International Organizations and Environmental Policy

By Robert V. Bartlett; Priya A. Kurian et al. | Go to book overview

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Robert V. Bartlett is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Purdue University. He has published numerous scholarly articles and book chapters on environmental policy and politics. He is the author or editor of several books, including The Reserve Mining Controversy: Science, Technology, and Environmental Quality ( 1980) and Policy through Impact Assessment: Institutionalized Analysis as a Policy Strategy ( 1989). In 1990 he was a Fulbright Scholar and in 1992 a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Resource Management at Lincoln University, New Zealand. Most recently he is the author (with Ton Bülhrs) of Environmental Policy in New Zealand: The Politics of Clean and Green? ( 1993) and editor (with James N. Gladden) of Environment as a Focus of Public Policy ( 1995).

M. Leann Brown is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. She served as Program Coordinator for the International Studies Association, was a Leverhulme USA/Commonwealth Fellow at the University of Keele, England, and Visiting Professor at the University of Warwick, England. She has contributed articles to the International Journal of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs and the Journal of Modern African Studies. Her monograph, Developing Countries and Regional Economic Cooperation, is forthcoming.

Lynton K. Caldwell is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. He holds graduate degrees from Harvard and Chicago universities, and has served on the faculties of Chicago, Syracuse, California, and Indiana universities with engagements in more than seventy-five additional institutions of higher education and research in thirty-two different countries. His publications include twelve books and 250 major articles with translations into twenty different languages. He has a long record

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