"An RFF Press book"--T.p. verso. Rev. ed. of: The RFF reader in environmental and resource management. c1999.
Formatted Contents Note
1. What the science says : how we use it and abuse it to make health and environmental policy / James Wilson and J. W. Anderson 2. Using science soundly : the Yucca Mountain standard / Robert W. Fri 3. Economics clarifies choices about managing risk / Myrick Freeman III and Paul R. Portney 4. Health-based environmental standards : balancing costs with benefits / Paul R. Portney and Winston Harrington 5. Discounting the future : economics and ethics / Timothy J. Brennan 6. Time and money : discounting's problematic allure / Paul R. Portney 7. How much will people pay for longevity? / Alan J. Krupnick 8. The Faustian bargain : risk, ethics, and nuclear energy / Allen V. Kneese 9. Market-based approaches to environmental policy : a 'refresher' course / Paul R. Portney 10. Trading cases : five examples of the use of markets in environmental and resource management / James Boyd. [et al.]
11. Economics incentives versus command and control / Winston Harrington and Richard D. Morgenstem 12. Unleashing the Clean Water Act : the promise and challenge of the TMDL approach to water quality / Jim Boyd 13. Penny-wise and pound-fuelish? : new car mileage standards in the United States / Paul R. Partney 14. Is gasoline undertaxed in the United States? / Ian Parry 15. Pay as you slow : road pricing to reduce traffic congestion / Ion Parry and Elena Safirova 16. Cleaner air, cleaner water : one can lead to the other in the Chesapeake Bay / Anonymous 17. Accounting for the environment / Spencer Banzhaf 18. Greening the GDP : is it desirable? Is it feasible? / Joel Darmstadter 19. Environmental federalism / Robert M. Schwab 20. The arsenic rule : a case for decentralized standard setting? / Wallace E. Oates 21. The interstate transport of air pollution : a regulatory dilemma / Alan Krupnick, Jhih-Shyang Shih
22. State innovation for environmental improvements : experimental federalism / Winston Harrington, Karen L. Palmer, and Margaret Walls 23. Catching market efficiencies : quota-based fisheries management / James Sanchirico and Richard Newell 24. Marketing water : the obstacles and the impetus / Kenneth D. Frederick 25. Ecosystem management : an uncharted path for public forests / Roger A. Sedjo 26. Carving out some space : a guide to land preservation strategies / James Boyd, Kathryn Caballero, and R. David Simpson 27. A market approach to land preservation / Virginia McConnell, Margaret Walls, and Elizabeth Kopits 28. Preserving biodiversity as a resource / Roger A. Sedjo 29. Cost-effective conservation : a review of what works to preserve biodiversity / Paul Ferraro and R. David Simpson 30. Setting energy policy in the modern era : tough challenges lie ahead / William A. Pizer 31. Petroleum : energy independence is unrealistic / Ian W. H. Parry and J. W. Anderson 32. Coal : dirty cheap energy / J. W. Anderson 33. Nuclear power : clean, costly, and controversial / Paul R. Portney 34. Renewable sources of electricity : safe bet or tilting at windmills? / Joel Damstadter and Karen Palmer
35. The effectiveness and cost of energy efficiency programs / Kenneth Gillingham, Richard Newell, and Karen Palmer 36. Climate change and climate policy / J. W. Anderson 37. How much climate change is too much? : an economics perspective / Jason F. Shogren and Michael A. Taman 38. Choosing price or quantity controls for greenhouse gases / William A. Pizer 39. Rethinking fossil fuels : the necessary step toward practical climate policy / Raymond J. Kapp 40. Forest "sinks" as a tool for climate-change policymaking / Roger A. Sedjo 41. The difficulty in defining sustainability / Michael A. Toman 42. An almost practical step toward sustainability / Robert Solow 43. Are market-based instruments the right first choice for countries in transition? / Ruth Greenspan Bell 44. Demonstrating emissions trading in Taiyuan, China / Richard D. Morgenstem. [et al.] 45. Saving the trees by helping the poor : a look at small producers along Brazil's Transamazon Highway / Charles Wood and Robert Walker 46. Small is not necessarily beautiful : coping with dirty microenterprises in developing countries / Allen Blackman 47. New investment abroad : can it reduce Chinese greenhouse gas emissions? / Allen Blackman 48. Fighting antibiotic resistance : can economic incentives play a role? / Ramanan Laxminarayan 49. Fending off invasive species : can we draw the line without turning to trade tariffs? / Michael Margolis 50. Forty years in an emerging field : economics and environmental policy in retrospect / Wallace E. Oates.