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Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, 7/e
Chapter 1 Visions of the Future	0
Introduction	0
	The Self-Extinction Premise	0
	Some Historic Examples	0
Future Environmental Challenges	0
	Climate Change	0
	Water Accessibility	0
Meeting the Challenges	0
How Will Societies Respond?	0
The Role of Economics	0
	Debate 1.1 Ecological Economics vs. Environmental Economics	0
	The Use of Models	0
The Road Ahead	00
	Debate 1.2 What Does the Future Hold?	00
	The Issues	00
	An Overview of the Book	00
Summary	00
Chapter 2 Valuing the Environment: Concepts	00
Introduction	00
The Human Environment Relationship	00
	The Environment as an Asset		00
	The Economic Approach	00
Normative Criteria for Decision-Making	00
	Evaluating Predefined Options	00
	Debate 2.1 Should Humans Place an Economic Value on the Environment? 00
	Example 2.1 Valuing Ecological Services from Preserved Tropical Forests	 00
	Comparing Benefits and Costs across Time		00
Finding the Optimal Outcome	00
	Static Efficiency	00
	Dynamic Efficiency		00
Applying the Concepts	00
	Pollution Control	00
	Example 2.2 Does Reducing Pollution Make Economic Sense?	00
	Preservation versus Development	00
Summary	00
	Example 2.3 Choosing between Preservation and Development in Australia 00
	Appendix	00
	The Simple Mathematics of Dynamic Efficiency	00
Chapter 3 Valuing the Environment: Methods	00
Introduction	00
Why Value the Environment?		00
Valuing Benefits	00
	Types of Values	00
	Example 3.1 Valuing the Northern Spotted Owl	00
	Classifying Valuation Methods	00
		Valuing Human Life	000
Example 3.2 Valuing Damage from Groundwater Contamination Using Averting Expenditures	00
Debate 3.1 Is Valuing Human Life Immoral?		00	
	Example 3.3 Valuing Diesel Odor Reduction by Contingent Ranking	00
Issues in Benefit Estimation	00
		Primary versus Secondary Effects	000
	Example 3.4 The Value of Wildlife Viewing	00
		Tangible versus Intangible Benefits	000
	Approaches to Cost Estimation	00
		The Survey Approach		00
		The Engineering Approach	00
		The Combined Approach	00
	The Treatment of Risk	00
	Choosing the Discount Rate		00
	Example 3.5 The Historical Importance of the Discount Rate	00
	A Critical Appraisal		00
Cost-Effective Analysis	00
Impact Analysis	00
	Example 3.6 NO2 Control in Chicago: An Example of Cost-Effectiveness
 Analysis	00
Summary	00
	
	Chapter 4 Property Rights, Externalities, and Environmental Problems 	00
Introduction	00
Property Rights	00
	Property Rights and Efficient Market Allocations	00
	Efficient Property Rights Structures		00
	Example 4.1 Pollution in Centrally Planned Economies	00
	Producer's Surplus, Scarcity Rent, and Long-Run Competitive Equilibrium 00
Externalities as a Source of Market Failure		00
	The Concept Introduced	00
	Types of Externalities		00
	Example 4.2 Shrimp Farming Externalities in Thailand	00
Improperly Designed Property Rights Systems	00
	Other Property Rights Regimes	00
Public Goods		00
	Example 4.3 Public Goods Privately Provided: The Nature Conservancy	00
Imperfect Market Structures		00
	Example 4.4 How Should OPEC Price Its Oil?	00
Divergence of Social and Private Discount Rates	00
Government Failure		00
The Pursuit of Efficiency	00
	Private Resolution through Negotiation	00
	The Courts: Property Rules and Liability Rules	00
	Legislative and Executive Regulation	00
An Efficient Role for Government		00
Summary	00
		
Chapter 5 Sustainable Development: Defining the Concept	00
Introduction	00
A Two-Period Model		00
Defining Intertemporal Fairness	00
Are Efficient Allocations Fair?	00
	Example 5.1 The Alaska Permanent Fund	00
Applying the Sustainability Criterion		00
	Example 5.2 Nauru: Weak Sustainability in the Extreme	00
Implications for Environmental Policy	00
Summary	00
	Discussion Questions		00
	Problems	00
Further Reading	00
Appendix	000
	The Mathematics of the Two-Period Model	000
Chapter 6 The Population Problem	000
Introduction 	000
Historical Perspective		000
