Regulating Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
In industrialised economies, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) form a major proportion of businesses and give rise to a substantial proportion of total industrial pollution. Yet the inherent nature of these businesses presents a substantial policy challenge in all jurisdictions, especially for overstretched regulatory agencies. This article examines systematically a range of environmental policy instruments that can be employed in relation to SMEs and tests them against both empirical...[Show more]
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