416 pages, Tabs
Environmental Economics for Sustainable Growth is aimed at practitioners in environmental economics and policy. This is the first book which comprehensively describes the environment-economy link at both the macro and micro level, puts it in the framework of sustainable development, and focuses on environmental valuation techniques as the key to operationalizing sustainable development at both the macro policy level and the micro level of project and programme evaluation. The book also describes in a step-by-step fashion how to perform environmental valuation studies in developing countries and transition economies, and again illustrates the methodologies with empirical studies.
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