	World Population Growth	000
	Population Growth in the United States	000
Effects of Population Growth on Economic Development	000
The Population/Environment Connection 		000
	Debate 6.1 (Title to be decided)	000
Effects of Economic Development on Population Growth	000
The Economic Approach to Population Control	000
	Example 6.1 Achieving Fertility Declines in Low-Incomes: The Case of 
Kerala 000
Summary	000
	Example 6.2 Income-Generating Activities as Fertility Control:
 Bangladesh	000
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
	
Chapter 7 The Allocation of Depletable and Renewable Resources: 
An Overview	000
Introduction	000
A Resource Taxonomy	000
Efficient Intertemporal Allocations	000
	The Two-Period Model Revisited	000
	The N-Period Constant-Cost Case	000
	Transition to a Renewable Substitute		000
	Increasing Marginal Extraction Cost		000
	Exploration and Technological Progress	000
Market Allocations	000
	Appropriate Property Right Structures	000
	Example 7.1 Technological Progress in the Iron Ore Industry	000
	Environmental Costs		000
Summary	000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Appendix	000
Extensions of the Basic Depletable Resource Model		000
	The N-Period, Constant-Cost, No-Substitute Case	000
	Constant Marginal Cost with an Abundant Renewable Substitute	000
	Increasing Marginal Cost Case	000
	Including Environmental Cost	000
Chapter 8 Depletable, Nonrecyclable Energy Resources: Oil, Gas, Coal, and
Uranium	000
Introduction	000
	Example 8.1Hubbert's Peak	000
Natural Gas: Price Controls	000
Oil: The Cartel Problem	000
	Price Elasticity of Demand	000
	Income Elasticity of Demand		000
	Non-OPEC Suppliers		000
Compatibility of Member Interests	000
Oil: National Security Problem	000
Debate 8.1 How Should the United States Deal with the Vulnerability of Its
Imported Oil?	000
Transition Fuels: Environmental Problems	000
Electricity	000
	Example 8.2 Electricity Deregulation in California: What Happened?	000
The Long Run		000
	Example 8.3 Tradable Energy Certificates: The Texas Experience	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
	
Chapter 9 Recyclable Resources: Minerals, Paper, Glass, and More		000
Introduction	000
An Efficient Allocation of Recyclable Resources	000
	Extraction and Disposal Cost		000
	Example 9.1 Population Density and Recycling: The Japanese Experience	000
	Recycling: A Closer Look	000
	Recycling and Virgin Ore Depletion		000
	Example 9.2 Lead Recycling		000
The Strategic-Material Problem Revisited	000
	General Principles	000
	Government Response	000
	Cobalt: A Case Study		000
	Substitution and Vulnerability	000
Waste Disposal and Pollution Damage	000
	Disposal Cost and Efficiency		000
	The Disposal Decision	000
	Disposal Costs and the Scrap Market		000
	Subsidies on Raw Materials	000
	Corrective Public Policies	000
	Example 9.3 Pricing Trash in Marietta, Georgia	000
	Pollution Damage	000
	Example 9.4 Implementing the "Take-Back" Principle	000
Tax Treatment of Minerals	000
Product Durability	000
	Functional Obsolescence	000
	Fashion Obsolescence		000
	Durability Obsolescence	000
Summary
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
	
Chapter 10 Replenishable but Depletable Resources: Water		000
Introduction	000
The Potential for Water Scarcity	000
The Efficient Allocation of Scarce Water	000
	Surface Water		000
	Groundwater		000
The Current Allocation System	000
	Riparian and Prior Appropriation Doctrines	000
	Sources of Inefficiency	000
		Restrictions on Transfers	000
		Federal Reclamation Projects and Agricultural Water Pricing	000
		Municipal and Industrial Water Pricing	000
	Debate 10.1 What Is the Value of Water?	000
		Instream Flows	000
		Common Property Problems	000
Potential Remedies	000
	Example 10.1 Using Economic Principles to Conserve Water in 
California	000
Example 10.2 Protecting Instream Uses through Acquiring Water Rights	000
Example 10.3 Water Pricing in Zurich, Switzerland		000
	Debate 10.2 Should Water Systems Be Privatized?	000
