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Nonpoint Pollution: Tractable Solutions to Intractable Problems

Nonpoint pollution goes right to a chink in the armor of conventionally trained economists (like myself) who are overtrained towards becoming protagonists of the price system. The very name “nonpoint” pollution suggests that economists see this as just an odd bit of clutter, something “non-regular” in their tidy world. Indeed, all pollution was an exception, an “externality”, until recently. Then economists . . . → Read More: Nonpoint Pollution: Tractable Solutions to Intractable Problems