5 edition of Economics of natural resources and the environment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -373) and index.
|Statement||David W. Pearce and R. Kerry Turner.|
|Contributions||Turner, R. Kerry.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 P37 1990b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 378 p. :|
|Number of Pages||378|
|ISBN 10||0745002021, 0745002250|
|LC Control Number||90138980|
For economists, energy economics is one of three subdisciplines which, taken together, compose an economic approach to the exploitation and preservation of natural resources: energy economics, which focuses on energy-related subjects such as renewable energy, hydropower, nuclear power, and the political economy of energy. About this book. Core text for undergraduate economics students of environmental and natural resource economics. Summary of contents: Economy and Environment; The Economics of Pollution; Ethics and Future Generations; The Economics of Natural Resources; Development and Environment.
Economics is an important tool for making decisions about the use, conservation, and protection of natural resources because it provides information about choices people make, the costs and benefits of various proposed measures, and the likely outcome of environmental and other policies. Areas of discussion. Natural resource economics is a transdisciplinary field of academic research within economics that aims to address the connections and interdependence between human economies and natural focus is how to operate an economy within the ecological constraints of earth's natural resources. Resource economics brings together and connects different disciplines.
This book, which is a much expanded version of an earlier publication, Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment, aims mostly at final-year undergraduates reading subjects such as economics, business studies, environ mental science, forestry, marine biology, agriculture and development studies. Today’s Class •Natural Resource Economics •Agenda 1. One Question: Are we running out of oil 2. Taxonomy of natural resources 3. Models of natural resource extraction 1. Basically all one model, with variations on a theme.
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The Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources covers the essential topics students need to understand environmental and resource problems and their possible solutions. Its unique lecture format provides an in-depth exploration of discrete topics, ideal for upper-level undergraduate, graduate or doctoral study.
This book, which is a much expanded version of an earlier publication, Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment, aims mostly at final-year undergraduates reading subjects such as economics, business studies, environ mental science, forestry, marine biology, agriculture and development : Springer Netherlands.
The authors give a very good insight on the economics of the environment and polution. How a pareto optimum is received by the benefits and costs of polution. Also how innovation and tax affects production and polution. I am not a student but just interested in economics. The graphs make it understandable and a good book to by: Rev.
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Environmental economics. Natural resources—Management. Sustainable development. Perman, Roger, – Natural resource and environmental economics.
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The book deals fully with the orthodox theorems of the economics of pollution and optimal depletion rates for natural resources/5. Looks in detail at the history of economic thought on natural resources and the environment, the economics of fisheries, forestry, mining, petroleum, coal and natural gas deposits.
There are also chapters devoted to environmental degradation and the economics of the world's natural wonders. Barry Field is an authority on natural resource economics and has a successful Irwin/McGraw-Hill book Environmental Economics: An Introduction, ((c)).
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Unit One: An Introduction to Environmental Economics and Economic Concepts Unit Information 3. Unit Overview 3. Unit Aims 3. Unit Learning Outcomes 3. Unit Interdependencies 4. Key Readings 5. Further Readings 6. References 6. Introduction 7. