Recent Advances in Environmental Economics

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Overview

Based on a December workshop in environmental and resource economics, which brought together European researchers focusing on theoretical applications in policy and North American empirical approaches, this volume collects 16 refereed papers. There is no central theme to the collection; papers examine such topics as allocation of greenhouse gas emissions, endogenous transfrontier pollution, environmental policy and the timing of drilling and production in oil and gas, the environmental Kuznets curve, and other subjects. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Table of Contents

List of contributors
Introduction
1 A reconsideration of environmental federalism 1
2 Global environmental governance, political lobbying and transboundary pollution 33
3 Endogenous transfrontier pollution 59
4 Allocating greenhouse gas emissions among countries with mobile populations 84
5 Environmental regulation and international trade: a general equilibrium approach 98
6 The ups and downs of the environmental Kuznets curve 119
7 Participation in industry-wide voluntary approaches: short-run vs. long-run equilibrium 142
8 Irreversible development of a natural resource: management rules and policy issues when direct use values and environmental values are uncertain 158
9 A model of neighbourhood conditions and internal household environments 182
10 Environmental policy and the timing of drilling and production in the oil and gas industry 202
11 Using flexible scenarios in benefit estimation: an application to the cluster rule and the pulp and paper industry 232
12 Trade-off at the trough: TMDLs and the evolving status of US water quality policy 257
13 Heterogeneous preference and complex environmental goods: the case of ecosystem restoration 286
14 Incentives in public goods experiments: implications for the environment 309
15 An experimental test for options value: relevance for contingent valuation elicitation 340
16 Is the scope test meaningful in the presence of other-regarding behaviour? 365
Index 385
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