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Economic disincentives for pollution control

William A. Irwin

Economic disincentives for pollution control

legal, political and administrative dimensions

by William A. Irwin

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Published by Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency : [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Pollution -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
    • Fines (Penalties) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William A. Irwin, Richard A. Liroff.
      SeriesResearch reporting series., EPA-600/5-74-026
      ContributionsLiroff, Richard A., joint author., Environmental Law Institute., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF3775 .I78
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 257 p. ;
      Number of Pages257
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5168162M
      LC Control Number74603351

      POSITIVE INCENTIVES FOR POLLUTION CONTROL IN NORTH CAROLINA: A POLICY ANALYSIS Dr. Carlisle Ford Runge Public Policy Analysis Program Department of Political Science University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. ABSTRACT North Carolina faces the challenge of promoting economic development while maintaining a high level of environmental : Carlisle Ford Runge. There are numerous effects of air pollution on the ecosystem which in turn have various economic implications. In simple terminology, we can say that air pollution effects can be both direct and indirect. For instance, pollution of air primarily causes respiratory and other health hazards in people.

        This paper deals with cost-effectiveness of the economic incentive policies of the bubble concept and offset credits relative to the policy of direct regulations of air emissions. The second section discusses single- and multi-plant bubbles, their adoption across regions and industries, the methods used to control emissions and the extent of savings in by: 4. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper The Effect of Pollution on Labor Supply: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Mexico City. Hazucha Milan, Folinsbee Lawrence, Bromberg Philip. Distribution and Reproducibility of Spirometric Response to Ozone by Gender and Age. Journal of Applied Physiology. ; 95 (5)–Cited by:

      INCENTIVES TO AIR POLLUTION CONTROL With a system of emission charges, a company might pay a low charge if the damage caused by its emissions were low, and a high charge if the damages were high. There would be nothing except the economic motivation provided by the incentive scheme to force control of by: @article{osti_, title = {Pollution prevention incentives, barriers, regulations, and state programs}, author = {Kalavapudi, M}, abstractNote = {Environmental policy over the past twenty years has evolved through many statutes and regulations that specify limits to the release of pollutants into the various environmental media. So far the regulatory emphasis has been on controlling the.


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Economic disincentives for pollution control by William A. Irwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Economic Disincentives for Pollution Control: Legal, Political and Administrative Dimensions () (PDF) ( pp, 65 MB, 07/01/, EE, EPA/5/74/) Report defines an economic disincentive as a monetary charge levied by government on conduct which is not illegal but which does impose social costs, for the principal purpose of.

Get this from a library. Economic disincentives for pollution control: legal, political and administrative dimensions. [Will A Irwin; Richard A Liroff; Environmental Law Institute.; United States.

Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.]. EFFECTIVE POLLUTION CONTROL IN INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DISINCENTIVES, POLICY RESPONSES, AND THE GATT Frederic L.

Kirgis, Jr.* I. THE ISSUES AND THEIR PRESENTATION A. Introduction T is generally recognized that efforts toward meaningful pollution control by an industrialized nation or group of nations raise. As an economy grows, so does pollution. However, the two don’t move in lockstep, as a recent Economic Synopses essay shows that pollution increases at a slower rate than economic growth.

An Environmental Kuznets Curve Ball. Research Officer and Economist Guillaume Vandenbroucke and Research Associate Heting Zhu’s conclusion contrasts with an older hypothesis in this literature called the.

Get this from a library. Economic disincentives for pollution control: legal, political and administrative dimensions. [Will A Irwin; Richard A Liroff; Environmental Law Institute.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.] -- This report defines an economic disincentive as a monetary charge levied by government on conduct which is not illegal but.

EPA/^ July ECONOMIC DISINCENTIVES FOR POLLUTION CONTROL: LEGAL, POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIMENSIONS By William A. Irwin Richard A. Liroff Contract No. Program Element 1DA Roap/Task 2^ACN-0^ Project Officer John A. Jaksch, Ph.D. Resources Analysis Staff Washington Environmental Research Center Office of Research and.