Summary	000
	Example 10.4 Politics and the Pricing of Scarce Water	000
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 11 Reproducible Private-Property Resources: Agriculture	000
Introduction	000
Global Scarcity	000
Formulating the Global Scarcity Hypothesis		000
Testing the Hypothesis	000
	Outlook for the Future	000
		Technological Process	000
		Allocation of Agricultural Land	000
		Energy Costs		000
		Environmental Costs	000
	Example 11.1 Do Mandatory Labels Corrects Externalities?	000
The Role of Agricultural Policies	000
A Summing Up	000
	Debate 11.1 Should Genetically Modified Organisms Be Banned?		000
	Example 11.2 Are Consumers Willing to Pay for GMO-Free Foods?	000
Distribution of Food Resources	000
	Defining the Problem	000
	Domestic Production in Less Developed Countries	000
	The Undervaluation Bias	000
	Feeding the Poor	000
Feast and Famine Cycles	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading 	000
Chapter 12 Storable, Renewable Resources: Forests	000
Introduction	000
Characterizing Forest Harvesting Decisions		000
	Special Attributes of the Timber Resource	000
	The Biological Dimension	000
	The Economics of Forest Harvesting		000
	Extending the Basic Model	000
Land Conversion	000
Sources of Inefficiency	000
	Perverse Incentives for the Landowner	000
	Perverse Incentives for Nations	000
		Biodiversity	000
		Climate Change	000
Poverty and Debt	000
Sustainable Forestry	000
Public Policy	000
	Changing Incentives	000
	Example 12.1 Producing Sustainable Forestry through Certification	000
		Debt-Nature Swaps	000
		Extractive Reserves	000
		Conservation Elements and Land Trusts	000
		The World Heritage Convention	000
	Royalty Payments	000
Example 12.2 Does Pharmaceutical Demand Offer Sufficient Protection to Biodiversity?	000
Example 12.3 Trust Funds for Habitat Protection	000	
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions		000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Appendix	000
	The Harvesting Decision: Forests	000
Chapter 13 Renewable Common-Pool Resources: Fisheries and Other
Species	000
Introduction	000
Efficient Allocations	000
	The Biological Dimension	000
	Static Efficient Sustainable Yield	000
	Dynamic Efficient Sustainable Yield		000
Appropriability and Market Solutions	000
	Example 13.1 Open-Access Harvesting of the Minke Whale		000
	Example 13.2 Harbor Gangs of Maine	000
Public Policy Toward Fisheries	000
	Aquaculture	000
	Raising the Real Cost of Fishing	000
	Taxes	000
	Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs)	000
	Marine Reserves	000
	The 200-Mile Limit	000
	The Economics of Enforcement	000
Example 13.3 The Relative Effectiveness of Transferable Quotas and Traditional Size and Effort Restrictions in the Atlantic Sea Scallop Fishery	000
	Preventing Poaching	000
	Example 13.4 Local Approaches to Wildlife Protection: Zimbabwe		000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Appendix	000
	The Harvesting Decision: Fisheries	000
Chapter 14 Generalized Resource Scarcity	000
Introduction	000
Factors Mitigating Resource Scarcity		000
	Exploration and Discovery	000
	Technological Progress	000
	Substitution	000
	Example 14.1 Resource Scarcity in Historical Perspective: Timber		000
Detecting Resource Scarcity	000
	Criteria for an Ideal Scarcity Indicator	000
	Applying the Criteria		000
		The Physical Indicators	000
		Resource Prices	000
		Scarcity Rent	000
		Marginal Discovery Cost	000
		Marginal Extraction Cost	000
Evidence on Resource Scarcity	000
	Physical Indicators	000
	Economic Indicators	000
		Extraction Cost	000
	Example 14.2 Geochemically Scarce Metals: How Would the Economy 
	React?	000
		Studies of Resource Price Trends	000
	Example 14.3 The Bet		000
		Discovery Cost	000
		Juxtaposing Alternative Measures	000
Summary	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 15 Economics of Pollution Control: An Overview	000
Introduction	000
A Pollutant Taxonomy	000
Defining the Efficient Allocation of Pollution	000
	Stock Pollutants	000
