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Hide details for a. Aira. Air
2.1. Benefits, Quantified But Not Monetized
2.3.2.1. Damage Avoided (morbidity)
2.3.2.4. Damage Avoided (labor productivity)
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.4.1. Consumption Choices
2.3.4.3.1. Hedonic: Air
3.2. Incentives and Related Approaches
4.1.2. International Trade in Environmental Protection Equipment
4.2. Economic Impacts
4.4. Macroeconomic Effects and Accounting
5.4. Pollution Fees, Charges and Taxes
5.4.1. Emission Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
6. DISTRIBUTION AND EQUITY
Hide details for a. Air - Noisea. Air - Noise
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
Hide details for a. Air - Tropospherica. Air - Tropospheric
2.3.2.1. Damage Avoided (morbidity)
2.3.2.4. Damage Avoided (labor productivity)
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.4.1. Consumption Choices
5.4.1. Emission Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
Hide details for b. Waterb. Water
2.3.2.1. Damage Avoided (morbidity)
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.4.1. Consumption Choices
2.3.4.3.2. Hedonic: Water Quality
2.3.4.4. Travel Cost
3.1. Enforcement and Monitoring
4.1.1. General Adaptation
5.4. Pollution Fees, Charges and Taxes
5.4.2. Effluent Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.5. Subsidies
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
6. DISTRIBUTION AND EQUITY
Hide details for b. Water - Drinkingb. Water - Drinking
2.1. Benefits, Quantified But Not Monetized
2.3.2.1. Damage Avoided (morbidity)
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.4.1. Consumption Choices
Hide details for b. Water - Groundwaterb. Water - Groundwater
2.1. Benefits, Quantified But Not Monetized
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
6. DISTRIBUTION AND EQUITY
Hide details for b. Water - Surfaceb. Water - Surface
2.1. Benefits, Quantified But Not Monetized
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.4.4. Travel Cost
3.1. Enforcement and Monitoring
5.4.2. Effluent Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.5. Subsidies
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
6. DISTRIBUTION AND EQUITY
Hide details for c. Landc. Land
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
5.1. Deposit-Refund Systems
5.2. Information Approaches
5.4. Pollution Fees, Charges and Taxes
5.4.3. Solid Waste Disposal Fees
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2.2. Risk Communication and Other
2.3.4.3.3. Hedonic: Waste
Hide details for c. Land - Solid Waste/RCRAc. Land - Solid Waste/RCRA
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
5.1. Deposit-Refund Systems
5.4. Pollution Fees, Charges and Taxes
5.4.3. Solid Waste Disposal Fees
Hide details for c. Land - Superfund/CERCLAc. Land - Superfund/CERCLA
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
2.3.4.3.3. Hedonic: Waste
5.2. Information Approaches
5.3. Liability
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2.2. Risk Communication and Other
Hide details for d. Chemicals - Pesticidesd. Chemicals - Pesticides
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
4.5. Methods Development: Costs
Hide details for d. Chemicals - Toxic Substances d. Chemicals - Toxic Substances
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
Hide details for f. Multimediaf. Multimedia
PREFACE (Updated August 2006) by Alan Carlin
1.1. Economic Analysis at the EPA
3.1. Enforcement and Monitoring
4.1.1. General Adaptation
4.1.2. International Trade in Environmental Protection Equipment
4.1.3. Other Literature
4.1.4. Do Firms Benefit From Environmental Regulation?
4.2. Economic Impacts
4.4. Macroeconomic Effects and Accounting
4.5. Methods Development: Costs
5.3. Liability
5.7. Voluntary Programs
8. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
9. OTHER ANALYSES AND REPORTS
10. BIBLIOGRAPHY


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