Emphasises the international dimension of environmental phenomena, which implies the necessity of designing properly co-ordinated economic/environmental policies.
1: Models of Trade and the Environment. 1.1. Property Rights and the Dynamics of Renewable Resources in North-South Trade; G. Chichilnisky. 1.2. Trade, Tropical Deforestation and Policy Interventions; E.B. Barbier, M. Rauscher. 1.3. Greens, Supergreens, and International Trade Policy - Environmental Concerns and Protectionism; A.L. Hillman, H.W. Ursprung. 1.4. Foreign Trade and Renewable Resources; M. Rauscher. 1.5. Environmental Policy, Plant Location and Government Protection; A. Ulph. 2: Models of Innovation and Growth. 2.1. Should Environmental Innovation Policy be Internationally Co-ordinated; C. Carraro, G. Topa. 2.2. Strategic Innovation and Strategic Environmental Policy; D. Ulph. 2.3. Investment in Clean Technology and Transboundary Pollution Control; A.J. de Zeeuw, F. van der Ploeg. 2.4. Endogenous Growth, Environment, and R&D; V. Hung, P. Chang, K. Blackburn. 2.5. Sustainable Growth and Renewable Resources in the Global Economy; F. van der Ploeg, J.E. Ligthart. 3: Policy Issues. 3.1. Laissez faire, Collective Control or Nationalization of the Global Commons; R.S. Eckaus. 3.2. Formation of International Environmental Agreements; G. Heal. 3.3. The Design of a Carbon Tax in an Incomplete International Climate Agreement; R. Golombek, C. Hagem, M. Hoel. 3.4. Air Pollution and Energy Policies - the Role of Environmental Damage Estimation; A. Markandya. 3.5. Economic Issues and Negotiation on Global Environment. Some Lessons from the Recent Experience on Greenhouse Effect; J.-C. Hourcade.