Saving the Lost Sheep: Bringing Environmental Values Back into the Fold with a New EPA Decision Making Paradigm
Victor Byers Flatt
UNC Chapel Hill School of Law; University of Houston Global Energy Management Institute
December 1, 1999
Washington Law Review, Vol. 74, p. 1, 1999
The dominant cost benefit paradigm for decision making does not fully capture the environmental values important to most persons and that inform the laws. How can an administrative agency such as the EPA give voice to these values while still having a predictable and transparent decision making paradigm?
Number of Pages in PDF File: 31
Keywords: environment, values, EPA, cost benefit, administrative law, law, environmental policy
JEL Classification: D60, D61, D63, D81, D84, H41, K23, K32, K40, Q2Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: December 14, 2011
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