Environmental Risk, Environmental Values, And Political Choices: Beyond Efficiency Tradeoffs In Public Policy Analysis, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Environmental Risk, Environmental Values, And Political Choices

Beyond Efficiency Tradeoffs In Public Policy Analysis, 1st Edition

Edited by John Martin Gillroy

Routledge

190 pages

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Description

This book argues that environmental risk, as a policy problem, requires moving beyond the market principle of efficiency as the basis of decision making and toward the articulation and use of environmental values to produce good public choices. .

Table of Contents

Introduction Part One: Value Domains, Integrity and Policy Argument 1. Integrity, Intrinsic Value, and the Analysis of Environmental Risk 2. Moral Domains, Economic Instrumentalism, and the Roots of Environmental Values 3. Environmentalism: Values to Politics to Policy Part Two: Value Conflicts, Domain Trade-offs, and Political Cooperation 4. The Nature of Environmental Values 5. Environmental Values and Democratic Institutions 6. Science, Environmental Values, and Policy Prescriptions Part Three: Environmental Values and the NIMBY Syndrome 7. Partisan Politics, Economic Growth, and the Roots of NIMBY: The Case of Montpellier, France 8. Environmental Values, the Economic Ethos, and NIMBY: The Rhode Island Case 9. Intrinsic Value and Public Policy Choice: The Alberta Case 10. Epilogue: Environmental Values and Economic Trade-offs—Conflict and Compromise

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General