Environmental and Natural Resource Economics A Contemporary Approach
Edition: 2nd 2006
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Description: "Environmental and Natural Resource Economics "engages students in standard economic theory through the lens of environmental issues such as global climate change and overpopulation. This broad, balanced approach combines traditional microeconomic analysis with a detailed examination of macro-level ecological problems that require local, national, and global policy solutions. The Second Edition includes new appendices, updated case studies, and the inclusion of current economic data. Numerous examples, graphs, key terms, and end-of-chapter questions help students review and assimilate core concepts.
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List price: $144.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 8/30/2005
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: The Economy and the Environment|
|Changing Perspectives on the Environment|
|Resources, Environment, and Economic Development|
|Economic Analysis of Environmental Issues|
|The Theory of Environmental Externalities|
|Common-Property Resources and Public Goods|
|Resource Allocation Over Time|
|Valuing the Environment|
|Ecological Economics and Environmental Accounting|
|Ecological Economics: Basic Concepts|
|National Income and Environmental Accounting|
|Modeling Economic and Ecological Systems|
|Population, Agriculture, and the Environment|
|Population and the Environment|
|Agriculture, Food, and Environment|
|Energy and Resources|
|Nonrenewable Resources: Scarcity and Abundance|
|Energy: The Great Transition|
|Renewable Resource Use: Fisheries|
|Ecosystem Management: Forest and Water Systems|
|Pollution: Impacts and Policy Responses|
|Pollution: Analysis and Policy|
|Global Climate Change|
|Environment, Trade, and Development|
|World Trade and the Environment|
|Institutions for Sustainable Development|