xxxiii, 456 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9789041128690 hardback alkaline paper 9041128697 hardback alkaline paper
Energy and environmental law & policy series ; v. 13.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Prevention and Compensation for Marine Pollution /Wang Hui Marine Pollution and the Right of Entry in Maritime Ports for Ships in Distress /Eddy Somers Lost Ecosystem Goods and Services as a Measure of Marine Damages /James Boyd Liability and Compensation for Environmental Damage Caused by Ship-Source Oil Pollution: Actionability of Claims /Proshanto K. Mukherjee Funds Admissibility Criteria for Pure Economic Loss Claims versus British Judicial Stand: Complementary or Contradictory? /Baris Soyer Is the Polluter Pays Principle Really Fundamental? An Economic Explanation of the Relative Unimportance of Environmental Liability and Taxes in US Environmental Law /Jason Scott Johnston The Era after the Bunker Convention: Is the Gap in China's Regime for Compensating Victims of Vessel-Source Oil Spills Filled? /Shan Hongjun Discussion on Limitation of Liability and Compulsory Insurance of Compensation for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage from Ships in China /Han Lixin & Wang Dapeng Criminal Liability for Oil Pollution Damage: An Economic Analysis /Michael Faure Criminal Liability and Vessel-Source Pollution in the European Union and the United States: Inspiration for the Prevention of Vessel-Source Pollution in China? /Liu Nengye & Frank Maes Criminal Liability of Master and Crew in Oil Pollution Cases: A Possible Conflict between the Law of the Sea Convention (UNCLOS), MARPOL and the European Directive 2005/35/EC /Marc A. Huybrechts Criminal Liabilities for Ship-Source Pollution Based on the Laws of China /Jiang Yuechuan Civil and Criminal Liabilities Concerning Marine Pollution in Hong Kong /Li Lianjun & Qin Mu A Comparison of the Recovery of Compensation for Injury to Natural Resources under the 92 CLC and Fund Conventions with the US Oil Pollution Act of 1990 /Robert Force National Interests Influence in Compensation for Damages Resulting from Oil Pollution: The Experience of the United States and Its Reference to China /Li Tiansheng & Han Lixin Study on Ocean Pollution Damage Legislation between the United States and China: A Comparative Perspective /Guo Ping China and International Protection of Marine Environment /Song Ying On the Application of CLC 92 in China /Chen Qi Compensation for the Domestic Oil Pollution in China's Coast: Which Law Shall Apply? /Zhang Liying Compulsory Liability Insurance on Carriage of Liquid and Dangerous Cargo by Coastal and Inland Waters in China /Chu Beiping & Zhang Jinlei The Factors Affecting Judicial Authentication on Maritime Oil Pollution and Relevant Solving Measures /Sun Guang Legal Issues from the Hebei Spirit Oil Spill Incident /Hu James Zhengliang A Review and Critical Analysis on the MSC Ilona Oil Spill Incident at Pearl River Estuary /Li Zhonghua & Zhou Zhujun A Case Study of Compensation for Marine Oil Pollution Damage: Centring in the Compensation Claim of the Amorgos Oil Pollution Accident /Wang Yuh-Ling.
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