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Author:
David L. McKee
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978-0275937195
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Praeger (March 30, 1991)
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He points out that public and private issues regarding environmental problems .

He points out that public and private issues regarding environmental problems have been limited to crisis response. The contributions he has chosen for this volume clarify key issues for formulating policy options toward long-range economic welfare. The book includes an assessment of environmental policy during the Reagan administration and position statements by a prominent oil executive and a leading environmental conservationist. DAVID L. McKEE is Professor of Economics in the Graduate School of Management at Kent State University.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Energy, the Environment, and Public Policy:. Energy, the Environment, and Public Policy: Issues for the 1990s. Many of the contributions to this volume resulted from a conference, "Energy and the Environment in the 1990s," that was sponsored by the Graduate School of Management of Kent State University on April 5, 1990. Some were prepared expressly for this volume.

The book includes an assessment of environmental policy during the Reagan administration and position .

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DAVID L. McKEE is Professor of Economics at Kent State University.

DAVID L. He is a specialist in economic development and regional economics. Development Issues in Small Island Economies (1990), Hostile Takeovers (1989), Canadian-American Economic Relations (1988).

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The environmental policy of the United States is a federal governmental action to regulate activities that have an environmental impact in the United States. The goal of environmental policy is to protect the environment for future generations while. The goal of environmental policy is to protect the environment for future generations while interfering as little as possible with the efficiency of commerce or the liberty of the people and to limit inequity in who is burdened with environmental costs.

With contributions by experts in economics, geography, marketing, agriculture, business, international affairs and more, this book addresses the extent and gravity of the current environmental situation. From toxic industrial and medical waste to acid rain and radioactive waste, from the Alaskan oil spill to the continuing destruction of the rain forests, McKee's focus is on economic welfare. He points out that public and private issues regarding environmental problems have been limited to crisis response. The contributions he has chosen for this volume clarify key issues for formulating policy options toward long-range economic welfare.

The book includes an assessment of environmental policy during the Reagan administration and position statements by a prominent oil executive and a leading environmental conservationist. Other topics covered include: ethics and environmental restraint; financing the clean-up of hazardous waste; the impact of environmental regulation on plant location; solid waste disposal; environmental damage and national security; the decomissioning of nuclear facilities; the greenhouse effect; environmental constraints on economic diversification in small economies; and transboundary issues facing Canada and the United States. This work provides a valuable overview for those concerned with the economic aspects of energy, and the environment, including policy-makers in business, government, and academia.