What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN NATURAL RESOURCE
4 other sections not shown
A.C. Pigou achieving air pollution allocation and pricing allows applied Brundtland Commission Changes in Productivity common property rights Consumer consumer's surplus costs and benefits damage decision-making depletion discussed economic activity economic agent economic externalities economic instruments economically efficient economics is concerned economists effects Emission standards environmental economics Eskom essential example exclusion fishery government intervention Green taxes important incentives instruments and valuation involved manage natural resources management of natural management process market mechanism maximised mineral monitoring natural environment Natural Resource Economics natural resource management natural resource usage non-renewable resources OECD OECD countries opportunity cost optimal particular point source pollution policy instruments Polluters Pays Principle pollution control pollution emission power station private sector Product charges production processes public sector regulations resources in South result role social welfare soil conservation South Africa subsidies sustainable development tradable permits travel costs valuation techniques water pollution water quality welfare economics Zonal studies zone