	Fund Pollutants	000
Market Allocation of Pollution	000
Efficient Policy Responses	000
	Example 15.1 Environmental Taxation in China	000
Cost-Effective Policies for Uniformly Mixed Fund Pollutants	000
	Defining a Cost-Effective Allocation		000
	Cost-Effective Pollution Control Policies	000
	Emission Standards	000
		Emission Charges	000
		Transferable Emission Permits	000
Cost-Effective Policies for Nonuniformly Mixed Surface Pollutants	000
Debate 15.1 Should Developing Countries Rely on Market-Based Instruments to Control Pollution?	000
	The Single-Receptor Case	000
		Policy Approaches	000
	The Many-Receptors Case	000
Other Policy Dimensions	000
	The Revenue Effect	000\
	Example 15.2 The Swedish Nitrogen Charge		000
	Responses to Changes in the Regulatory Environment	000
	Instrument Choice Under Uncertainty	000
	Product Charges: Another Form of Environmental Taxation		000
	Example 15.3 The Irish Bag Levy	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Appendix	000
	The Simple Mathematics of Cost-Effective Pollution Control	000
	Policy Instruments	000
Chapter 16 Stationary-Source Local Air Pollution	000
Introduction	000
Conventional Pollutants	000	
	The Command-and-Control Policy Framework	000
	Debate 16.1 Should the New Source Review Program Be Changed?	000
	The Efficiency of the Command-and-Control Approach	000
		The Threshold Concept	000
		The Level of the Ambient Standard	000
	Debate 16.2 The Particulate and Smog Ambient Standards Controversy	000
		Uniformity	000
		Timing of Emission Flows	000
		Concentration versus Exposure	000
	Cost-Effectiveness of the Command-and-Control Approach		000
	Example 16.1 Controlling SO2 Emissions by Command-and-Control 
	in Germany	000
	Air Quality	000
Innovative Approaches	000
	The Emissions Trading Program	000
		The Emission Reduction Credit	000
		The Offset Policy	000
		The Bubble Policy	000
		Netting		000
		Banking	000
	The Effectiveness of Emissions Trading	000
	Smog Trading		000
	Emission Charges	000
	Hazardous Pollutants	000
	Example 16.2 Technology Diffusion in the Chlorine Manufacturing Sector	 000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 17	Regional and Global Air Pollutants: Acid Rain and Atmospheric Modification	000
Introduction	000
Regional Pollutants	000
	Acid Rain	000
		What Is It?	000
		The Effects	000
		The Transboundary Problem	000
	Example 17.1 Adirondack Acidification	000
		Crafting a Policy	000
		The Sulfur Allowance Problem	000
	Example 17.2 The Sulfur Allowance Problem	000
		Results of the Program	000
	Example 17.3 Why and How Do Environmentalists Buy Pollution?	000
Global Pollutants	000
	Ozone Depletion	000
	Climate Change	000
	Example 17.4 Tradable Permits for Ozone-Depleting Chemicals	000
	Debate 17.1 Should Carbon Sequestration Be Credited?	000
	Negotiations Over Climate-Change Policy Options	000
	International Agreements on Climate Change	000
	Example 17.5 The European Emissions Trading System (EU ETS)		000
	Complementary Strategies	000
	The Case for Emissions Trading	000
	Controversies	000
	Debate 17.2 Is Global Greenhouse Gas Trading Immoral?	000
	The Timing of Policy	000
	Creating Incentives for Participation in Climate-Change Agreements	000
Summary	000
	Problems	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 18	Mobile-Source Air Pollution	000
Introduction	000
The Economics of Mobile-Source Pollution	000
	Implicit Subsidies	000
	Externalities	000
	Consequences		000
Policy Toward Mobile Sources	000
	History	000
	Structure of the U.S. Approach	000
		Certification Program		000
		Associated Enforcement Programs	000
		Lead	000
		Local Responsibilities		000
	Example 18.1 Project XL--The Quest for Effective, Flexible Regulation	000
	Alternative Fuels and Vehicles	000
	European Approaches		000
An Economic and Political Assessment	000
	Example 18.2 Car-Sharing: Better Use of Automotive Capital?	000
	Technology Forcing and Sanctions	000
	Differentiated Regulation	000
	Uniformity of Control		000
	The Deterioration of New-Car Emission Rates	000
