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About this book
About this book
Reconciles the conflict between the ecological sustainability and full employment objectives, discussing and analyzing the impact that achieving ecological sustainability has on unemployment and the nature of the workplace.
PART I: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT AND EMPLOYMENTChapter 1: Why focus on the connection between the environment and employment?Philip LawnChapter 2: The potential conflict between ecological sustainability and full employment Philip LawnPART II: POST-KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS AND THE ENVIRONMENTChapter 3: Why have Post-Keynesians (perhaps) inadequately dealt with issues related to the environment?Andrew MearmanChapter 4: Recovering and extending classical and Marshallian foundations for Post-Keynesian environmental economicsPaul ChristensenChapter 5: Post-Keynesian economics and sustainable developmentRichard Holt PART III: GUARANTEED EMPLOYMENT VERSUS GUARANTEED INCOMEChapter 6: The Basic Income Guarantee and the goals of equity, efficiency, and environmentalismKarl Widerquist and Michael LewisChapter 7: Evaluating the economic and environmental viability of Basic Income and Job GuaranteesPavlina TchernevaChapter 8: A comparison of the macroeconomic consequences of Basic Income and Job Guarantee schemesWilliam Mitchell and Martin WattsPART IV: ECOLOGICAL TAX REFORM AND THE DOUBLE DIVIDENDChapter 9: An applied general equilibrium analysis of a double dividend policy for the Spanish economyAntonio Manresa and Ferran SanchoChapter 10: An empirical assessment of ecological tax reform and the double dividendPhilip LawnPART V: JOBS VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENTChapter 11: A city that works -- employment patterns and ecosystem service requirements in greater Christchurch, New ZealandNigel Jollands, Nancy Golubiewski, and Garry McDonaldChapter 12: Employment and environment in a sustainable EuropeFreiderich Hinterberger, Ines Omann, and Andrea StockerChapter 13: Managing without growthPeter Victor and Gideon RosenbluthPART VI: CONCLUSIONChapter 14: Final thoughts on reconciling the goals of ecological sustainability and full employmentPhilip Lawn
Flinders University, Australia