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Poisoned for Pennies The Economics of Toxics and Precaution Introduction Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Pricing the Priceless Chapter 2: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Past Decisions Chapter 3: The Unbearable Lightness of Regulatory Costs Chapter 4: Precaution, Uncertainty, and Dioxin Chapter 5: The Economics of Atrazine Chapter 6: Ignoring the Benefits of Pesticides Regulation Chapter 7: Modeling Uncertainty: the US Response to BSE Chapter 8: Costs of Preventable Childhood Illness Chapter 9: Phasing out a Problem Plastic Chapter 10: The Costs of REACH Chapter 11: Impacts of REACH on Developing Countries Chapter 12: How Should the US Respond to REACH? Conclusion: Economics and Precautionary Policies Appendices Notes Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Environmental policy -- Cost effectiveness.
Environmental health -- Government policy -- Cost effectiveness.
Medical policy -- Cost effectiveness.