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A Reader in Environmental Law

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Edited by: Bridget Hutter

ISBN13: 9780198765493
ISBN: 0198765495
Published: January 1999
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £43.99

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There is an increasing general interest in the environment and in environmental law, a trend which has been reflected in academic work. This reader considers a cross-section of socio-legal work on environmental law, tracing its development since the late 1970s. It includes work from a variety of disciplines, theoretical perspectives and from an international scholarship, and aims to give a taste of the breadth and development of socio-legal approaches to one of the most important regulatory regimes in the western industrialized world - the regulation of the environment. The readings encompass various legal approaches to environmental protection, alternatives to the law, and both domestic and supra-national issues. They also consider broader themes such as the interaction of law and science and the effects of criminalizing environmental offences, and indicate areas which future research could usefully address.;The book is intended for students and teachers on a variety of courses, particularly environmental studies and law, sociology, economics, politics, and regulation. It should also appeal to practitioners in the field of environmental control.

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Environmental Law
Bridget M. Hutter: Introduction: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Environmental Law: An Overview
Part I : Theoretical Approaches
1: Anthony Ogus and Genevra Richardson: Economics and the Environment: A Study of Private Nuisance
2: Peter Yeager: Structural Bias in Regulatory Law Enforcement: The Case of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Part II: Environmental Law and Science
3: Michael S. Brown and Katherine Lyon: Holes in the Ozone Layer: A Global Environmental Controversy
4: Sheila Jasanoff: Cross-National Differences in Policy Implementation
Part III : Government Regulation: Implementation and Impact
5: Keith Hawkins: Compliance Strategy
6: Robert Hahn: The Political Economy of Environmental Regulation: Towards a Unifying Framework
7: Joseph Di Mento: Can Social Science Explain Organizational Non-Compliance with Environmental Law?
Part IV : Alternative Methods of Environmental Regulation
8: Marius Aalders: Regulation and In-Company Environmental Management in the Netherlands
9: Peter N.Grabosky: Green Markets: Environmental Regulation by the Private Sector
10: Neil Gunningham and Duncan Sinclair: Designing Smart Regulation
Part V : International Environmental Law
11: George Hoberg: Sleeping with an Elephant: The American Influence on Canadian Environmental Policy
12: Michael E. Porter and Claas Van Der Linde: Towards a New Conception of the Environmental Competitiveness Relationship.