Although many books focus on law and economics, and environmental economics, this is one of the first to combine the two topics in a fully integrated and comprehensive manner. The authors successfully bridge the gap between the disciplines of environmental law and traditional economics in a lucid and highly accessible style.
'This volume would make an excellent textbook for students of both introductory environmental economics and introductory environmental law. The examples of real world legal problems and environmental policies provide the student with the context within which the basic principles of microeconomics come alive. The scope of economic topics covered is broad and impressive, ranging from the notion of marginal cost to the idea of limits to growth. The authors have created a framework within which it is possible for both law students and economics students to learn from each other's disciplines. A truly remarkable achievement.' - Timothy M. Swanson, University College London, UK
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