Applications: Other

 

(Updated in 3/08)

 

WATER SUPPLY

 

Anderson, T. L., ed. (1983). Water Rights: Scarce Resource    Allocation, Bureaucracy and the Environment . Cambridge, MA,    Ballinger Publishing Company.

 

Anderson, T. L. and D. R. Leal (1988). "Going with the Flow:    Marketing Instream Flows and Groundwater." Columbia Journal of    Environmental Law 13 (2): 317-324.

 

Bauer, C. J. (1998). Against the Current: Privatization,    Water Markets, and the State in Chile . Norwell, MA, Kluwer    Academic Publishers.

 

Bauer, C. J. (1998). "Slippery Property Rights: Multiple Water    Uses and the Neoliberal Model in Chile, 1981-1995." Natural    Resources Journal 38 (1): 109-155.

 

Berck, P. and J. Lipow (1994). "Real and Ideal Water Rights -    The Prospects for Water-Rights Reform in Israel, Gaza, and the    West Bank." Resource and Energy Economics 16 (4):    287-301.

 

Bjornlund, H. and J. McKay (2002). "Aspects of Water Markets    for Developing Countries: Experiences from Australia, Chile and    the US." Environment and Development Economics 7(4):    769-795.

 

Bjornlund, H. (2004). "Formal and informal water markets: Drivers of sustainable rural communities?" Water Resources Research 40(9).

 

Brennen, D. and M. Scoccimarro (1999). "Issues in Defining    Property Rights to Improve Austrailian Water Markets." Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 43 (1): 69-89.

 

Carey, Janis, David L. Sunding and David Zilberman (2002).    "Transaction Costs and Trading Behavior in an Immature Water    Market." Environment and Developmental Economics 7(4): 733-50.

 

Colby, B. G. (1995). Regulation, Imperfect Markets, and    Transactions Costs: The Elusive Quest for Efficiency in Water    Allocation. The Handbook of Environmental Economics . D. W.    Bromley. Oxford, UK, Blackwell: 475-502.

 

Crase, L., L. O'Reilly, et al. (2000). "Water Markets as a    Vehicle for Water Reform: The Case of New South Wales." 44 (2): 299-321.

 

Collinge, R. A. (1994). "Transferable Rate Entitlements: The    Overlooked Opportunity in Municipal Water Pricing." Public    Finance Quarterly 22 (1): 46-64.

 

Dandy, G., T. Nguyen, et al. (1997). "Estimating Residential    Water Demand in the Presence of Free Allowances." Land    Economics 73 (1): 125-139.

 

Easter, K. W., M. W. Rosegrant, et al., Eds. (1998). Markets    for Water: Potential and Performance . Dordrecht, Kluwer    Academic Publishers.

 

Easter, K. W., M. W. Rosengrant, et al. (1999). "Formal and    Informal Markets for Water: Institutions, Performance, and    Constraints." World Bank Res. Observer. 14 (1):    99-116.

 

Fadali, E. and W. D. Shaw (1998). "Can Recreation Values for a    Lake Constitute a Market for Banked Agricultural Water?"    Contemporary Economic Policy 16(4): 433-41.

 

Howe, C. W., D. R. Schurmeier, et al. (1986). "Innovative    Approaches to Water Allocation: The Potential for Water Markets." Water Resources Research 22 (4): 439-45.

 

Howitt, R. E. (1994). "Empirical Analysis of Water Market    Institutions - The 1991 California Water Market." Resource and    Energy Economics 16 (4): 357-371.

 

Kraemer, A. and K. M. Banholzer (1999). Ch. IV--Tradable    Permits in Water Resource Management and Water Pollution Control. Implementing Domestic Tradable Permits for Environmental    Protection . OECD, Organisation for Econmic Co-Operation and    Development.

 

Livingston, M. L. and T. A. Miller (1986). "A Framework for    Analyzing the Impact of Western Instream Water Rights on Choice    Domains: Transferability, Externalities, and Consumptive Use." Land Economics 62 (3): 269-277.

 

Michelsen, A. M. and R. A. Young (1993). "Optioning    Agricultural Water Rights for Urban Water Supplies During    Drought." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 75 (November): 1010-1020.

