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Discontinuous behavioral responses to recycling laws and plastic water bottle deposits

Discontinuous behavioral responses to recycling laws and plastic water bottle deposits

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementW. Kip Viscusi, Joel Huber, Jason Bell, Caroline Cecot.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 15585, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15585.
ContributionsViscusi, W. Kip., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23998206M
LC Control Number2009655836

Using a nationally representative sample of 3, bottled water users, this article finds that both water bottle deposits and recycling laws foster recycling through a discontinuous effect that. Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits – American Law and Economics Review, Spring with W. Kip Viscusi, Joel Huber, and Jason Bell. Blowing Hot Air: An Analysis of State Involvement in Greenhouse Gas Litigation – Vanderbilt Law Review, January

Policies/Incentives | Deposit-Refund Systems in Practice and Theory Author's personal copy Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics, (), vol. 3, pp. Unused opioid analgesics and drug disposal following outpatient dental surgery: A randomized controlled trial W.K. Viscusi, J. Huber, J. Bell, C. CecotDiscontinuous behavioral responses to recycling laws and plastic water bottle deposits. Am. Law Econ. Rev., 15 (), pp.

Viscusi, W. Kip, Joel Huber, Jason Bell and Caroline Cecot () “Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits," American Law and Economics Review, Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits American Law and Economics Review, , 15, (1), View citations (4) See also Working Paper () Overriding consumer preferences with energy regulations Journal of Regulatory Economics, , 43, (3), View citations (7).


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Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits bottles, including those for beverages other than water, were incinerated or left in landfills in The Container Recycling Institute estimates that increasing PET recycling rates to Cited by: this article finds that this prediction is borne out for consumer recycling of plastic water bottles.

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Within this context, a number of factors influencing recycling by:   There are two principal policy instruments that promote water bottle recycling—bottle deposits and recycling laws. Bottle deposits for plastic water bottles establish a financial incentive to foster recycling, while recycling laws generally encourage that behavior by reducing the time cost and increasing the convenience of by: Using a nationally representative sample of 3, bottled water users, this article finds that this prediction is borne out for consumer recycling of plastic water bottles.

Both water bottle deposits and recycling laws foster recycling through a discontinuous effect that converts reluctant recyclers into diligent recyclers.

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The warm glow from being both an environmentalist and an environmental group member is about equal to the monetary value of 5 cent bottle deposits. Respondents from states with stringent recycling laws and bottle deposits have greater recycling by: Both water bottle deposits and recycling laws foster recycling behavior through a discontinuous effect that converts reluctant recyclers into diligent recyclers.

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Within this context, a number of factors influencing recycling emerge. "Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits," with Joel Huber, Jason Bell, and Caroline Cecot, American Law and Economics Review, Vol.

15, No. 1 (Spring ), pp. Mandatory Plastic Recycling Legislation Plastic Bottle Bans/Mandatory Recycling Below is a list of states which have passed laws requiring mandatory plastic bottle recycling or a plastic bottle ban to help increase the quantity of plastic being recycled rather than land filled or incinerated.

Using a nationally representative sample of 3, bottled water users, this article finds that both water bottle deposits and recycling laws foster recycling through a discontinuous effect that converts reluctant recyclers into diligent recyclers.

Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits NBER Working Paper No. w Number of pages: 62 Posted: 15 Dec Last Revised: 05 Aug For example, deposits for plastic water bottles and recycling centers increase recycling rates, although their impact becomes less pronounced if curbside pickups are available.

Moreover, the efficacy of these policies exhibits a discontinuous effect, characterized by a jump in the household behavioral response as effective laws transform non-recyclers into diligent recyclers.

Title: Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits Created Date: Z. “Bottle Bill Resource Guide,” Container Recycling Institute “Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits,” American Law and Economics Review “State Beverage Container Deposit Laws,” National Conference of State Legislatures.

But in the meantime, I did continue to take note of things that might be of interest to PowerBlog readers, and one of these things was a recent NBER working paper, “Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits.”.

Viscusi, W.K., Joel Huber, Jason Bell, and Caroline Cecot. “Discontinuous Behavioral Responses to Recycling Laws and Plastic Water Bottle Deposits.” American Law and Economics Review 15(1): Zabel, J. and D. Guignet. “A hedonic analysis of the impact of LUST sites on house prices.”.

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