Reference : Instruments souples, instruments non contraignants, instruments du marché : une alter...
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Law, criminology & political science : Public law
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Instruments souples, instruments non contraignants, instruments du marché : une alternative pertinente ?
French
[en] Flexible instruments, non-binding instruments, market instruments: an relevant alternative for environmental protection ?
Pâques, Michel mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de droit > Droit public et administratif >]
2010
Acteurs et outils du droit de l'environnement. Développements récents, développements (peut-être) à venir
[en] Actors and tools of environmental law. Recent developments, developments (maybe) coming
JADOT, Benoît
Anthemis
19-67
Limal
blegium
[en] market, license, contract, incentive taxation, emission trading ; environnement, marché, permis, contrats, fiiscalité, échange de droits d'émissionenvironment
[en] The question is whether the traditional administrative law instruments, authoritarian, are best suited for environmental protection. The rational economic agent or capitalist is not naturally inclined to protect the environment. The environmental law almost always must thwart individual liberty and the pursuit of profit or comfort. Consequently, consensual and non-binding instruments are not the most naturally suited to protecting the environment. The main legal instruments of environmental law are reviewed: prohibition, authorization, non-legal action, gentlemen's agreements, contracts, tax incentives, market pollution…
Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis Bruxelles
Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/92238
Anthémis, Limal, Belgium

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