Título: Pollution, Property and Prices: An Essay in ...
Editorial: University of Toronto Press, Toronto
Año de publicación: 1970
Condición del libro: Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine
Tipo de libro: Book
In this classic book, originally published in 1968 by University of Toronto Press, John Dales proposed a new policy instrument for tackling pollution problems, namely ‘markets in pollution rights’. Dales was one of the first economists to put forward such a solution, and in subsequent years a system of emissions trading has evolved which is now a centerpiece in international discussions of how to address the problem of global climate change.
Policymakers around the world are still exploring ways in which the marketable-rights approach may be used to increase the effectiveness of environmental regulation. From this perspective, readers will find this short and extremely readable book of great interest - as a return to the basic idea in its original form and a lucid justification for its continued use.About the Author:
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