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Title: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY REFORM AND THE UNHOLY TRINITY: UNFUNDED MANDATES, RISK ASSESSMENT, AND PROPERTY RIGHTS
Authors: Infanger, Craig L.
Keywords: Environmental regulatory reform
Property rights
Risk assessment
Issue Date: 1996-07
Abstract: Major regulatory reform issues which involve environmental policy include issues of unfunded mandates, risk assessment, and property rights. Each of these proposed reforms involves major changes in environmental policies with impacts on different groups. Property rights is the core issue in Congress and state legislatures, with both regulatory takings and just compensation being the major parameters. Economists can participate effectively in this policy debate with successful research and education programs addressing the divisive issues.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/15223
Institution/Association: Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 28, Number 01, July 1996
Total Pages: 9
Language: English
From Page: 108
To Page: 116
Collections:Volume 28, Number 01, July 1996

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