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Rind 2005

Rind, D., 2005: The decision-making machinery behind environmental policy. Georgetown Law J., 93, no. 2, 717-732.

Priceless, by Frank Ackerman and Liz Heinzerling, focuses on the question of whether there is a scientific decision-making method that will guarantee affordable protection of public health and the environment. The book discusses, and in the process exposes the flaws of, the currently dominant practice of cost-benefit analysis. Priceless suggests a more integrated approach. This Review will examine the two methodologies and measure their merits in relation to the chief environmental problem of the twenty-first century: the posible impact of global warming.

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  author={Rind, D.},
  title={The decision-making machinery behind environmental policy},
  journal={Georgetown Law J.},

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ID  - ri08600k
AU  - Rind, D.
PY  - 2005
TI  - The decision-making machinery behind environmental policy
JA  - Georgetown Law J.
VL  - 93
IS  - 2
SP  - 717
EP  - 732
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