 

Michelsen, A. M. (1994). "Administrative, Institutional and    Structural Characteristics of an Active Water Market." Water    Resources Bulletin, American Water Resources Association 30 (6): 971-982.

 

Michelsen, A. M., T. McGuckin, et al. (1999). "Nonprice Water    Conservation Programs as a Demand Management Tool." Journal of    the American Water Resources Association 35 (3):    593-602.

 

Michelsen, A. M., R. G. Taylor, et al. (1999). "Emerging    Agricultural Water Conservation Price Incentives." Journal of    Agricultural and Resource Economics 24 (1):    222-238.

 

Michelsen, A. M., J. F. Booker, et al. (2000). "Expectations in    Water Right Prices." International Journal of Water Resources    Development .

 

Morgan, C. L., J. S. Coggins, et al. (2001). "Tradable Permits    for Controlling Nitrates in Groundwater at the Farm Level: A    Conceptual Model." Journal of Agricultural and Applied    Economics 32 (2).

 

Murphy, J. J. et al. (2000) "The Design of 'Smart' Water Market    Institutions Using Laboratory Experiments." Environmental    Resource Economics 17 (4): 375-394.

 

Person, P. and A. M. Michelsen (1994). "Determinants and Trends    in Water Right Prices: An Econometric Analysis." Laramie. U. S.    DOI Geological Survey and Wyoming Water Resources Center,    University of Wyoming. WWRC-94-06.

 

Provencher, B. (1993). "A Private Property Rights Regime to    Replenish a Groundwater Aquifer." Land Economics 69 (4): 325-340.

 

Rahman, H. A. A. and A. Omezinne (1996). "Aflaj Water Resources    Management: Tradable Water Rights to Improve Irrigation    Productivity in Oman." Water International 21 (2):    70-75.

 

Saliba, B. C. and D. B. Bush (1987). Water Markets in Theory    and Practice: Market Transfers and Public Policy .    Boulder, CO, Westview Press.

 

Seung, C. K. (1999). "Application of a Computable General    Equilibrium (CGE) Model to Evaluate Surface Water Reallocation    Policies." 29(2): 139-55.

 

Thobani, M. (1997). "Formal Water Markets: Why, When, and How    to Introduce Tradable Water Rights." World Bank Research    Observer 12 (2): 161-79.

 

Woodward, R. T. and R. A. Kaiser (2002). "Market Structures for    US Water Quality Trading." Review of Agricultural Economics 24(2):    366-383.

 

Woodward, R. T., R. A. Kaiser, et al. (2002). "The Structure    and Practice of Water Quality Trading Markets." Journal of the    American Water Resources Association 38 (4):    967-979.

 

Yoskowitz, D. W. (1999). "Spot Market for Water along the Texas    Rio Grande: Oppoptunities for Water Management." Natural    Resources Journal 39(2): 345-55.

 

Zeitouni, N., Becker, N. & Shechter, M., 1994. "Two Models    of Water Market Mechanisms with an Illustrative Application to the    Middle East." Resource &Energy Economics 16 (4):    303-330.

 

WATER POLLUTION

 

See the bibliography at http://ageco.tamu.edu/faculty/woodward/ET.htm

 

Austin, S. (2001). "Designing a Nonpoint Source Selenium Load    Trading Program." The Harvard Environmental Law Review 25 (2): 339-403.

 

Bell, Rosalyn (2002). "Capturing Benefits from Water    Entitlement Trade in Salinity Affected Areas: A Role for Trading    Houses?" Australian journal of Agricultural Resource    Economics 46 (3): 347-66.

 

Brännlund, R., Y. Chung, et al. (1998). "Emissions Trading    and Profitability: The Swedish Pulp and Paper Industry." Environmental & Resource Economics 12 (3):    345-356.

 

Crutchfield, S. R., D. Letson, et al. (1994). "Feasibility of    Point-Nonpoint Source Trading for Managing Agricultural Pollutant    Loadings to Coastal Waters." Water Resources Research 30 (10): 2825-36.

 

David, M., W. Eheart, et al. (1980). "Marketable Permits for    the Control of Phosphorus Effluent into Lake Michigan." Water    Resources Research 16 (2): 263-270.

