What 'Works' in Environmental Policy-Design? Lessons from Experiments in the Australian and Dutch Building Sectors
Abstract: There has been a long-standing academic interest in experimentation with policy-designs. Researchers such as Charles Sabel and Jonathan Zeitlin claim that such experimentation may help to understand how significant legal, social or economic barriers can be overcome. This appears to be particularly true in the field of environmental policy. This article explores the nature and outcome of this experimentation by evaluating 21 policy-designs that have been experimented with by...[Show more]
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