Barriers and Incentives to Citizen Participation in the Enforcement of Environmental Laws

INSTITUCIONALIDAD E INSTRUMENTOS DE GESTIÓN AMBIENTAL PARA CHILE DEL BICENTENARIO, Valentina Durán Medina, Sergio Montenegro Arriagada, Pilar Moraga Sariego Cecilia Urbina Benavides, eds., Universidad de Chile, Segunda edición, Santiago, Chile, May 2007

20 Pages Posted: 7 Jan 2008  

John E. Bonine

University of Oregon; Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide; Western Environmental Law Center

Abstract

This is a study of economic barriers to access to justice, which restrict citizens and NGOs from obtaining judicial review of governmental actions and from enforcing environmental laws directly against enterprizes violating them.

Notes: Downloadable pdf is in Spanish.

Keywords: environmental law, access to justice, comparative law, economics

JEL Classification: K32, K41, K42

Suggested Citation

Bonine, John E., Barriers and Incentives to Citizen Participation in the Enforcement of Environmental Laws. INSTITUCIONALIDAD E INSTRUMENTOS DE GESTIÓN AMBIENTAL PARA CHILE DEL BICENTENARIO, Valentina Durán Medina, Sergio Montenegro Arriagada, Pilar Moraga Sariego Cecilia Urbina Benavides, eds., Universidad de Chile, Segunda edición, Santiago, Chile, May 2007 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1076786

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