This book takes an interdisciplinary look at environmental protection during Poland’s transition to market democracy. The contributors are recognised experts in their fields, making this an authoritative volume, combining the perspectives of economists, legal scholars, political scientists and sociologists.
Table of Contents
Contents: Poland’s environmental transformation: an introduction; Sustainable institutional design in Poland: putting environmental protection on a self-financing basis; Economic instruments in Polish environmental policy; Privatizing the Polish economy: benefits and dangers to the natural environment; Environmental law in Poland, 1989-1996: an assessment of past reforms and future prospects; Environmental protection and mass privatization: a management perspective; Polish greens and politics: a social movement in a time of transformation; Index.
’...not only a good source of practical information but also a valuable case study for the furthering of environmental policy instrument theory.’ International Journal of Environment and Pollution