 

de Lucia, R. J. (1974). An Evaluation of Marketable Effluent    Permit Systems. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency.

 

Eheart, J. W. (1980). "Cost-Efficiency of Transferable    Discharge Permits for the Control of B.O.D. Discharges." Water    Resources Research 16 (6): 980-986.

 

Eheart, J. W. (1987). "Cost Efficiency of Time-Varying    Discharge Permit Programs for Water Quality Management." Water    Resources Research 23 (2): 245-251.

 

Eheart, J. W., J. E. Downey Brill, et al. (1983). Transferable    Discharge Permits for Control of BOD: An Overview. Buying a    Better Environment: Cost-Effective Regulation Through    Permit Trading . E. F. Joeres and M. H. David. Madison, Wis.,    University of Wisconsin Press: 163-195.

 

Faeth, P. (2000). Fertile Ground: Nutrient Trading's    Potential to Cost-effectively Improve Water Quality. "    Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute.

 

Hanley, N. D. and I. Moffatt (1993). "Efficiency and    Distributional Aspects of Market Mechanisms in the Control of    Pollution: an Empirical Analysis." Scottish Journal of    Political Economy 40 : 69-87.

 

Hanley, N. D., R. Faichney, et al. (1998). "Economic and    Environmental Modelling for Pollution Control in an Estuary." Journal of Environmental Management 52 : 211-225.

 

Hennessy, D. A. and H. L. Feng (2008). "When should uncertain nonpoint emissions be penalized in a trading program?" American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(1): 249-255.

 

Hoag, D.L. and J. Hughes-Popp (1997). "The Theory and Practice    of Pollution Credit Trading in Water Quality Management." Review of Agricultural Economics 19 : 252-262.

 

Howe, C. W. (1993). "Tradable Discharge Permits: Functioning,    Historical Applications, and International Potential." Colorado    Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 4(Summer): 370-383.

 

Howe, C. W. and D. R. Lee (1983). "Organizing the Receptor Side    of Pollution Rights Markets." Australian Economic Papers 22 (41): 280-289.

 

Industrial Economics, I. (1984). Case Studies on the Trading of    Effluent Loads: Dillon Reservoir Final Report. Cambridge, MA,    Industrial Economics.

 

Jarvie, M. and B. D. Solomon (1998). "Point-nonpoint effluent    trading in watersheds: a review and critique." Environmental    Impact Assessment Review 18 (2): 135-157.

 

Johansson, Robert C. (2002). "Watershed Nutrient Trading Under    Asymmetric Information." Agriculture and Resource Economics    Review 31 (2): 221-32.

 

Kampas, A. and B. White (2003). "Selecting Permit Allocation    Rules for Agricultural Pollution Control: A Bargaining Solution." Ecological Economics 47 (2-3): 135-147.

 

Kashmanian, R. M., M. K. Podar, et al. (1995). "The use and    impact of intraplant trading in the iron and steel industry to    reduce water pollution." The Environmental Professional 17 (4): 309-315.

 

King, D.M and P.J. Kuch (2003). "Will nutrient credit trading    ever work? An assessment of supply and demand problems and    institutional obstacles." Environmental Law and Review 33 : 10352-10368.

 

Kraemer, A. and K. M. Banholzer (1999). Ch. IV--Tradable    Permits in Water Resource Management and Water Pollution Control. Implementing Domestic Tradable Permits for Environmental    Protection . OECD, Organisation for Econmic Co-Operation and    Development.

 

Malik, A. S., D. Letson, et al. (1993). "Point/Nonpoint Source    Trading of Pollution Abatement: Choosing the Right Trading Ratio." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 75 (4): 959-67.

 

Morgan, C. L., J. S. CogginsS, et al. (2001). "Tradable Permits    for Controlling Nitrates in Groundwater at the Farm Level: A    Conceptual Model." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics    32(2).

 

O'Neil, W. B. (1983). "Transferable Discharge Permit Trading    Under Varying Stream Conditions: A Simulation of Multiperiod    Permit Market Performances on the Fox River, Wisconsin." Water    Resources Research 19 (3): 608-612.

 

O'Neil, W., David Martin, et al. (1983). "Transferable    Discharge Permits and Economic Efficiency." Journal of    Environmental Economics and Management 10 (4):    346-55.

