Environmental protest: an economics of regulation approach

Davidson, S 2014, 'Environmental protest: an economics of regulation approach', Australian Environment Review, vol. 29, no. 10, pp. 283-286.


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Title Environmental protest: an economics of regulation approach
Author(s) Davidson, S
Year 2014
Journal name Australian Environment Review
Volume number 29
Issue number 10
Start page 283
End page 286
Total pages 4
Publisher LexisNexis Butterworths
Abstract There is something about the environment that stirs the passions. In July 2011, Greenpeace activists broke into a CSIRO experimental farm and destroyed a crop of genetically modified wheat. 1 In January 2013, Jonathan Moylan falsified an ANZ press release, indicating that the bank had withdrawn a loan facility from the Whitehaven Maules Creek open-cut coalmine and destroying over 1. $300 million of share market value before the prank was · uncovered.2 In July 2014, an employee from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage was shot and killed while serving a land clearing violation notice on a farmer.
Subject Environment and Resource Economics
Public Economics- Public Choice
Keyword(s) Regulation
Institutional Economics
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