Policy Innovation and Institutional Capacity Building: Putting Market-Based Instruments Into Practice in South Australia

As market-based instruments (MBIs) become a buzzword, there is an emerging expectation among policy makers and natural resource managers that MBIs should be more widely adopted. However, without the change of existing ideas and institutions, governments tend to continue to use the default regulatory and voluntary instruments. This paper provides an overview of policy instruments and the general expectations about the instrument choice when governments face policy implementation. Although it does not provide specific choice of individual instruments, some key issues and opportunities are identified for the wide adoption of MBIs in South Australia for sustainable NRM and economic development.


Issue Date:
2007
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/10373
Total Pages:
8
Series Statement:
Conference Paper




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