Environmentalism and economic freedom: the case for private property rights
Research was conducted to attempt to reconcile economic freedom and environmentalism. There is a strong evidence to support an inverse relationship between the two which shows that an increase in one leads to a decrease in the other, and vice-versa. In the cases of air pollution and waste disposal, economic freedom and environmentalism appear to be readily reconcilable. However, the public policy conclusions accompanying the two are very dissimilar.
Publication Name: Journal of Business Ethics
Some reflections on economic policy
The asymmetry between the economic and monetary union of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) is analyzed from a legal perspective. The contents of economic policies on free movement of persons, education, energy and public health are explored.
Publication Name: Legal Issues of Economic Integration
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