 

Powers, A. (1998). "Reducing Nitrogen Pollution on Long Island    Sound: Is There a Place for Pollutant Trading?" Columbia    Journal of Environmental Law 23 (2): 137-216.

 

Poewer, A. (2003). "The Current Controversy Regarding TMDLs:

Contemporary Perspectives "TMDLs And Pollutant Trading,"  Vermont  Journal of  Environmental Law 4(1)

at http://www.vjel.org/articles/articles/powers.html

 

Randall, A. and M. Taylor (2000). "Incentive-Based Solutions to    Agricultural Problems: Recent Developments in Theory and    Practice." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 32 (2): 221-34.

 

Sharing the Load: Effluent Trading for Indirect Dischargers EPA    Report #231-R-98-003, May 1998.available on the EPA site:    http:www.epa.gov/emergingstrategies/njcip/ etdoc/home.htm

 

Shortle J., R. Faichney, et al. (1998). Least Cost Pollution    Allocations for Probabilistic Water Quality Targets. S. Sorrell. Pollution for Sale: Emissions Trading and Joint    Implementation . Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

 

Shortle, J. S., R. Faichney, et al. (1999). "Least-cost    pollution allocations for probabilistic water quality targets to    protect salmon on the Fourth Estuary.". Pollution for Sale:    Emissions Trading and Joint Implementation . S. Sorrell and J.    Skea. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited:    211-230.

 

Stpehenson, K., P. Norris, et al. (1998). "Watershed-Based    Effluent Trading: The Non-pointSource Challenge." Contemporary    Economic Policy 16(4): 412-21.

 

Stephenson, K. and Shabman, L. (2001). "The Trouble with    Implementing TMDLs." Regulation 24(1): 28-32.

 

Stephenson, Kurt, Leonard Shabman, and Leon Geyer .    (1999)."Toward an Effective Watershed-Based Effluent Allowance    Trading System: Identifying the Statutory and Regulatory Barriers    to Implementation" The Environmental Lawyer 5(3):    775-815.

 

Tao, W. e. a. (2000). "Tradable Discharge Permit System for    Water Pollution: Case of the Upper Nanpan River of China."    Environmental Resource Economics 15(1): 27-38.

 

Woodward, R. T. and R. A. Kaiser (2002). "Market Structures for    U.S. Water Quality Trading." Review of Agricultureal    Economics 24 : 366-383.

 

TOXICS

 

Macauley, M. K., M. D. Bowes, et al. (1992). Using Economic    Incentives to Regulate Toxic Substances. Washington, D.C.,    Resources of the Future.

 

Pirozzi, E. V. (1997). "Compliance Through Alliance: Regulatory    Reform and the Application of Market-Based Incentives to the    United States-Mexcian Border Region Hazardous Waste Problem." Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 12 (2):    337-370.

 

AGRICULTURE

 

Dietz, F. J. and N. J. P. Hoogervorst (1991). "Towards a    Sustainable and Efficient Use of Manure in Agriculture: The Dutch    Case." Environmental And Resource Economics 1(3):    313-332.

 

Hennessey, D. A. and J. Roosen (1998). "Quota Transfer    Assessments and Efficiency." Canadian Journal of Agricultural    Economics 46(2): 191-200.

 

Johnsen, F. H. (1993). "Economic Analyses of Measures to    Control Phosphorous Run-Off from Non-point Agricultural Sources." European Review of Agricultural Economics 20 (4):    399-418.

 

Kampas, A. and B. White (2003). "Selecting Permit Allocation    Rules for Agricultural Pollution Control: A Bargaining Solution." Ecological Economics 47 (2-3): 135-147.

 

LataczLohmann, U. and C. P. C. M. VanderHamsvoort (1998).    "Auctions as a means of creating a market for public goods from    agriculture." Journal of Agricultural Economics 49 (3): 334-345.

 

Letson, D. (1992). "Point/Nonpoint Source Pollution Reduction    Trading: An Interpretive Survey." Natural Resources Journal 32 (2): 219-32.

