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Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation (American Governance and Public Policy) e-book

Author:

Edward P. Weber

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English

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4.5

Publisher:

Georgetown Univ Pr (February 1, 1998)

Pages:

308

ISBN:

0878406719

Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation (American Governance and Public Policy) e-book

by Edward P. Weber


Edward P. Weber uses examples from this traditionally combative policy arena to propose a new model for regulation, "pluralism by the rules," a structured collaborative format that can achieve more effective results a. .

Edward P. Weber uses examples from this traditionally combative policy arena to propose a new model for regulation, "pluralism by the rules," a structured collaborative format that can achieve more effective results at lower costs than typically come from antagonistic approaches. Weber cites the complexity and high implementation costs of environmental policy as strong but insufficient incentives for collaboration. Weber uses examples from this traditionally combative policy arena to propose a new model for regulation, "pluralism by the rules," a structured collaborative format that can achieve more effective results. ISBN13:9780878406722.

Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1998.

Series: American governance and public policy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weber, Edward P. Pluralism by the rules. Summary: Despite America's pluralistic, fragmented, and generally adversarial political culture, participants in pollution control politics have begun to collaborate to reduce the high costs of developing, implementing, and enforcing regulations. This title uses examples from this traditionally combative policy arena to propose a model for regulation.

Countering the conventional wisdom against collaboration as a viable force in American democracy, the author interviewed exemplars of the cooperative approach in national pollution control politics. Unlike the warrior-zealot and skeptic-naysayer voices (Sierra Club chairman Michael McCloskey is identified as one of the latter), these erstwhile adversaries (. the mayor of Missoula, MT) are negotiating as in the brave new world of policy. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, Or. Despite America's pluralistic, fragmented, and generally adversarial political culture, participants in pollution control politics have begun to collaborate to reduce the high costs of developing,. Despite America's pluralistic, fragmented, and generally adversarial political culture, participants in pollution control politics have begun to collaborate to reduce the high costs of developing. More).

Cooperative Approaches to Environmental Management Required: Edward P. Weber, Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation. Douglas Heckathorn and Steven Maser. Bargaining and the Sources of Transaction Costs: The Case of Government Regulation, Journal of Law Economics and Organization 3: 69-98. Weber is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Thomas S. Foley Institute for PublicĀ . He is the author of Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service at Washington State University. Edward P. Weber 2003.

1998 Pluralism by the Rules: Conflict and Cooperation in Environmental Regulation. Washington, D. Georgetown University Press. Recent Publications (year 2005 forward). Forthcoming Environmental Policy in Washington State: Leadership, Forests, and Climate Change, w/ Ellen Rogers, in C. Clayton and N. Lovrich, Ed. Washington State Politics and Policy. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press. Forthcoming Energy Policy: Fracking, Coal, and the Water-Energy Nexus, with David Bernell, Hilary Boudet, and Paty Fernandez, in N. Vig and M. Kraft, Ed. Environmental Policy

Countering the conventional wisdom against collaboration as a viable force in American democracy, the author interviewed exemplars of the cooperative approach in national pollution control politics. Unlike the warrior-zealot and skeptic-naysayer voices (Sierra Club chairman Michael McCloskey is identified as one of the latter), these erstwhile adversaries (e.g. the mayor of Missoula, MT) are negotiating as pragmatist-optimists in the brave new world of policy. Paper edition (unseen), $23.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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