Further Reading

Birnie P and Boyle A (2002) International Law and the Environment, 2nd edn. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Gunningham N and Sinclair D (1999) Regulatory pluralism: Designing policy mixes for environmental protection. Law and Policy 21: 49-76.

Karamanos P (2001) Voluntary environmental agreements: Evolution and definition of a new environmental policy approach. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 44: 67-84.

Keohane N, Revesz R, and Stavins R (1998) The choice of regulatory instruments in environmental policy. Harvard Environmental Law Review 22: 313-367.

Kolstad C (2004) Environmental Economics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (2003) Voluntary Approaches for Environmental Policy: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Usage in Policy Mixes. Paris, France: OECD.

Panayotou T (1994) Economic Instruments for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, Environmental

Economics Series, Paper No. 16. Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme.

Sunstein C (1990) Paradoxes of the regulatory state. University of Chicago Law Review 57: 407-441.

United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, World Bank, and the World Resources Institute (2003)World Resources 2002-2004. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute.

United Nations Environment Programme (2004) The Use of Economic Instruments in Environmental Policy: Opportunities and Challenges. Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations.

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