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Article

Publication Date

2009

ISSN

0008-7262

Publisher

Case Western Reserve University Law School

Language

en-US

Abstract

I explore the economic structure of nuisance law as a mechanism for regulating environmental interferences and propose a modernized enforcement regime. The modern regime would retain public enforcement primarily in identifying environmental harms and as a backstop for private enforcement.

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Boston University School of Law Working Paper Series, Law and Economics Working Paper No. 08-13

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