Reorienting Regulation: Pollution Enforcement in Industrializing Countries
Lesley K. McAllister
University of California, Davis - School of Law
March, 22 2010
Law & Policy, Vol. 32, No. 1, Jan. 2010
San Diego Legal Studies Paper No. 10-012
This special issue aims to set a course for future inquiry on regulatory enforcement in industrializing countries. With examples from major countries including Brazil, China, and Indonesia, the articles develop four cross-cutting themes: (1) how enforcement and its institutional context vary geographically and temporally; (2) how enforcement is affected by deficiencies in regulatory capacity and autonomy; (3) how civil liability regimes interact with enforcement; and (4) the relationship between enforcement and regulatory instrument choice.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 16
Keywords: pollution, environmental enforcement, regulation, instrument choice, Brazil, China, Indonesia, industrializing countries, regulatory capacity, regulatory autonomy, civil liability
JEL Classification: K32, K23
Date posted: March 24, 2010
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