		Inspection and Maintenance (I&M) Programs	000
		Alternative Fuels	000
	Lead Phaseout Program	000
	Alternative Fuels	000
	Example 18.3 Getting the Lead Out: The Lead Phaseout Program	000
Possible Reforms	000
 	Fuel Taxes	000
	Congestion Pricing	000
	Example 18.4 Innovative Mobile-Source Pollution Control Strategies: 
	Singapore	000
	Private Toll Roads	000
	Accelerated Retirement Strategies	000
	CAFE Standards	000
	Debate 18.1 CAFE Standards or Fuel Taxes?	000
	Parking Cash-Outs	000
	Feebates	000
	Pay-As-You-Drive (PAYD) Insurance 000
	Example 18.5 Modifying Car Insurance as an Environmental Strategy	000
	Example 18.6 Counterproductive Policy Design	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 19 Water Pollution	000
Introduction	000
Nature of Water Pollution Problems	000
	Types of Waste-Receiving Water	000
	Sources of Contamination	000
	Example 19.1 Incidents of Groundwater Pollution	000
		Rivers and Lakes	000
		Ocean Pollution	000
	Types of Pollutants	000
		Fund Pollutants	000
		Stock Pollutants	000
Traditional Water Pollution Control Policy	000
	Early Legislation	000
	Subsequent Legislation	000
		Point Sources	000
		Nonpoint Sources	000
	The Safe Drinking Water Act		000
	Ocean Pollution	000
		Oil Spills	000
		Ocean Dumping	000
	Citizen Suits	000
Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness	000
	Ambient Standards and the Zero-Discharge Goal	000
	National Effluent Standards	000
		Enforcement Problems	000
		Allocating Control Responsibility 	000
		The European Experience	000
	Example 19.2 Effluent Trading and the Cost of Reducing Waste Treatment 
	Discharges into Long Island Sound	000
	Municipal Waste Treatment Subsidies	000
		The Allocation of Funds	000
		Operation and Maintenance	000
		Capital Costs	000
	Pretreatment Standards	000
	Nonpoint Pollution	000
	Example 19.3 Cost-Effective Pretreatment Standards	000
	Oil Spills 	000
		Citizen Suits	000
	An Overall Assessment	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Problem	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 20 Toxic Substances	000
Introduction	000
	Nature of Toxic Substance Pollution	000
	Health Effects	000
		Cancer	000
		Reproductive Effects	000
	Policy Issues	000
		Number of Substances	000
		Latency	000
		Uncertainty	000
Market Allocations and Toxic Substances	000
	Occupational Hazards		000
	Example 20.1 Susceptible Populations in the Hazardous Workplace	000
	Product Safety		000
	Third Parties	000
Current Policy		000
	Common Law		000
	Example 20.2 Judicial Remedies in Toxic Substance Control: The Kepone 
	Case	000
		Negligence	000
		Strict Liability		000
	Criminal Law	000
	Statutory Law	000
		Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act	000
		Occupational Safety and Health Act	000
		Federal Environment Pesticide Control Act	000
		Resource Conservation and Recovery Act	000
		Toxic Substances Control Act	000
		Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and 
		Liability Act	000
	The Toxic Release Inventory Program	000
	The 33/50 Program	000
	Proposition 65		000
	International Agreements	000
An Assessment of the Legal Remedies	000
	The Common Law	000
		Judicial-Legislative Complementarity	000
		Limitations of Judicial Remedies	000
		Joint and Several Liability Doctrine	000
	The Statutory Law	000
		Balancing the Costs	000
		Degree and Form of Intervention	000
		Scale	000
	Performance Bonds: An Innovative Proposal		000
	Example 20.3 Performance Bonds for Brominated Flame Retardants	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 21 Environmental Justice	000
Introduction	000 
The Incidence of Hazardous Waste Siting Decisions		000
	History	000
	Recent Research and the Emerging Role of Analysis Using GIS	000
	The Economics of Site Location	000
	The Policy Response	000
		Environmental Justice in Canada and Europe	000
		The Role of Risk Perception	000
		Compensation as a Policy Instrument		000
	Debate 21.1 Does Offering Compensation for Accepting an Environmental Risk
