International Marine Environment Policy: The Economic Dimension

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International Marine Environment Policy: The Economic Dimension

By Charles S. Pearson
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975
127 pp. $9.00
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A rigorous economic analysis that stresses the need for government to regulate pollution and to allocate its costs and burdens, but to do so mostly by measures that operate through prices and taxes.

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