Environmental and Natural Resources Economics: Theory, Policy, and the Sustainable Society

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M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - 327 pages
Integrating aspects of philosophy, political science, and some environmental science, this text provides a multidisciplinary approach to environmental economics and natural resources policy. Included is a chapter on value systems and the role of ethics.

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Contents

Introduction to Environmental
3
Value Systems and Economic Systems
17
The Economics of Market Allocation
32
Why Markets Fail to Protect Environmental
42
The Economics of Natural Resource Systems
60
Measurement and Analysis
95
The Political Economy of Environmental Regulation
126
Economic Instruments
165
Recognizing Interdependencies and Thinking Long Term
214
Sustainable Economic Development
249
Issues in Sustainable Production and Consumption
270
Issues in the Economics of Sustainable Local Communities
285
The Cogtong Bay Mangrove Management Project
300
Glossary
307
Index
323
About the Author 329

Uncertainty Irreversibility
186
Introduction to the Sustainability Perspective
207

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