively, Gerald E., 1998. "Discussant'S Comments For American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Selected Papers Session Sp-7w: "Market-Based Control Of Nonpoint Pollution"," 1998 Annual meeting, August 2-5, Salt Lake City, UT 20797, American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).
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