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Making reform happen in environmental policy

Ekins, Paul and Salmons, Roger (2010) Making reform happen in environmental policy. In: Making reform happen: lessons from OECD countries. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, pp. 129-157. ISBN 9789264086289

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This chapter seeks to identify lessons that may be of use to policy makers seeking to advance environmental policy reform. Owing to the breadth of this field, it considers reforms in a number of environmental policy domains that are relevant to a number of different OECD countries. They include energy and climate change, water allocation and pollution, waste management, agriculture and fisheries. In many OECD countries, these environmental topics have been the subject of policy reform rather than just incremental change, but the reforms that have been so far implemented are far from complete, so they provide a suitable study focus for this chapter.

Item Type:Book Section
Research Community:University of Westminster > Policy Studies Institute (PSI)
ID Code:8131
Deposited On:28 Jun 2010 10:22
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