Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006 - Business & Economics - 380 pages
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'. . . an ambitious and compelling book. . . provides a paradigmatic approach to ecological economics that - although based on familiar elements - is nonetheless fresh and original. . . It is a work that should be read by a diverse set of students and
 

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Contents

Joint Production and Ecological Economics
1
PART I Conceptual Foundations
15
Introduction to Part I
17
2 Conceptualising Joint Production
19
3 Thermodynamics of Joint Production
46
4 Joint Production Stocks and Dynamics
69
5 Joint Production and the Dynamics of Environmental Problems
89
PART II Economics
103
Introduction to Part III
223
11 The Concept of Responsibility
225
12 Joint Production Knowledge and Repsonsibility
238
13 Individual and Collective Responsibility
253
14 Responsibility in Politics and in the Economy
261
PATY IV Case Studies
269
Introduction to Part IV
271
Price Ambivalence
273

Introduction to Part II
105
6 Joint Production in the History of Economic Thought
107
7 Joint Production and the Philosophy of Economics
152
8 Ambivalence of Joint Outputs
162
9 The Investment Decision under Joint Production
183
10 Structural Change under Joint Production
199
PART III Ethics
221
Innovation and Industrial Evolution
292
Stock Dynamics and Complexity
307
Joint Externalities
327
19 Conclusions and Perspectives
339
References
347
Index
373
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