R.G. Opper's scientific contributions

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... ISSN 2250-3153 http://dx.doi.org/10.29322/IJSRP. 8 www.ijsrp.org In the last fifteen years, the greater Dar Fur witnessed a continual influx of migration from villages to the cities, which led to health and environmental problems as a result of high population. ...
... Recent directives on integrated pollution-prevention control and water quality bear the strong imprint of subsidiarity, and may signal the start of a trend towards more flexible (that is, less harmonised) standard setting, with states tailoring controls to local circumstances. There arc, of course, some in the Commission who rue the decision to abandon the principle of regulatory harmonisation (for example, see Kramer, 1997). But as I explain in my paper (1999a), in the past the legislative reflex within DG XI has militated against a full consideration of alternative policy tools, and diverted attention from pressing problems such as implementation and enforcement. ...