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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Economics of household garbage and recycling behavior.
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : E. Elgar Pub., ©2002
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Don Fullerton; Thomas C Kinnaman
|Description:||xi, 203 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The economics of residential solid waste management / T. Kinnaman and D. Fullerton --
Garbage, recycling, and illicit burning or dumping / D. Fullerton and T. Kinnaman --
How a fee per-unit garbage affects aggregate recycling in a model with heterogeneous households / T. Kinnaman and D. Fullerton --
Household responses to pricing garbage by the bag / D. Fullerton and T. Kinnamon --
Policies for green design / D. Fullerton and W. Wu --
Garbage and recycling with endogenous local policy / T. Kinnaman and D. Fullerton --
Explaining household demand for the collection of solid waste and recycling / T. Kinnaman --
Explaining the growth in municipal recycling programs : the role of market and nonmarket factors / T. Kinnaman --
Environmental levies and distortionary taxation : comment / D. Fullerton --
The case for a two-part instrument : presumptive tax and environmental subsidy / D. Fullerton and A. Wolverton.
|Series Title:||New horizons in environmental economics.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Don Fullerton, Thomas C. Kinnaman ; foreword by Tom Tietenberg.|
'This is a wide-ranging, careful use of economic analysis to shed light on an important environmental problem. Its value stems not only from its contribution to the specific policy issue it