Regardless of the tasks authors were assigned for this book, their discussions reflect persistent themes and controversies. Sometimes their positions are explicit and sometimes merely implied, but important disagreements divide authors from one another and group them in ways that are unexpected. Attitudes toward such basic issues as land markets, property rights, governmental responsibility, public participation, and social justice differentiate from one another those who share environmental goals and unite those whose focus is economic development with those who care most about ecological systems.
KeywordsPublic Choice Policy Debate Market Process Policy Problem Collective Choice
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