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Effectiveness and Efficiency of Environmental Regulation                                         

December 5-6, 2002
An RFF Workshop

Overview and Objectives

This workshop examines international experience with competing regulatory approaches, focusing on six paired cases.

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The Paparazzi Take a Look at a
Living Legend:
The SO2 Cap and Trade Program for Coal-Fired Power
Plants in the US

Dallas Burtraw and Karen Palmer
The German policy to reduce SO2 emissions from
existing large combustion plants in the electricity sector

Frank Wätzold/Bernd Hansjürgens

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Fees in Dutch Water Quality Management: How Effective Are They in Reducing Pollution
Hans Th. A. Bressers and Kris. R. D. Lulofs
Regulating Industrial Wastewater Pollution in the United States
Winston Harrington

The Evolution of NOx Control Policy for Coal-Fired Power Plants in the U.S.
Dallas Burtraw and David A. Evans

A Comparative Study of French and Swedish Regulation of Nitrogen Oxides Emissions
Katrin Millock and Thomas Sterner

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Phase out of Leaded Gasoline - The European Experience
Henrik Hammar and Åsa Löfgren
The U.S. Experience with the Phasedown of Lead in Gasoline
Richard G. Newell and Kristian Rogers

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Policy Instruments for Chlorinated Solvents
Thomas Sterner

An Ex Post Analysis of the Regulation of Trichloroethylene
under Section 112 of the U.S. Clean Air Act

Miranda Loh and Richard D. Morgenstern

Opening Remarks

Raymond J. Kopp, Vice President for Programs, Resources for the Future

Session II: Industrial Water Pollution

Winston Harrington

Resources for the Future

US Experience


 

 

Hans Bressers and Kris Lulofs

University of Twente

Dutch Experience

   

Scott Farrow

US General Accounting Office

Discussant


 

 

Session III: Nitrogen Oxides Emissions

Thomas Sterner

University of Gothenberg

Swedish Experience


 

 

Katrin Millock

CIRED

French Experience

   

Session IV: Clorofluorocarbons

James Hammit

Harvard University

US and European Experience


 

 

Alex Cristofaro

US EPA

Discussant

   

Session V: Leaded Gasoline

Richard Newell

Resources for the Future

US Experience


 

 


Henrik Hammar and Asa Lofgren

University of Gothenberg

European Experience

Jonathan Weiner

Duke University

Discussant


 

 

Session VI: Chlorinated Solvents

Thomas Sterner

University of Gothenberg

German, Swedish, and Norweigan Experience


 

 

Miranda Loh and Dick Morgenstern

Harvard University and Resources for the Future

US Experience

Barry Korb

US EPA

Discussant


 

 

Lessons Learned and Concluding Discussions

Clarence Davies, Winston Harrington, and Dick Morgenstern

Resources for the Future


 

 

Thomas Sterner

University of Gothenberg

   

 

 

 

 

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