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PREFACE (Updated August 2006) by Alan Carlin
DISCLAIMER
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Economic Analysis at the EPA
1.2. Regulatory Impact Analysis
1.3. Statutory Obligations for Economic Analysis
1.4. EPA Research on Environmental Economics
1.5. Organization of Report by Subject
2. BENEFITS ANALYSIS
2.1. Benefits, Quantified But Not Monetized
2.2. Risk Communication and Other
2.3. Monetized Benefits
2.3.1. Benefits Transfer
2.3.2. Benefits: Damage Avoided
2.3.2.1. Damage Avoided (morbidity)
2.3.2.2. Damage Avoided (mortality)
2.3.2.3. Damage Avoided (materials and others)
2.3.2.4. Damage Avoided (labor productivity)
2.3.2.5. Damage Avoided (resource and environment)
2.3.3. Other Benefits Methods
2.3.4. Revealed Preference
2.3.4.1. Consumption Choices
2.3.4.2. Other
2.3.4.3. Property Value
2.3.4.3.1. Hedonic: Air
2.3.4.3.2. Hedonic: Water Quality
2.3.4.3.3. Hedonic: Waste
2.3.4.4. Travel Cost
2.3.4.5. Wage Differentials
2.3.5. Stated Preference
2.3.5.1. Contingent Valuation
2.3.5.2. Other than Contingent Valuation
3. COST-BENEFIT, COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS
3.1. Enforcement and Monitoring
3.2. Incentives and Related Approaches
3.3. Major Programs and Media
3.4. Methods
3.5. Specific Sectors and Pollutants
3.6. Surveys and Critiques
4. COST AND ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYIS
4.1. Competitiveness
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
4.3. Financing Pollution Control
4.4. Macroeconomic Effects and Accounting
4.5. Methods Development: Costs
4.6. EPA Cost Studies - sectors and pollutants
5. ECONOMIC INCENTIVES AND OTHER INNOVATIVE APPROACHES
5.1. Deposit-Refund Systems
5.2. Information Approaches
5.3. Liability
5.4. Pollution Fees, Charges and Taxes
5.4.1. Emission Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.4.2. Effluent Taxes, Charges and Fees
5.4.3. Solid Waste Disposal Fees
5.5. Subsidies
5.6. Trading and Marketable Permits
5.7. Voluntary Programs
6. DISTRIBUTION AND EQUITY
7. THE POLLUTION CONTROL INDUSTRY
8. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
9. OTHER ANALYSES AND REPORTS
10. BIBLIOGRAPHY
Appendix 1. HISTORY OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH AT THE EPA (Updated March, 2009) by Alan Carlin
Appendix 2. ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF RESEARCH REPORTS PREPARED UNDER THE EPA ECONOMIC RESEARCH PROGRAM BY SUBJECT AND PERIOD, 1971-1989 by Alan Carlin
Appendix 3. SOME NOTEWORTHY OUTSIDE PUBLICATIONS APPARENTLY PREPARED AS A RESULT OF RESEARCH FUNDED BY THE EPA OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FROM 1971 TO 1983 by Alan Carlin


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