Protecting Environmental Welfare: Comparison of Emergetic and Economic Valuation

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To protect human and environmental welfare, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) aims to base environmental regulations and policies on sound scientific and economic analyses. EPA has accordingly conducted analyses of both environmental and economic impacts of regulations for three decades but has yet to develop an effective methodology for the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Brown2005ProtectingEW, title={Protecting Environmental Welfare: Comparison of Emergetic and Economic Valuation}, author={Mark Brown and Eliana Bardi and S L Haung and David Rogers Tilley and Tingting Cai and Thomas W. Olsen and Daniel E. Campbell}, year={2005} }