Pesticide in UK Law

  • Decentred Deterrence and the Effects of Social Relations: Explaining Pesticide Regulatory Compliance in China
    • Nbr. 29-6, December 2020
    • Social & Legal Studies
    While many have observed the importance of state regulators to the implementation of law, multiple decentralized regulators are crucial for achieving deterrence and compliance. Informed by the dete...
  • Apple farm management practices in the Northeastern US and Northern China
    • Nbr. 9-3, July 2012
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 164-174
    Purpose: – The purpose of this study is to compare the different pesticides management practices and productions in three apple farms in the Northeastern US and Northern China. Design/methodology/...
    ......Production, pesticide and fertilizer usage, and laborcosts were calculated for comparison.Findings – The conventional US apple grower manages his farm for maximum ......
  • The science of Javanese management: Organizational alignment in an Indonesian development programme
    • Nbr. 12-5, December 1992
    • Public Administration and Development
    Studies of business organizations reveal the importance of combining two elements for mobilizing and aligning action in large organizations: informed decision making and contingent incentives. A na...
    ...... Field studies, trainee surveys and other evidence reveal that, consistent with national programme objectives, (1) pesticide applications were reduced by more than 60 per cent; (2) pesticide use depended more on field decisions, less on ......
  • Bayesian Estimation of Willingness‐to‐pay Where Respondents Mis‐report Their Preferences*
    • Nbr. 69-3, June 2007
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    We introduce a modified conditional logit model that takes account of uncertainty associated with mis‐reporting in revealed preference experiments estimating willingness‐to‐pay (WTP). Like Hausman ...
    ......Using a Bayesian methodology, we apply our model to a choice modelling (CM) data set examining UK consumer preferences for non-pesticide" food. We compare the results of our model with the Hausman model. WTP estimates are produced for different groups of consumers and we find that modi\xEF"......
  • Analysis of the predictors of five eco-sensitive behaviours
    • Nbr. 11-1, April 2014
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 16-27
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to examine five different types of eco-sensitive behaviours separately and understand if determinants of these behaviours vary depending on the type of actio...
    ......While agedifferences only explain recycling cans and bottles, gender difference explains buying pesticide-fre efruits/vegetables and avoiding environmentally harmful products. Values, on the other hand, predictall five eco-behaviours. Driving less and ......
  • High-performance work system and employee creativity. The roles of perceived organisational support and devolved management
    • Nbr. 46-7, October 2017
    • Personnel Review
    • 1318-1334
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the underlying mechanism through which high-performance work system (HPWS) influences employee creativity. In addition, this paper aims to examine c...
    ...... and employee creativity.Design/methodology/approach –The sample of the study included 268 employees and matchedsupervisors from two pesticide chemical companies in China. Hypotheses were tested with linear regressions.Findings –The study shows that HPWS enhances perceived organisational ......
  • Stemming the Flow of Poison the Role of Unep and the Fao in Regulating the International Trade in Pesticides
    • Nbr. 13-1, April 1996
    • International Relations
    ...... TRADE IN PESTICIDES Peter Hough Introduction In the early 1990s an international regime regulating the issue of the pesticide trade emerged. Unlike in other pesticide-related issues, such as industrial safety and environmental pollution, the rules established ......
  • The innovative thinking of Bug Agentes Biologicos.
    • Nbr. 2013, October - February 2013
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Learn from... - Brief article
    ......Responding, pesticide supplier 5 Bug Agentes Biologicos has developed a natural alternative. It mass-breeds wasps that are "programmed" to attack only their natural ......
  • Biopesticides, Regulatory Innovation and the Regulatory State
    • Nbr. 24-3, July 2009
    • Public Policy and Administration
    This article analyses regulatory innovation. It considers, in particular, how a regulatory environmental agency has been encouraged to innovate in the area of biopesticides. The literature on regul...
    ...... for the registration of agricultural pesticides. 1 They advise Ministers on the devel- opment and enforcement of pesticide policy and legislation and also on all aspects of pesticides approvals policy. Applicants for regulatory approval must submit scientific evidence in ......
  • Case C-616/17 Blaise and Others: The precautionary principle and its role in judicial review – Glyphosate and the regulatory framework for pesticides
    • Nbr. 27-4, August 2020
    • Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
    The approval renewal of glyphosate as an active substance for pesticides in the EU has also kept the Court of Justice occupied. Within this line of case law, the Blaise case is the most recent one....
    ......582–606; A. Arcuri and Y.H. Hendlin, ‘The Chemical Anthropocene: Glyphosate as a Case Study of Pesticide Exposures’, 30 King’s Law Journal (2019), p. 234–253; V. Paskalev, ‘On Giving Account and Taking Things into Account: The Case of ......
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