 

Letson, D., S. Crutchfield, et al. (1993). Point/Nonpoint    Source Trading for Controlling Pollutant Loadings to Coastal    Waters: A Feasibility Study. Theory, Modeling and Experience in the Management of Nonpoint-Source Pollution .    C. S. Russell and J. F. Shogren. Boston, Kluwer Academic    Publishers: 123-154.

 

Malik, A. S., B. A. Larson, et al. (1994). "Economic Incentives    for Agricultural Nonpoint-Source Pollution Control." Water    Resource Bulletin 30 (3): 471-480.

 

Morgan, C. L., J. S. CogginsS, et al. (2001). "Tradable Permits    for Controlling Nitrates in Groundwater at the Farm Level: A    Conceptual Model." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics    32(2).

 

Miller, K. A. (1996). Water Banking to Manage Supply    Variability. Marginal Cost Rate Design and Wholesale Water    Markets: Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources .    D. C. Hall. Greenwich, CT, JAI Press. 1.

 

Opaluch, J. J. and R. M. Kashmanian (1985.). "Assessing the    Viability of Marketable Permit Systems: An Application in    Hazardous Waste Management." Land Economics 61 (3):    263-271.

 

Oppenheimer, J. A. and C. Russell (1983). A Tempest in a    Teapot: The Analysis and Evaluation of Environmental Groups    Trading in Markets for Pollution Permits. Buying a Better Environment: Cost-Effective Regulation Through Permit    Trading . E. F. Joeres and M. H. David. Madison, Wis.,    University of Wisconsin Press: 131-148.

 

Randall, A. and M. Taylor (2000). "Incentive-Based Solutions to    Agricultural Problems: Recent Developments in Theory and    Practice." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 32(2):    221-34.

 

Rendleman, C. M., K. A. Reinert, et al. (1995). "Market-Based    Systems for Reducing Chemical Use in Agriculture in the United    States." Environmental and Resource Economics 5(1):    51-70.

 

Shabman, L, K. Stephenson and W. Shobe (2002). "Trading    programs for environmental management: reflections on the air and    water experiences." Environmental Practice 4:    153-162.

 

Stavins, R. N. and Z. Willey (1983). Trading Conservation    Investments in Water. Regional and State Water Resources    Planning and Management . R. J. Charbeneau. Bethesda, MD,    American Water Resources Association: 223-30.

 

Taylor, C. (1975). "A Regional Market for Rights to Use    Fertilizer as a Means of Achieving Water Quality Standards." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 2: 7-17.

 

Teitz, A. (1994). "Assessing Point-Source Discharge Permit    Trading - Case study in Controlling Selenium Discharges to the San    Francisco Bay Estuary." Ecology Law Quarterly 21 (1): 79-162.

 

Vukina, T. and A. Wossink (2000). "Environmental Policies and    Agricultural Land Values: Evidence from the Dutch Nutrient Quota    System." Land Economics 76 (3): 413-429.

 

Woodward, R.T., R.A. Kaiser, and A.B. Wicks (2002). "The    structure and practice of water quality trading markets." Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38 : 967-979.

 

Woodward, R.T. and R.A. Kaiser (2002). "Market structures for    U.S. water quality trading." Review of Agricultural    Economics 24 : 366-383.

 

ENERGY

 

Amundsen, E. S. and J. B. Mortensen (2001). "The Danish Green    Certificate System: Some Simple Analytical Results." Energy    Economics 23 (5): 489-509.

 

Amundsen, E. S. and J. Birk (2002). "Erratum to "The Danish    Green Certificate System: Some Simple Analytical Results"." Energy Economics 24 (5): 523-24.

 

Berry, D. (2002). "The Market for Tradable Renewable Energy    Credits." Ecological Economics 42 (3): 369-379.

 

Boots, M. (2003). "Green Certificates and Carbon Trading in the    Netherlands." Energy Policy 31 (1): 43-50.

 

Fleming, David.  Energy and the Common Purpose, a booklet that describes the author's system of tradable energy quotas (TEQs). TEQs are a system for rationing fuel which includes everyone ­ individuals, industry and the Government ­ and which enables users to sell any rations they do not use. Details available on line at http://www.teqs.net/index.htm.

 

Fristrup, P. (2003). "Some Challenges Related to Introducing    Tradable Green Certificates." Energy Policy 31 (1):    15-19.

