4 (1) IUSTITIA 119 (1976)
Dan Richardson's study is "an attempt to analyze present regulatory procedures in the New Jersey coastal zone, with an emphasis on the cost of these procedures to residential developers and housing consumers." Specifically, twenty-one residential developments in a coastal township were monitored from acquisition of land to final approval of the development proposal, and the costs of regulatory approvals, consulting engineering, legal, and governmental fees, as well as holding costs incurred by the developer, were itemized. The costs of the regulatory process were then broken down according to costs incurred during the local regulatory process and those costs resulting from state intervention in that process.
Ball, Ian T.
"The Cost of Environmental Protection: A Review,"
IUSTITIA: Vol. 4
, Article 5.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/iustitia/vol4/iss1/5