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  • Why do some environmental treaties appear to be more effective than others? What factors determine why one treaty leads to prompt changes in behavior and corresponding improvements in the underlying problem while others seem to have no effect at all? This paper identifies three sets of factors that influence a treaty’s effectiveness: the compliance mechanisms a regime uses, the structure of the problem the regime addresses, and the international and domestic forces that make up the context within which the regime must operate. The paper examines the experience of several treaties that have used different compliance mechanisms to explore their impact. Particular focus is placed on the contrast between the use of sanctions, rewards, and information as tools for influencing state and substate actor behavior.
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  • Mitchell, R.B. Making Treatise More Effective: Mechanisms to Induce Compliance. Microbehavior and Macroresults:Proceedings of the Tenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute ofFisheries Economics and Trade, July 10-14, 2000, Corvallis, Oregon, USA.Compiled by Richard S. Johnston and Ann L. Shriver. InternationalInstitute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET), Corvallis, 2001.
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  • Johnston, Richard S.
  • Shriver, Ann L.
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