This article is organized as follows: following the introduction in Part I, Part II focuses on the role of liability rules in compensation for environmental harm, then Part III focuses on insurance, and Part IV discusses the specific case of marine oil pollution. For each topic, we will first describe theoretical possibilities for providing compensation, and then examine the role these mechanisms play in practice. Part V offers a few concluding remarks, and provides an economic analysis and policy recommendations.
Recommended CitationMichael G. Faure and Liu Jing, Compensation for Environmental Damage in China: Theory and Practice, 31 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 226 (2014)
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