	Always Increase the Willingness to Accept the Risk?	000
The Incidence of Pollution Control Costs: Individual Industries	000
	A Competitive Industry	000	
		Incidence	000
		Scale Effects	000
	Monopoly	000
		New-Source Bias	000
	Debate 21.2 Jobs versus the Environment: Which Side Is Right?	000
The Generation of Pollutants	000
The Incidence on Households		000
	Air Pollution	000
		Automobile Control	000
		Stationary-Source Control	000
		A Combined Assessment	000
		Greenhouse Gas Control	000
	Water Pollution	000
		Point Sources	000
Implications for Policy	000
	Example 21.1 Distibutional Impacts of RECLAIM	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 22 Development, Poverty, and the Environment	000
Introduction	000
The Growth Process	000
	Nature of the Process	000
		Increases in Outputs	000
		Technological Progress	000
	Potential Sources of Reduced Growth	000
		Reduced Input Flows	000
	Limits on Technological Progress	000
	The Curse of Natural Resources	000
	Environmental Policy	000
	Example 22.1 The "Natural Resource Curse" Hypothesis	000
	Example 22.2 Jobs versus the Environment: What Is the Evidence?		000
	Energy		000
Outlook for the Near Future	000
	Population Impacts	000
	The Information Economy	000
The Growth-Development Relationship	000
	Conventional Measures	000
	Alternative Measures	000
		Adjusted Net Savings		000
		Genuine Progress Indicator	000
		Ecological Footprint	000
		The Human Development Index	000
Growth and Poverty: The Industrialized Nations	000
	The Effects on Income Inequality	000
Poverty in the Less Industrialized Nations	000
	Appropriateness of the Traditional Model	000
		Scale	000
		Forms of Development	000
	Barriers to Development	000
		Population Growth	000
		Land-Ownership Patterns	000
		Trade Policies		000
		Debt	000
		Natural Disasters	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 23 The Quest for Sustainable Development	000
Introduction	000
Sustainability of Development	000
	Market Allocations	000
	Efficiency and Sustainability	000
	Example 23.1 Resource Development and Economic Sustainability:
	Malaysia	000
	Trade and the Environment	000
		The Role of Property Rights	000
		Pollution Havens and the Race to the Bottom	000
		The Porter "Induced Innovation" Hypothesis		000
		The Environmental Kuznets Curve	000
	Example 23.2 Has NAFTA Improved the Environment in Mexico?	000
		Investor Protections: NAFTA's Chapter 11	000
	Trade Rules Under GATT and the WTO	000
	Debate 23.1 Should an Importing Country Be Able to Use Trade Restrictions to 
	Influence Harmful Fishing Practices in an Exporting Nation?	000
A Menu of Opportunities	000
	Agriculture	000
	Energy		000
	Waste Reduction	000
	Example 23.3 Sustainable Development: Three Success Stories	000
Managing the Transition	000
	Example 23.4 Controlling Land Development with TDRs	000
	Prospects for International Cooperation	000
	Opportunities for Cooperation	000
	Restructuring Incentives	000
		The Full-Cost Principle	000
		The Cost-Effectiveness Principle	000
		The Property Rights Principle		000
		The Sustainability Principle	000
		The Information Principle	000
Forced Transition	000
	Example 23.5 Reputational Strategies for Pollution Control in Indonesia	000
	Defining the Target	000
	Institutional Structure		000
		Population Stabilization	000
		Stock and Throughput Stabilization	000
		Ensuring Distributional Fairness	000
	Administration	000
Summary	000
	Discussion Questions	000
	Further Reading	000
Chapter 24 Visions of the Future Revisited	000
Addressing the Issues	000
	Conceptualizing the Problem	000
	Institutional Responses	000
	Example 24.1 Private Incentives for Sustainable Development: Can Adopting	
	Sustainable Practices Be Profitable?	000
	Sustainable Development	000
	Example 24.2 Public/Private Partnerships: The Kalundborg Experience	000
	A Concluding Comment	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Environmental economics.
Environmental policy.
Natural resources -- Government policy.
Raw materials -- Government policy.