Environmental decentralization and political centralization

Abstract: Political centralization tends to improve the result of the decentralization of environmental policies addressing local environmental problems. However, the opposite effect was found for environmental policies addressing global environmental problems such as climate change.

Author(s): Fredriksson, Per G.; Wollscheid, Jim R.

Source(s): , 38 p., ill., graphs, tabs

Published: 2011 Università politecnica delle marche], [Ancona (English


Link: http://www.environmentalfederalism.univpm.it/Fredriksson_Wollscheid.pdf

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