- Title Pages
- Contributor Biographies
- 1 The Political Economy of Environmental Justice
- I Household Behavior and Land Markets
- 2 Moving Beyond Cleanup
- 3 Does Environmental Remediation Benefit the Poor?
- 4 Environmental Gentrification and Discrimination
- II Household Behavior and Land Markets
- 5 Residential Mobility and Ozone Exposure
- 6 Superfund Taint and Neighborhood Change
- 7 Amenities Tomorrow
- III The Behavior of Polluting Firms
- 8 The Role of Demographic and Cost-Related Factors in Determining Where Plants Locate
- IV Government Regulation and Enforcement
- 9 Spatial Patterns in Regulatory Enforcement
- 10 An Examination of the Correlation between Race and State Hazardous and Solid Waste Taxes
- The Political Economy of Environmental Justice
- Stanford University Press
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