The Uncertain Search for Environmental Policy: The Costs and Benefits of Pollution Control Along the Delaware River, 121 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1225 (1973)
This is the second in a series of articles which examine the scientific and economic foundations of water pollution control policy as it is presently evolving in the United States. As in an earlier article, we focus upon a paradigmatic environmental control decision, often hailed as one of the high points in the American experience, to expose the premises of current policy.
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Ackerman, Bruce A.; Rose-Ackerman, Susan; and Henderson, Dale W., "The Uncertain Search for Environmental Policy: The Costs and Benefits of Pollution Control Along the Delaware River" (1973). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 594.