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International Environmental Law and Economics

ISBN: 978-0-631-21892-0
360 pages
October 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book integrates important milestone cases with new analyses to provide comprehensive coverage of environmental law and economics.
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Overview of the Book.

Part I: Global Environmental Economics:.

Part II: International Environmental Laws:.

Part III: Integration and Synthesis:.

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P. K. Rao is Director of the Centre for Development Research, Princeton, New Jersey. He has taught at the Administrative Staff College of India, Harvard University (Senior Fulbright Scholar), and Rutgers University. Among his recent books are Sustainable Development (Blackwell, 2000), The Economics of Global Climatic Change and The World Trade Organization and the Environment.
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  • combines new analysis and milestone cases to create a comprehensive guide to environmental law and economics

  • explores important aspects of global environmental economics - including sustainable development, economics of international cooperation, and principles of environmental governance, and a brief background of international public law

  • draws on several analytical techniques, including game theory, optimization, and decision-making under uncertainty
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