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Ecological Economics.


Ecological Economics

C.M. van der Heide, W.J.M. Heijman, and J.H.J Schaminee

Wageningen Academic Publishers


260 pages



This textbook explores the relationship between nature and economics, and chapters consider different ecological problems and relevant economic theories, insights, and opinions. They discuss economics and the economic system; the history of nature in an economic context; economic growth and whether it can be combined with nature conservation; natural resources, particularly the exploitation and exhaustion of non-renewable resources and depletable renewable resources; labor, capital, and land; welfare theory; social cost benefit analysis as a tool and its economic theory; the valuation of nature; and landscape economics. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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