Readership: Academics and
postgraduate/advanced undergraduate students working on economics and the environment; policy-makers and environmentalists, including those in the environmental departments of large companies.
Edited by Dieter Helm, Fellow of Economics, New College, Oxford, and Director, Oxford Economic Research Associates Ltd.
Part One: Principles
1: Dieter Helm: Objectives, Instruments, and Institutions
2: Giles Atkinson: Sustainable Development and Policy
3: David Pearce: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Policy
4: David Pearce: The Economics of Technology-based Environmental Standards
5: Anthony Heyes: Making Things Stick: Enforcement and Compliance
art Two: Policy
6: Scott Barrett: Political Economy of the Kyoto Protocol
7: David Macdonald: Bartering Biodiversity: What are the Options?
Part Three: Sectors
8: Stephen Smith: Environmental and Public Finance Aspects of the Taxation of Energy
9: Simon Cowan: Water Pollution and Abstraction and Economic Instruments
10: Ian Hodge: Agri-environmental Policy: A UK Perspective
11: Chris Nash: Transport and the Environment
12: Inger Brisson and Jane Powell: The UK Landfill Tax