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About this book
About this book
In this book some of the world's leading scholars in environmental economics explore the theoretical and empirical problems to be solved if policymakers are to develop accounts to capture the sustainability of economic development.
Natural resource accounting and economic development, Charles Perrings, Jeff Vincent; green national accounting - why and how?, Geir B. Asheim; sustainability accounting and green accounting, Robert D. Cairns; the linearized Hamiltonian as comprehensive NDP, Martin L. Weitzman; net national product - wealth and social well being, Partha Dasgupta, Karl-Goran Maler; accounting for the distributional impacts of policy in the green accounts, Richard D. Horan, James Hrubovcak, James S. Shortle, Erwin H. Bulte; valuing mineral stocks and depletion in green national income accounts, Graham A. Davis, David J. Moore; natural resource accounts for minerals - a Southern Africa country comparison, James Blignaut, Rashid Hassan, Gleen-Marie Lange; Tanzania's soil wealth, Kjell Arne Brekke, Vegard Iversen, Jens Aune; estimating timber depreciation in the Brazilian Amazon, Ronaldo Seroa Da Motta, Claudio A. Ferraz Do Amaral; integrating forest resources into the system of national acccounts in Maharashtra, India G.S. Haripriya; improved measure of the contribution of cultivated forests to national income and wealth in South Sfrica, Rashid M. Hassan; fisheries accounting in Namibia, Gleen-Marie Lange; resource depletion and economic sustainability in Malaysia, Jeff Vincent; global macroeconomic sustainability - a dynamic general equilibrium approach, Ralph W. Bailey, Rosemary Clarke.