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Contents: Volume I: Acknowledgements * Introduction Part I: Comparing Environmental Policies: The Research Agenda 1. Lynton K. Caldwell (1972), `Management of Resources and the Environment: A Problem in Administrative Coordination' 2. David Vogel, with the assistance of Veronica Kun (1987), `The Comparative Study of Environmental Policy: A Review of the Literature' 3. Peter Knoepfel, Lennart Lundqvist, Remy Prud'homme and Peter Wagner (1987), `Comparing Environmental Policies: Different Styles, Similar Content' 4. James P. Lester and Emmett N. Lombard (1990), `The Comparative Analysis of State Environmental Policy' 5. Sheldon Kamieniecki and Eliz Sanasarian (1990), `Conducting Comparative Research on Environmental Policy' Part II: Issue Emergence and Agenda Setting 6. Anthony Downs (1972), `Up and Down with Ecology - The "Issue-Attention Cycle"' 7. William Solesbury (1976), `Issues and Innovations in Environmental Policy in Britain, West Germany, and California' 8. Nicholas Watts and Geoffrey Wandesforde-Smith (1980), `Postmaterial Values and Environmental Policy Change' 9. Michael R. Reich (1984), `Mobilizing for Environmental Policy in Italy and Japan' 10. Kathryn Harrison and George Hoberg (1991), `Setting the Environmental Agenda in Canada and the United States: The Cases of Dioxin and Radon' Part III: Creating Institutions and Making Policy 11. Lennart J. Lundqvist (1974), `Environmental Policies in Canada, Sweden, and the United States: A Comparative Overview' 12. Ronald Brickman and Sheila Jasanoff (1980), `Concepts of Risk and Safety in Toxic Substances Regulation: A Comparison of France and the U.S.' 13. J.J. Richardson and N.S.J. Watts (1985), `National Policy Styles and the Environment: Britain and West Germany Compared' 14. Albert Weale, Timothy O'Riordan and Louise Kramme (1991), `Environmental Wholes, Administrative Parts' and `Comparing Regulatory Transition' 15. David Vogel (1993), `Representing Diffuse Interests in Environmental Policy Making' 16. Barry Ames and Margaret E. Keck (1997-98), `The Politics of Sustainable Development: Environmental Policy Making in Four Brazilian States' Part IV: Implementation and Outcomes 17. Lester Ross (1984), `The Implementation of Environmental Policy in China: A Comparative Perspective' 18. Peter Knoepfel and Helmut Weidner (1986), `Explaining Differences in the Performance of Clean Air Policies: An International and Interregional Comparative Study' 19. Martin Janicke (1992), `Conditions for Environmental Policy Success: An International Comparison' 20. Evan J. Ringquist (1995), `Is "Effective Regulation" Always Oxymoronic?: The States and Ambient Air Quality' 21. Peter May (1995), `Can Cooperation Be Mandated? Implementing Intergovernmental Environmental Management in New South Wales and New Zealand' 22. Corinne Larrue (1995), `The Political (Un)feasibility of Environmental Economic Instruments' 23. Markus M.L. Crepaz (1995), `Explaining National Variations of Air Pollution Levels: Political Institutions and Their Impact on Environmental Policy Making' Name Index Volume II: Part I: Inter-, Trans- and Supra-National Environmental Policy: The Research Agenda 1. Dimitris Stevis, Valerie J. Assetto and Stephen P. Mumme (1989), `International Environmental Politics: A Theoretical Review of the Literature' 2. Volker von Prittwitz (1990), `Several Approaches to the Analysis of International Environmental Policy' 3. Henry Buller, Philip Lowe and Andrew Flynn (1993), `National Responses to the Europeanisation of Environmental Policy: A Selective Review of Comparative Research 4. Steve Smith (1993), `Environment on the Periphery of International Relations: An Explanation' 5. Michael Zurn (1998), `The Rise of International Environmental Politics: A Review of Current Research' Part II: Supra-National Environmental Policy Making: The Institutional Dynamics 6. Oran R. Young (1989), `The Politics of International Regime Formation: Managing Natural Resources and the Environment' 7. Peter M. Haas (1990), `Obtaining International Environmental Protection through Epistemic Consensus' 8. Angela Liberatore (1991), `Problems of Transnational Policy Making: Environmental Policy in the European Community' 9. Matthew Paterson and Michael Grubb (1992), `The International Politics of Climate Change' 10. Mark Imber (1993), `Too Many Cooks? The Post-Rio Reform of the United Nations' 11. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen (1994), `Global Climate Protection Policy: The Limits of Scientific Advice, Part I' and `Global Climate Protection Policy: The Limits of Scientific Advice, Part II' Part III: Exploring the International-National Policy Nexus 12. Wyn Grant, William Paterson and Colin Whitston (1988), `The Environmental Regulation of the Chemical Industry' 13. Andrew Hurrell (1994), `A Crisis of Ecological Viability? Global Environmental Change and the Nation State' 14. Detlef Sprinz and Tapani Vaahtoranta (1994), `The Interest-Based Explanation of International Environmental Policy' 15. Adrienne Heritier (1995), `"Leaders" and "Laggards" in European Clean Air Policy' 16. Hugh Ward (1996), `Game Theory and the Politics of Global Warming: The State of Play and Beyond' 17. J. Samuel Barkin and George E. Shambaugh (1996), `Common-Pool Resources and International Environmental Politics' 18. Duncan Liefferink and Mikael Skou Andersen (1998), `Strategies of the "Green" Member States in EU Environmental Policy Making' Part IV: The Impact of International Environmental Policy 19. Peter M. Haas (1989), `Do Regimes Matter? Epistemic Communities and Mediterranean Pollution Control' 20. Jon Birger Skaerseth (1993), `The "Effectiveness" of the Mediterranean Action Plan' 21. Brian Wynne (1993), `Implementation of Greenhouse Gas Reductions in the European Community: Institutional and Cultural Factors' 22. Susana Aguilar (1993), `Corporatist and Statist Designs in Environmental Policy: The Contrasting Roles of Germany and Spain in the European Community Scenario' 23. Geoffrey Pridham and Michelle Cini (1994), `Enforcing Environmental Standards in the European Union: Is there a Southern Problem?' 24. Jan-Erik Lane and Svein Thore Jensen (1996), `States and Common Pool Resources' 25. Katarina Eckerberg and William M. Lafferty (1997), `Comparative Perspectives on Evaluation and Explanation' Name Index

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Edited by Wolfgang Rudig, Reader in Government, University of Strathclyde, UK


`Wolfgang Rudig has put together a fine collection of published articles and chapters on comparative environmental policy. The two-volume collection includes well-known or oft-cited authors (L. Caldwell, L. Lundqvist, P. Knoepful, P. Haas, O. Young) but also less-known works by authors who, Rudig hopes, will now get the attention they deserve. . . any scholar of environmental policy should be delighted to have access to this collection. . . the collection is classic, well edited and excellent value for money.' -- Elizabeth Bomberg, Environmental Politics

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