Market-Based Environmentalism and the Free Market: Substitutes or Complements

Roy Cordato has presented an insightful critique of market-based environmentalism. His analysis provides several reasons why one should be suspicious of recent attempts to shape environmental policy through the use of “market-based” rules. Four of Cordato’s criticisms are especially telling.
First, environmental problems exemplify not market failure but institutional failure. The lack of well-defined and -enforced private property rights causes the voluntary interaction of individuals to produce undesirable outcomes

Peter Hill
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Published in: The Independent Review
2005 Vol.I, No.3 Pages 387–396
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