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Environmental law and economics in Europe and in the United States - Smickt, René
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[EAN: 9783640212354], Neubuch, Publisher/Verlag: GRIN Verlag | Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: 1,6, Linköping University Sweden (Linköping University Sweden), course: Law and Economics, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The paper analyses the general structure of the law and economics theory applied to environmental issues. The general idea of the law and economics literature is provided focusing, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. The core of this paper is that the selection of a regulation framework and a legal framework to implement an environmental policy is a demanding task, which calls for structured analysis to model the interactions between governments, firms and regulators. Fundamental objective of this contribution is to talk about the law and economics with respect to environmental regulation. In turn to do that, an overview of the literature within the traditional economic analysis of law method is provided concentrating, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. Environmental law and economics deals with, among other topics, legal instruments such as liability rules and the traditional command and control mechanisms like environmental standards and targets and economic instruments (such as taxes and marketable pollution rights). Nevertheless, this terminological distinction can be deceptive in view of the fact that the legal instruments are also economic, in the sense that they offer an incentive to obey with certain policy goals. Likewise, the economic instruments are also legal in the sense that a system of taxes or marketable pollution rights needs a legal framework to be effective (Faure, 1998). The thought of applying economic concepts to increase a better understanding of law helps either in explaining how legal rules progress, or what might be the consequences of alternative rules. Largely, one of the most controversial philosophy of law and economics is the so called efficiency criterion which stresses that the primary objective of a legal system has to be efficiency and that rules have to be evaluated for their capability of supplying incentives for the maximization of the society s aggregate benefits; in fact, the wealth maximization principle proposed by Posner is a mean of applying the efficiency test (Posner 1972, 1983, Landes and Posner, 1987). Notably there is a big gap in the law and economics movement between United States and Europe, both for methodological aspects and legal frameworks. [.] | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 55 gr | 210x148x2 mm | 16 pp, [PU: Grin-Verlag, München]

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Akademische Schriftenreihe: Environmental law and economics in Europe and in the United States - Smickt, René
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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: GRIN Verlag], Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: 1,6, Linköping University Sweden (Linköping University Sweden), course: Law and Economics, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The paper analyses the general structure of the law and economics theory applied to environmental issues. The general idea of the law and economics literature is provided focusing, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. The core of this paper is that the selection of a regulation framework and a legal framework to implement an environmental policy is a demanding task, which calls for structured analysis to model the interactions between governments, firms and regulators. Fundamental objective of this contribution is to talk about the law and economics with respectto environmental regulation. In turn to do that, an overview of the literature within thetraditional economic analysis of law method is provided concentrating, in particular, on thecomparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk.Environmental law and economics deals with, among other topics, legal instruments such asliability rules and the traditional command and control mechanisms like environmentalstandards and targets and economic instruments (such as taxes and marketable pollutionrights). Nevertheless, this terminological distinction can be deceptive in view of the fact thatthe legal instruments are also economic, in the sense that they offer an incentive to obey withcertain policy goals. Likewise, the economic instruments are also legal in the sense that asystem of taxes or marketable pollution rights needs a legal framework to be effective (Faure,1998). The thought of applying economic concepts to increase a better understanding of lawhelps either in explaining how legal rules progress, or what might be the consequences ofalternative rules. Largely, one of the most controversial philosophy of law and economics isthe so called efficiency criterion which stresses that the primary objective of a legal systemhas to be efficiency and that rules have to be evaluated for their capability of supplyingincentives for the maximization of the society s aggregate benefits in fact, the wealthmaximization principle proposed by Posner is a mean of applying the efficiency test (Posner1972, 1983, Landes and Posner, 1987). Notably there is a big gap in the law and economicsmovement between United States and Europe, both for methodological aspects and legalframeworks. [...], [SC: 0.00]

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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: 1,6, Linköping University Sweden (Linköping University Sweden), course: Law and Economics, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The paper analyses the general structure of the law and economics theory applied to environmental issues. The general idea of the law and economics literature is provided focusing, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. The core of this paper is that the selection of a regulation framework and a legal framework to implement an environmental policy is a demanding task, which calls for structured analysis to model the interactions between governments, firms and regulators. Fundamental objective of this contribution is to talk about the law and economics with respect to environmental regulation. In turn to do that, an overview of the literature within the traditional economic analysis of law method is provided concentrating, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. Environmental law and economics deals with, among other topics, legal instruments such as liability rules and the traditional command and control mechanisms like environmental standards and targets and economic instruments (such as taxes and marketable pollution rights). Nevertheless, this terminological distinction can be deceptive in view of the fact that the legal instruments are also economic, in the sense that they offer an incentive to obey with certain policy goals. Likewise, the economic instruments are also legal in the sense that a system of taxes or marketable pollution rights needs a legal framework to be effective (Faure, 1998). The thought of applying economic concepts to increase a better understanding of law helps either in explaining how legal rules progress, or what might be the consequences of alternative rules. Largely, one of the most controversial philosophy of law and economics is the so called efficiency criterion which stresses that the primary objective of a legal system has to be efficiency and that rules have to be evaluated for their capability of supplying incentives for the maximization of the society s aggregate benefits; in fact, the wealth maximization principle proposed by Posner is a mean of applying the efficiency test (Posner 1972, 1983, Landes and Posner, 1987). Notably there is a big gap in the law and economics movement between United States and Europe, both for methodological aspects and legal frameworks. [...] Buch / Broschur, [PU: Grin-Verlag, München]

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Environmental law and economics in Europe and in the United States

Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Law, printed single-sided, grade: 1,6, Linköping University Sweden (Linköping University Sweden), course: Law and Economics, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The paper analyses the general structure of the law and economics theory applied to environmental issues. The general idea of the law and economics literature is provided focusing, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. The core of this paper is that the selection of a regulation framework and a legal framework to implement an environmental policy is a demanding task, which calls for structured analysis to model the interactions between governments, firms and regulators. Fundamental objective of this contribution is to talk about the law and economics with respect to environmental regulation. In turn to do that, an overview of the literature within the traditional economic analysis of law method is provided concentrating, in particular, on the comparison between legal and economic instruments to control environmental risk. Environmental law and economics deals with, among other topics, "legal" instruments such as liability rules and the traditional command and control mechanisms like environmental standards and targets and "economic" instruments (such as taxes and marketable pollution rights). Nevertheless, this terminological distinction can be deceptive in view of the fact that the legal instruments are also economic, in the sense that they offer an incentive to obey with certain policy goals. Likewise, the economic instruments are also legal in the sense that a system of taxes or marketable pollution rights needs a legal framework to be effective (Faure, 1998). The thought of applying economic concepts to increase a better understanding of law helps either in explaining how legal rules progress, or what might be the consequences of alternative rules. Largely, one of the most controversial philosophy of law and economics is the so called "efficiency criterion" which stresses that the primary objective of a legal system has to be efficiency and that rules have to be evaluated for their capability of supplying incentives for the maximization of the society's aggregate benefits; in fact, the "wealth maximization" principle proposed by Posner is a mean of applying the efficiency test (Posner 1972, 1983, Landes and Posner, 1987). Notably there is a big gap in the law and economics movement between United States and Europe, both for methodological aspects and legal frameworks. [...]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783640212354
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3640212355
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: GRIN Verlag
32 Pages
Poids: 0,060 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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