6 edition of Community-Driven Regulation found in the catalog.
December 1, 2003 by The MIT Press .
Written in English
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In Community-Driven Regulation book Regulation Dara O'Rourke proposes a new policy model for pollution control, based on detailed case studies from rapidly industrializing Vietnam.
He shows that environmental problems can be solved when affected community groups mobilize to pressure both state and industry and argues that this strategy, which he terms "community-driven regulation," used successfully in.
This book develops an innovative perspective on industrial environmental regulation, convincingly illustrated with strong empirical evidence. Like no one before him, O'Rourke succeeds in providing detailed insight into the often obscure processes of environmental policymaking in Vietnam and the key role communities play in moving this industrializing tiger economy toward sustainability.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm. Contents: The challenges of balancing development and the environment --Development and the environment in Vietnam --Cohesion, connections, and community action --Plans, profits, and pollution decisions: motivations, resources.
The challenges of balancing development and the environment --Development and the environment in Vietnam --Cohesion, connections, and community action --Plans, profits, and pollution decisions: motivations, resources, and firm responses --Motivating a conflicted environmental state --Information, accountability, and direct pressure politics.
Community‐Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and Environment in Dara O’dge, Mass.: MIT Press, Pp. xviii+ $ (paper). Community-Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and the Environment in Vietnam Dara O'Rourke.
Book Review Community‐Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and Environment in Vietnam. By Dara O’Rourke. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, Pp.
xviii+ $25 Author: Paul K. Gellert. for persistent community activism to drive regulation, as well as the limits of state-based environmental regulation.
The readability, the hopeful mes-sage, and the lively case material of Community-Driven Regulation make this book an excellent choice for upper-division undergraduate courses. Community-Driven Regulation by Dara O'Rourke,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Dara O'rourke.
Community-driven regulation: balancing development and the environment in Vietnam O'Rourke employs this technique to great effect, and this book adds significantly to the specific literature on Viet Nam's struggles with pollution regulation and the transition to sustainable forms of development.
Community-Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and the Environment in Vietnam (Urban and Industrial Environments) Dara O'Rourke In Community-Driven Regulation Dara O'Rourke proposes a new policy model for pollution control, based on detailed case studies from rapidly industrializing Vietnam.
roots efforts elsewhere, the resulting community-driven scheme runs the risk of succeeding in the short term while failing in the long run. In summary, Community-Driven Regulation is a refreshingly honest look at a little-studied aspect of the economic boom in Vietnam.
It is concise and. Dara O'Rourke, Community-Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and the Environment in Vietnam, London: MIT Press,pp. Article (PDF Available) in Policy Sciences 37(3) Community-Driven Regulation: Balancing Development and the Environment in Vietnam is an excellent and readable book which exposes a side of industrial pollution control rarely mentioned in a Author: Brent Doberstein.
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Community-driven development (CDD) is a development initiative [clarification needed] that provides control of the development process, resources and decision making authority directly to groups in the community.
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Experience has shown that when given clear and transparent rules, access to information, and appropriate technical and financial support, poor communities can effectively organize to identify.
O'Rourke shows that even in the context of a poor market-socialist country whose state places the highest priority on attracting foreign investment in manufacturing, community-driven regulation can be surprisingly effective in reducing pollution and other forms of environmental by: Kevin O'Rourke and Jeffrey Williamson present a coherent picture of trade, migration, and international capital flows in the Atlantic economy in the century prior to —the first great globalization boom, which anticipated the experience of the last fifty years.
Globalization is not a new phenomenon, nor is it irreversible. In Gobalization and History, Kevin O'Rourke and Jeffrey Williamson. But what it means to be community-driven can differ from person to person, or have no meaning at all. We define being community-driven as putting people first, “people” being whoever makes up your community — current and potential customers, partners, investors, employees, colleagues, friends, family, etc.
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O'Rourke, Dara (), "Community-Driven Regulation: Towards an Improved Model of Environmental Regulation in Vietnam," in Peter B. Evans (ed.), Livable Cities: The Politics of Urban Livelihood and Sustainability, Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Local and Community Driven Development (LCDD) is an approach that gives control of development decisions and resources to community groups and representative local governments. Poor communities receive funds, decide on their use, plan and execute the chosen local projects, and monitor the provision of services that result from it.
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