By Bruno Dente (auth.), Professor Bruno Dente (eds.)
Environmental coverage is present process a dramatic transformation. the issues hooked up with international swap, the necessity for preventative motion, and the growing to be significance of non-source toxins demand new classes of motion and new institutional preparations. during this scenario, it's quite visible that either the conventional command and keep watch over coverage tools and the extra glossy monetary and monetary tools are more and more below rigidity.
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If we conceptualize policy instruments in terms of (conditional) flow of resources, then it follows that policy instruments also need activity. Activity from the policy actor is needed to actually realise flow of resources. We will refer to this activity as implementation. Second, in order to make use of policy instruments the policy actor himself needs resources. The policy actor needs resources, because the use of policy instruments needs activity (implementation) and activity needs resources.
This brings us to the central concepts of 'stock' and 'flow' of resources. Stock refers to the amount of resources an actor has at his disposal. Stock can be at different levels for each resource. Flow refers to variation in the amount of resources. When thinking of different types of flow, it is obvious to make an initial distinction between positive flow (growing stock) and negative flow (declining stock). In a model where an actor is supposed to live with other actors in an environment, it is possible to distinguish at least six fundamental types of flow: - the the the the the the intake of resources from other actors; intake of resources from the environment; production of resources by the actor; use of resources by the actor; giving out of resources to other actors; giving out of resources to the environment.
However, they both come under economic instruments family, since they introduce market mechanisms as an instrument of environmental policy. As concern the economic instruments presently in operation, one can notice the existing difference between the United States' way of economization of environmental policy, and that of most European countries. As a matter of fact, if the Federal and State governments of United States seem to be reluctant to use charges (whether effluents charges, product charges or user fees), they seem to be more comfortable with marketable permits (OECD, 1989).