 

Langniss, O. and R. Wiser (2003). "The Renewables Portfolio    Standard in Texas: An Early Assessment." Energy Policy 31 (6): 527-535.

 

Lemming, J. (2003). "Financial Risks for Green Electricity    Investors and Producers in a Tradable Green Certificate Market." Energy Policy 31 (1): 21-32.

 

Lorenzoni, A. (2003). "The Italian Green Certificates Market    between Uncertainty and Opportunities." Energy Policy 31 (1): 33-42.

 

Morthorst, P. E. (2003). "A Green Certificate Market Combined    with a Liberalised Power Market." Energy Policy 31 (13): 1393-1402.

 

Nielsen, L. and T. Jeppesen (2003). "Tradable Green    Certificates in Selected European Countries - Overview and    Assessment." Energy Policy 31 (1): 3-14.

 

Vine, E. and J. Hamrin (2008). "Energy savings certificates: A market-based tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions." Energy Policy 36(1): 467-476.

 

 

MILK

 

Chen, K. and K. Meilke (1998). "The Simple Analytics of    Transferable Production Quota: Implications for the Marginal Cost    of Ontario Milk Production." Canadian Journal of Agricultural    Economics 46 (1): 37-52.

 

FORESTRY

 

Chomitz, K. (2004). "Transferable Development Rights and Forest    Protection: An Exploratory Analysis." International Regional    Science Review 27 (3): 348-373.

 

Munn, I. A. (1997). Marketable Harvesting Permits .    Proceedings of the 26th Annual Southern Forest Economics Workshop.    Gatlinburg, TN: 133-134.

 

Olschewski, R., P. C. Benitez, et al. (2005). "How attractive are forest carbon sinks? Economic insights into supply and demand of Certified Emission Reductions." Journal of Forest Economics 11(2): 77-94.

 

 

DEVELOPING AND TRANSITION COUNTRIES

 

Bjornlund, H. and J. McKay (2002). "Aspects of Water Markets    for Developing Countries: Experiences from Australia, Chile and    the US." Environment and Development Economics 7(4):    769-795.

 

Blackman, A. and W. Harrington (2000). "The Use of Economic    incentives in Developing Countries: Lessons froom International    Experience." Journal of Environment & Development 9(1): 5-44.

 

Bohm, P. and B. Carlén (2002). "A Cost-Effective    Appraoch to Attracting Low -income Countries to International    Emissions Trading: Theory and Experiments." Environmental &    Resource Economics 23 (2): 187-211.

 

Charan, John (1997). "Designing Environmental Policies for    India: The Use of Market Incentives to Combat Pollution." Georgetown International Environmental Law Review (Spring):    707-726.

 

Eskeland, G. S. and E. Jimenez (1992). "Policy Instruments for    Pollution Control in Developing Countries." The World Bank    Research Observer 7(2): 145-169.

 

Farrow, Scott, 1999. The Duality of Taxes and Tradeable    Permits: A Survey with Applications in Central and Eastern Europe. Environmental and Development Economics 4:519-535.

 

Kallaste, T. (1994). Economic Instruments for Air Pollution    Control in Estonia. Economic Instruments for Air    Pollution Control . G. Klaassen and F. R. Fřrsund.    Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 145-164.

 

Lyon, R. M. (1989). "Transferable Discharge Permit Systems and    Environmental Management in Developing Countries." World    Development 17 (8): 1299-1312.

 

O'Connor, D. (1999). "Applying Economic Instruments in    Developing Countries: From Theory to Implementation." Environment and Development Economics 4(1):    91-110.

 

O'Ryan, R. (1996). "Cost-Effective Policies to Improve Urban    Air Quality in Santiago, Chile." Journal of Environmental    Economics and Management 31 (3): 302-313.

 

Parikh, J. K. (2000). "Linking Technology Transfer with Clean    Development Mechanism (CDM): A Developing Country Perspective." Journal of Global Environment Engineering 6:    1-12.

 

Philibert, C. (2000). "How Could Emissions Trading Benefit    Developing Countries." Energy Policy 28 (13):    947-956.

