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Economic Growth, Material Flows and the Environment New Applications of Structural Decomposition Analysis and Physical Input-Output Tables

By: Rutger Hoekstra
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Economic Growth, Material Flows and the Environment
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  • Economic Growth, Material Flows and the Environment ISBN: 9781845421892 Hardback Jul 2005 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

Rutger Hoekstra examines the complex relationship between the monetary economy and the materials flows that are extracted and emitted by economic activities. These physical flows are responsible for many important environmental problems such as unsustainable resource depletion, waste production and climate change. This book discusses, applies and improves upon techniques which link the monetary and physical economies for environmental analyses.

Contents

Preface 1. Introduction 2. Input - Output Tables and Models 3. Constructing Input - Output Tables: Theory 4. Physical Input - Output Tables 5. Hybrid Input - Output Tables for Iron and Steel and Plastics 6. Environmental Structural Decomposition Analysis 7. Comparing Structural and Index Decomposition Analysis 8. Structural Decomposition Analysis of Iron and Steel, and Plastics 9. Forecasting and Backcasting Scenarios 10. Summary and Conclusions References Index.

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By: Rutger Hoekstra
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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This is a first-rate piece of work... Dr Hoekstra's book is the most comprehensive assessment of economic decomposition analysis to date. The author has clarified some confusions, filled in some important gaps in the literature and extended the methods both conceptually and empirically. He has done a most thorough job of constructing hybrid input - output tables and applied them to the important issue of trends in material production use. His use of SDA for forecasting and backcasting of trends and policy making is also very impressive.' - Adam Rose, Pennsylvania State University, US
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