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Understanding the Success of an Environmental Policy: The case of the 1989-1999 Integrated Pest Management Program in Indonesia

Budy P Resosudarmo;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
Abstract
The fact that most environmental degradation occurs in developing countries shows that they face difficulties in implementing environmental policies. It is hence extremely valuable to take lessons from any instances of the successful implementation of an environmental policy in a developing country. This paper aims to show, from a political economy perspective, why the 1989–1999 Integrated Pest Management program, is an environmentally-friendly policy, worked in Indonesia. It concludes that the requisite conditions included strong national political support, thorough local research linked to international support, appropriate mechanisms to implement the policy, ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Agricultural policy, integrated pest management, environmental policy, jel:C21, jel:C23, jel:I32, jel:O57
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