 

Pirozzi, E. V. (1997). "Compliance Through Alliance: Regulatory    Reform and the Application of Market-Based Incentives to the    United States-Mexcian Border Region Hazardous Waste Problem." Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 12 (2):    337-370.

 

Seroa Da Motta, R., G. D. Liebcap, et al. (1999). "Market-Based    Instruments for Environmental Policymaking in Latin America and    the Caribbean: Lessons from Eleven Countries." Environment and    Development Economics 4(2): 177-201.

 

Solomon, B. D. and Q. S. Ji (2002). "Local Emissions Trading in    Developing Countries as a Transitional Strategy toward    International Greenhouse Gas Yrading: A Beijing-Example." International Journal of Environment and Pollution 18 (6): 521-540.

 

Zimmerman, F. J. and M. R. Carter (1999). "A Dynamic Option    Value for Institutional Change: Marketable Property Rights in the    Sahel." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (2): 467-478.

 

Zylicz, T. (1994). Improving Environment through Permit    Trading: The Limits to a Market Approach. International    Environmental Economics: Theories, Models, and Applications to Climate Change, International Trade and Acidification . E.    C. V. Ierland. New York, Elsevier: 283-306.

 

Zylicz, T. (1995). "Cost-Effectiveness of Air Pollution    Abatement in Poland." Environmental and Resource Economics 5(2): 131-149.

 

Zylicz, T. (1999). "Towards tradability of pollution permits in    Poland.". Pollution for Sale: Emissions Trading and Joint    Implementation . S. Sorrell and J. Skea. Cheltenham, UK, Edward    Elgar Publishing Limited: 124-140.

 

RECYCLING

 

Allen, J., D. Davis, et al. (1993). "Using Coupon Incentives in    Recycling Aluminum: A Market Approach to Energy Conservation    Policy." Journal of Consumer Affairs 27 (2):    300-18.

 

Dinan, T. M. (1992). "Implementation Issues for Marketable    Permits: A Case Study of Newsprint." Journal of Regulatory    Economics 4(1): 71-87.

 

Sprenger, R.-U. (1999). "Designing a scheme for trading    non-returnable beverage containers in Germany.". Pollution for    Sale: Emissions Trading and Joint Implementation . S. Sorrell    and J. Skea. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited:    231-254.

 

LAND USE

 

Bellandi, R. L. and R. B. Hennigan (1977). "The Why and How of    Transferable Development Rights." Real Estate Review 7(2): 60-4.

 

Chomitz, K. (2004). "Transferable Development Rights and Forest    Protection: An Exploratory Analysis." International Regional    Science Review 27 (3): 348-373.

 

Danner, J. C. (1997). "TDRs-Great Idea but Questionable Value." The Appraisal Journal 65 (2): 133-142.

 

Johnston, R. and M. Madison (1997). "From Landmarks to    Landscapes: A Review of Current Practices in the Transfer of    Development Rights." Journal of the American Planning    Association 63 (3): 365-378.

 

Kleiner, M. A. (1975). "The Unconstitutionality of Transferable    Development Rights." Yale Law Journal 84 (5):    1101-22.

 

Leon, C. D. and O. Renn (2005). "Limiting land use for development and traffic with tradable permits." Gaia-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 14(2): 135-138.

 

Levinson, A. (1997). "Why Oppose TDRs? Transferable Development    Rights Can Increase Overall Development." Regional Science and    Urban Economics 27 (3): 283-296.

 

Mills, D. E. (1980). "Transferable Development Rights Markets." Journal of Urban Economics 7(1): 63-74.

 

Note (1977). "Urban Park Preservation Through Transferable    Development Rights - Fred F. French Investing Co. V. City of New    York." Harvard Law Review 90 (3): 637-647.

 

Panayotou, T. (1994). "Conservation of Biodiversity and    Economic Development: The Concept of Transferable Development    Rights." Environmental and Resouce Economics 4:    91-110.

 

Potts, E. R. (1999). "EA Proposal for an Alternative to the    Private Enforcement of Environmental Regulations and Statutes    Through Citizen Suits: Transferable Property Rights in Common    Resources." San Diego Law Review 36 : 547-.

 

Pruetz, R. (1993). Putting Transfer of Development Rights to    Work in California . Point Arena, CA, Solano Press books.

