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The reality of precaution : comparing risk regulation in the United States and Europe

Author: Jonathan Baert Wiener
Publisher: London Earthscan Washington, D.C. RFF 2011
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes 'Precautionary Principle' that has sparked the central controversy over European and US risk regulation. This resource combines case studies of a wide array of risks to health, safety,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Baert Wiener
ISBN: 1933115858 1933115866 9781933115856 9781933115863
OCLC Number: 845666713
Description: XVIII, 582 S ill., graph. Darst 24 cm
Contents: Preface Contributors I. Introduction 1. The Rhetoric of Precaution II. Case Studies of Relative Precaution regarding Specific Risks 2. Genetically Modified Foods and Crops 3. Beef, Hormones and Mad Cows 4. Smoking 5. Nuclear Power 6. Automobile Emissions 7. Stratospheric Ozone Protection and Global Climate Change 8. The Marine Environment 9. Biodiversity Conservation 10. Chemicals 11. Medical Errors, New Drug Approval and Patient Safety 12. Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction III. Precaution in Risk Information Systems 13. Information Disclosure 14. Frameworks for Risk Assessment IV. A Broader Empirical Test of Relative Precaution 15. A Quantitative Comparison of Relative Precaution in the United States and Europe, 1970-2004 V. Can We Explain the Observed Pattern of Precaution? 16. Political Institutions and the Principle of Precaution 17. Legal and Administrative Systems 18. Risk Perceptions and Risk Attitudes in the US and Europe 19. Precautions Against What? Perceptions, Heuristics and Culture VI. Conclusions 20. The Real Pattern of Precaution Acknowledgments Index
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'The Reality of Precaution offers a sweeping and rigorous look at the issue of risk regulation, examining this critical topic from a wide variety of issues and angles. Must reading for anyone who Read more...

 
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