Command and Control Tools

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Command and Control Tools Rules and Regulations
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FYI: Guest Lecture this Thursday Who: Dr. Roberto Suro Title: After the Storm: the Challenges of Immigration Policy in the Wake of the Great Recession When: Thursday, Oct 27th 6:30- 7:30 Where: Matthews Hall room 210
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Clarify from Friday “Command and Control” are authoritative tools with incentives to comply Incentives = economic incentives Slightly different from Schneider and Ingram
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Why “Command and Control?” Market failure to control environment because private market for environmental resources does not exist Think Tragedy of the Commons Ask- do we need to intervene? Coercion
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Regulation - Ban Ban- “Complete prohibition of an activity or product” When?- If the risk is perceived to be too high Performance Standard Examples: DDT, asbestos in building materials, lead in toys and paint, federal agencies can’t jeopardize habitats of endangered
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Why/When Ban?
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