 

Pruetz, R. (1997). Saved by Development: Preserving    Environmental Areas, Farmland and Historical Landmarks with    Transfer Development Rights . Burbank, CA, Arje Press.

 

Renard, V. (1999). Ch. III--Application of Tradable Permits to    Land-use Management. Implementing Domestic Tradable Permits for    Environmental Protection . OECD, Organisation for Econmic    Co-Operation and Development.

 

Thorsnes, P. and G. P. W. Simons (1999). "Letting the Market    Preserve Land: The Case for Market Driven Transfer of Development    Rights Program." Contemporary Economic Policy 17 (2):    256-66.

 

Weber, M. and W. Adamowicz (2002). "Tradable Land-use Rights    for Cumulative Environmental Effects Management." Canadian    Public Policy - Analyse de Politiques 28 (4):    581-595.

 

Wright, J. B. (1994). "Designing and Applying Conservation    Easements." Journal of the American Planning Asociation 60 (3): 380-389.

 

Zimmerman, F. J. and M. R. Carter (1999). "A Dynamic Option    Value for Institutional Change: Marketable Property Rights in the    Sahel." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (2): 467-478.

 

OUTER SPACE

 

Scheraga, J. D. (1987). "Establishing Property Rights in Outer    Space." Cato Journal 6(3): 889-903.

 

PLANTS

 

Sedjo, R. (1992). "Property Rights, Genetic Resources, and    Biotechnical Change." Journal of Law and Economics 35 (1): 199-213.

 

WETLANDS

 

Fernandez, L. and L. Karp (1998). "Restoring Wetlands through    Wetlands Mitigation Banks." Environmental and Resource    Economics 13 (3): 323-344.

 

King, D., P. Scodari, et al. (1994). Expanding Opportunities    for Successful Wetlands Mitigation: The Private Market    Alternative. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Institute of Water    Resources.

 

Marsh, L. l., D. R. Porter, et al., eds. (1996). Mitigation    Banking: Theory and Practice . Washington, D.C., Island    Press.

 

Heimlich, Ralph E., et al. "Wetlands and Agriculture: Private    Interests and Public Benefits." Washington, D.C.: Resource    Economics Division, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of    Agriculture. Agricultural Economic Report No. 765. Available in    PDF format at www.econ.ag.gov/epubs/pdf/aer765/.

 

Scodari, P., L. Shabman, et al. (1996). Wetlands Credit    Markets: Theory and Practice. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Institute of    Water Resources.

 

Scodari, P., L. Shabman, et al. (1998). "Wetland Credit Sales    as a Strategy for Achieving No-Net-Loss: The Limitations of    Regulatory Conditions." Wetlands 13 (3): 471-481.

 

HEALTH

 

Bailey, I., B. Haug, et al. (2004). "Tradable Permits without    Legislative Targets: a Review of the Potential for a Permit Scheme    for Sterilized Clinical Waste in the UK." Waste Management    & Research 22 (3): 202-211.

 

Smith, R. D. and J. Coast (1998). "Controlling Antimicrobial    Resistance: A Proposed Transferable Permit Market." Health    Policy 43 (3): 219-232.

 

Sollner, F. (1999). "Environmental Health Risks and Tradable    Health Risk Permits." Environmental & Resource Economics 14 (1): 1-18.

 

GLOBAL

 

Wiener, J. B. (1999). "Global Environmental Regulation:    Instrument Choice in Legal Context." Yale Law Journal 108 (4): 677.

 

WILDLIFE

 

Bayon, R. (2002). "A Bull Market in ....Woodpeckers?" The    Milliken Institute Review 4(1): 30-39.

 

MacMillan, D. (2004). "Tradeable Hunting Obligations - A New    Approach to Regulating Red Deer Numbers in the Scottish    Highlands?" Journal of Environmental Management 71(3): 261-270.

 

Rosales, J. (2006). "Economic growth and biodiversity loss in an age of tradable permits." Conservation Biology 20(4): 1042-1050.

 

 

INVASIVE SPECIES

 

Horan, R. D. and F. Lupi (2005). "Tradable risk permits to prevent alien species into future introductions of invasive the Great Lakes." Ecological Economics 52(3): 289-304.

 

 

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