The misleading allure of environmental economics

Calls for a careful evaluation of the costs and benefits associated with environmental policy proposals originated in the business community some years ago. They were taken up by the deregulation lobby and transmuted into official guidance on compliance cost assessments which put the emphasis on costs - to business. Many environmentalists have reacted by emphasising the need for a counter-balancing evaluation of potential benefits - and, buryi

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