The Economics of the Environment

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Wallace E. Oates
Elgar Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 608 pages
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The Economics of the Environment is a working collection of the leading papers in the field of environmental economics. It presents within the compass of a single volume the two central issues in environmental economics: the theory and practice of economic regulation and the valuation of environmental amenities. Wallace E. Oates has included both the classics, the seminal papers in the field, and some of the recent work that is making an important contribution to the economic analysis of environmental problems.

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Marc J Roberts and Michael Spence 1976 Effluent Charges
9
William J Baumol and Wallace E Oates 1971 The Use
161
J H Dales 1968 Land Water and Ownership Canadian
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Edited by the late Wallace E. Oates, formerly Professor of Economics, University of Maryland, College Park and University Fellow, Resources for the Future, US

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