Environmental Economics and Development
Johannes Baptist Opschoor, Kenneth John Button, Peter Nijkamp
Edward Elgar Pub., 01.01.1999 - 619 Seiten
This outstanding new collection surveys the relationship between the environment and development, and highlights some of the tensions that are implicit in the notion of sustainable development.
Environmental Economics and Development is organized into six sections: general aspects; resource utilization and management; valuation and accounting of environmental change; environmental policy instruments; adjustment, trade and the environment; and distributional issues. These areas include general features of environment-development interfaces, operational valuation and accounting methods and economic approaches to environmental policy instruments in developing countries and in the international context.
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