Factors that influence transaction costs of environmental policy : an analysis of development offsets
New Institutional Economists define transaction costs as the costs to define, establish maintain and exchange property rights. This definition, one among many, enables the consideration of the cost to create, use and move between institutions (Marshall, 2013; McCann, 2013). For a policymaker, transaction costs are the cost of time and effort invested in researching the problem, creating, implementing, administering, monitoring and enforcing the policy. For an individual engaged with or affected...[Show more]
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