The authors of this book present a comprehensive analysis of impact management for such large-scale resource and industrial development projects as power plants, mines, and nuclear waste disposal facilities. An overall framework for designing an impact management program is presented and specific recommendations for implementing management measures are provided. This book is unique in that it provides a conceptual framework for choosing among alternative approaches in designing a management system, as well as offering practical guidance for implementing such systems.
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Also of Interest -- Preface -- Introduction to Socioeconomic Impact Management -- Theoretical Perspectives for Impact Management -- Initiating Impact Management: Where to Begin? -- Public Participation and Negotiation in Facility Siting -- Institutional Mechanisms in Impact Management -- Project Management Measures to Reduce Inmigration -- Planning for Growth: Increasing Community Infrastructure Capacity -- Financing Development in Rapid-Growth Communities -- Planning for the Inevitable? Closure Issues in Resource Development -- Summary, Conclusions, and Future Directions
"John M. Halstead is a research assistant in the Department of Agricultural Economics at North Dakota State University Robert A. Chase is a research associate. Steve H. Murdock is head of the Department of Rural Sociology at Texas A&M University. F. Larry Leistritz is professor of agricultural economics at North Dakota State University and is author with Steve Murdock of The Socioeconomic Impact of Resource Development (Westview 1981)."