Assembles into a single volume 17 book chapters and essays Randall (agricultural, environmental, and developmental economics, Ohio State U.) has published between 1972 and 1999. They discuss such matters as the limits of markets in reflecting environmental quality, and the implications of this for policy and institutional design; cost-benefit analysis, with an emphasis on its welfare-theoretic foundations and its ability to reflect the public's demand for environmental quality; conservation, biodiversity, and sustainability; methodology; and the ethical foundations of public policy.
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