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MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) has published "Environmental Law, Policy & Economics," a 1080-page book that offers a discussion of important issues in environmental law, policy and economics, tracing their development over the past few decades through an examination of environmental law cases and commentaries. Content focuses on pollution, with a discussion of pollution control and prevention, and the evaluation, design and use of the law to stimulate technical change and industrial transformation. It covers common law and administrative law concepts, primary federal legislation, the information-based obligations of industry, enforcement of environmental law, market-based and voluntary alternatives to traditional regulation, risk assessment, environmental economics, and technological innovation and diffusion. The book cost $90.
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