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Table Of Legal Provisions

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This section of this book titled E-Cycling: Linking Trade and Environmental Law in the EC and the U.S. contains a list of legal provisions of primary and secondary community legislation, proposed legislation and other material in EC States, and United States statutes, and legislative and other federal materials. The book represents an important contribution to both the scholarly literature and policy analysis. It addresses important underlying questions about the structure of environmental policy, including the need to shift from a regulatory model focused on command and control requirements to an approach that uses market mechanisms (i.e. economic instruments and focuses on economic efficiency), thus reflecting the suppositions of "law and economics" scholars.

Keywords: legal provisions; United States statutes



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