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Arbitration And Renegotiation Of International Investment Agreements : A Study With Particular Reference To Means Of Conflict Avoidance Under Natural Resources Investment Agreements

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Natural Hazard Mitigation Policy

RRP $491.99

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The negative consequences of natural hazard events are staggering and growing. Governments are acting to increase community resilience, reduce losses, and facilitate recovery, but these actions do not always yield anticipated consequences. This book is a compelling interdisciplinary analysis of California's efforts to ensure that acute care hospitals survive earthquakes and continue to function in the aftermath. The book weaves together several threads essential to understanding the effectiveness of public policies intended to reduce the consequences of natural hazard events: public policy design and administration, the hazard mitigation investment decision made by targeted organizations, and contextual dynamics.

"A terrific study of shortfalls in the implementation of risk-reduction policy -- highly readable, full of insights, and very policy relevant."Peter J. May, Donald R. Matthews Distinguished Professor of American Politics, University of Washington, Seattle USA

"This is an exceptional book by three of the leading hazard mitigation researchers and must reading for both scholars and practitioners in the field."William A. Anderson, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.


Natural Gas In The Internal Market : A Review Of Energy Policy

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This work analyses key issues of a European policy and future regulation for natural gas. The structure and performance of gas markets and the organizational characteristics of gas supply, transmission and distribution are considered.The work examines how the regulatory policies of Member States differ substantially from one another and from most determinants of a European energy policy: differences in system of ownership on all levels of the industry; in degrees of concentration and integration; in market structures of supply and demand especially in access to natural gas sources; in regulatory policies and priorities especially regarding gas-to-gas and substitute competition; in regulatory instruments; in motions of national interest, optimal use and preservation of resources and investments; and dependence on foreign supplies. The development of Community law benefits from an appreciation of these factors, and experts from most EC member states provide a rigorous and thorough analysis of the issues.



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