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The Economics of Sustainable Development.

HC79

2005-004094

0-88099-320-0

The economics of sustainable development.

Title main entry. Ed. by Sisay Asefa.

W.E. Upjohn Institute, [c]2005

191 p.

$15.00 (pa)

The six chapters presented here by Asefa (economics, Western Michigan U.) are based on presentations made at the 40th annual Werner Sichel Economics Lecture-Seminar Series, held at Western Michigan U. during the academic year 2003-2004, which he directed. The contributions explore economic aspects of sustainable development, including inequality and war, scientific constraints on sustainable agricultural production, population growth and economics, the relationship between property rights and sustainable agricultural development, and rural poverty and sustainable natural resource management.
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