Upon economic booming and rapid urbanization, China has been suffering from severe air pollution problem. While the Chinese government strives to reduce emissions through numerous laws, standards and policy measures, rapid economic and social changes challenge policy design and implementation.

Over time, control policies have been largely ineffective and air quality in the majority of the Author: Ying Li, Ke Chen. THE ECONOMICS OF AIR POLLUTION: CENTRAL PROBLEMS HAROLD WOLOZIN* INTRODUCTION Afflicting damage and distress upon human, animal, and plant life, polluted air blankets most populated areas of the globe.

The salient economic consequence of this is that pure or relatively unpolluted air is no longer a free good; it costs money. ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FOR POLLUTION CONTROL Maureen L.

Cropper 1. INTRODUCTION. All economies must by some means determine what resources to devote to pollution control. When the number of polluters and victims is small this decision is often reached through a bargaining process.

Bargaining, how- ever, becomes costly as the number of parties. This book aims to strengthen the knowledge base dealing with Air Pollution.

The book consists of 21 chapters dealing with Air Pollution and its effects in the fields of Health, Environment, Economy and Agricultural Sources. It is divided into four sections. The first one deals with effect of air pollution on health and human body organs.

The second section includes the Impact of air pollution Cited by: InWHO and OECD estimated that the economic cost of premature death and disability from air pollution in Europe is close to USD trillion. Air pollution takes its toll on the economy in several ways: it costs human lives, it reduces people’s ability to work, it affects vital products like food, it damages cultural and historical.

incentives and Disincentives, for f Pollution Prevention Measures Under the Water Program Prepared by: Susan R* April Kerr 6 Associates/ Inc Reston, VA.

Recommended Citation. Frederic L. Kirgis, Effective Pollution Control in Industrialized Countries: International Economic Disincentives, Policy Responses, and the GATT, 70 Michigan L.

Rev. ().Cited by: 3. If the marginal cost of pollution is less than the marginal cost of abatement, then the company may not need to install the scrubbers. Unlock Content O lessons in all major subjects. Until now, books on the economic theory of pollution control have tended to be pitched either at a very high technical level of exposition, or at a level which is too low to allow recent theoretical developments to be explained.

This book covers most of these developments without resorting to mathematical models, thus making the theory Author: Paul Burrows. Economic Efficiency in Pollution Control: EPA Issues "Bubble" Policy for Existing Sources Under Clean Air Act [10 ELR ] The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been the target in recent years of growing criticism that its pollution control requirements are in many instances unnecessarily rigid and excessively expensive.

Economic incentives such as container deposit legislation (CDL) or disincentives such as plastic bag levies or disposal taxes are both considered effective ways to control land-based waste.

Incentives are sometimes more expensive to execute, but they avoid some of the potential negative aspects of disincentives, such as increases in illegal Cited by: Industrial water pollution stabilizes with economic development, but there is no evidence of a decline.

Abstract: This paper uses new international data to test for an inverse U-shaped, or ‘Kuznets,’ relationship between industrial water pollution and economic development.

Hettige, Mani andFile Size: KB. *all economic decisions are made in markets in which buyers and sellers of economic goods freely interact with out govt interference *problem: too little economic incentive to care for the environment *solution: put a price on harmful environmental activities so marketplace can respond.

This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Law Journals at Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School. It has been this book as a vehicle for exploring the degree to which economic disincentives, such as emission or effluent charges. can be used control pollution is classified by political economists as : Craig E Reese.

The true economic costs of pollution control are the a) Improved resource productivity levels provided by pollution control. b) Most highly valued alternative goods and services that could be produced if the resources were not used to reduce [email protected]{osti_, title = {Economic incentives and disincentives for recycling of municipal solid waste}, author = {Not Available}, abstractNote = {The purpose of the study is to identify and analyze various Federal government policies that may discourage or act as disincentives to the recycling of materials from municipal solid waste.

Environmental policy, pollution and economic growth: New study finds regulation reduces pollution without negatively affecting GDP.

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