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Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics

By: Philip Lawn
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics
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  • Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics ISBN: 9781845428402 Hardback Mar 2007 Usually dispatched within 1 week
Price: £112.00
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Ecological economics formally emerged in the late 1980s in response to the failure of mainstream economic paradigms to deal adequately with the interdependence of social, economic and ecological systems. Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics focuses on a range of cutting-edge issues in the field of ecological economics and outlines plausible measures to achieve a more sustainable, just, and efficient world for all.


Part I: An Introduction to Ecological Economics, Sustainable Development, and the Steady-State Economy; Part II: Sustainable Development and Natural Capital; Part III: Sustainable Development Indicators; Part IV: Sustainable Development: Theoretical and Policy Issues; Part V: Sustainable Development and the International Dimension; Part VI: Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.

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By: Philip Lawn
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