Environmental Economics: Policies for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
'. . . undergraduate and graduate students of environmental policy will find the book very useful.'
- D. Martin, Choice
'. . . Tisdell's book offers a remarkable collection of many interesting aspects of environmental economics and sustainability. It can be recommended without reservation to readers who already have a sound basic knowledge in the field of welfare economics (and of environmental economics) and who are now interested in going into the details.'
- Michael Ahlheim, Kyklos
Environmental Economics provides an accessible well written guide to appropriate policies for environmental management and sustainable development.
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Background to Environmental Economics
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achieved adopted agricultural systems allocation analysis Australia beneﬁts chapter concept of sustainability considerable cost-benefit analysis curve Daly discussed diseconomy ecological ecological economics ecologists economic activity economic development economic growth economists emission of pollutants ensure environmental damage environmental economics example existence expected extemalities external economies extra-marginal factor favourable Figure ﬁrm Furthermore future global greater green economics human illustrated important income increased individuals inﬂuence infra-marginal external involved IUCN land LDCs less developed countries living resources loss marginal cost marginal external marginal product market failure maximizing natural capital natural environment natural resources net present value occur output Pareto irrelevant Pareto optimality Pearce perfectly competitive perfectly competitive equilibrium pest point of view population possible problem production function project evaluation quantity reduce relevant result sellers social returns socially optimal species strict liability suggested sustainable development technique Tisdell uncertainty unsustainable World Conservation Strategy