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The Political Economy of the Environment

By: James K Boyce
160 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Edward Elgar
The Political Economy of the Environment
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  • The Political Economy of the Environment ISBN: 9781843761082 Paperback Oct 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Examines the dynamics of environmental degradation in terms of the balances of power between the winners and the losers. Boyce provides evidence that inequalities of power and wealth affect not only the distribution of environmental costs, but also their overall magnitude: greater inequalities result in more environmental degradation.

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Stealing the Commons; let them eat risk?; investing in natural and human capital; inequality as a cause of environmental degradation; rethinking the environmental Kuznets curve; power distribution, the environment and public health; the globalization of market failure?; a squandered inheritance; democratizing environmental ownership.

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By: James K Boyce
160 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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