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Ecological Economics

By: G Edwards-Jones, S Hussain and B Davies
266 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Ecological Economics
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The first introductory ecological economics text written specifically for natural science students. It aims to present a coherent introduction to the principles underpinning the relatively young discipline, and the interactions between ecological and economic systems.


Preface Part I: Foundations for Ecological Economics:1. Introduction2. A Brief History of Ecological Economic Thought3. Economic Principles for Non-economists4. Ethics and Environmental PhilosophyPart II: Value and Valuation Tools:5. The Concept of Value6. The Economic Approach to Environmental Valuation7. The Ecological Approach to Environmental EvaluationPart III: Frameworks for Decision-Making:8. Cost Benefit Analysis9. Environmental Impact Assessment10. Multicriteria Appraisal11. National Income AccountingPart IV: Applications: Theory and Practice:12. Resource Harvesting13. Nature Conservation14. Pollution and Waste References Index

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By: G Edwards-Jones, S Hussain and B Davies
266 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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The book is very well produced, and each chapter has its own short reading list as well as a longer set of collective references. As an introductory textbook to the field, or as a resource for professionals and scientists to broaden their knowledge of methods and approaches, this book can be strongly recommended. Philip Thornton, Agricultural Systems 72, 2002
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