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Main Title An Introduction to ecological economics /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Costanza, Robert.
Publisher St. Lucie Press ; International Society for Ecological Economics,
Year Published 1997
OCLC Number 37650705
ISBN 1884015727; 9781884015724
Subjects Economic development--Environmental aspects. ; Environmental economics. ; Milieueconomie. ; Milieubeleid. ; Beleidsinstrumenten. ; Duurzame ontwikkeling. ; Développement conomique--Aspect de l'environnement. ; Environnement--Aspect conomique. ; Ecologie--Aspect conomique. ; Ecology--Economic aspects. ; Dâeveloppement âeconomique--Aspect de l'environnement. ; Environnement--Aspect âeconomique. ; Ecologie--Aspect âeconomique.
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0744/97204572-d.html
http://www.crcnetbase.com/isbn/978-1-4200-4835-3
CRCnetBASE http://www.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9781420048353
Holdings
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Status
EJBM  HD75.6.I588 1997 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 01/12/2015
EKBM  HD75.6.I588 1997 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 08/23/2005
EMBM  HD75.6.I57 1997 GWERD Library/Ada,OK 10/24/1997
ESAM  HD75.6.I588 1997 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 07/17/1998
Collation xii, 275 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-265) and index.
Contents Notes
1. Humanity's Current Dilemma -- 1.1 The Global Ecosystem and the Economic Subsystem -- 1.2 From Localized Limits to Global Limits -- 1.3 Population and Poverty -- 1.4 Beyond Brunt Land -- 1.5 Toward Sustainability -- 1.6 The Fragmentation of Economics and the Natural Sciences -- 2. The Historical Development of Economics and Ecology -- 2.1 The Early Codevelopment of Economics and Natural Science -- 2.2 Economics and Ecology Specialize and Separate -- 2.3 The Reintegration of Ecology and Economics -- 3. Problems and Principles of Ecological Economics -- 3.1 Sustainable Scale, Fair Distribution, and Efficient Allocation -- 3.2 Ecosystems, Biodiversity, and Ecological Services -- 3.3 Substitutability vs. Complementarity of Natural, Human, and Manufactured Capital -- 3.4 Population and Carrying Capacity -- 3.5 Measuring Welfare and Well-Being -- 3.6 Valuation, Choice, and Uncertainty -- 3.7 Trade and Community -- 4. Policies, Institutions, and Instruments -- 4.1 The Need to Develop a Shared Vision of a Sustainable Society -- 4.2 History of Environmental Institutions and Instruments -- 4.3 Successes, Failures, and Remedies -- 4.4 Policy Instruments -- Further Reading.