Reasonable Value and the Role of Negotiation in Agriculture's Use of the Environment
Richard F. Kazmierczak and
Review of Agricultural Economics, 1997, vol. 19, issue 1, 108-121
General environmental policy and restrictions specifically targeted at agriculture will continue to influence agricultural policy. Agricultural and environmental communities can react to these events in many ways, but the most promising way to resolve agricultural and environmental disputes lies in negotiated regulations mediated by governmental agencies. This approach should attract the agricultural community because it provides an opportunity to educate environmental groups about the complexities facing modern agriculture. It also ensures that regulators consider private business interests during policy development. While not a panacea, a negotiated regulations approach is the best hope for flexibly satisfying the dual objectives of a clean environment and an economically viable agricultural sector.
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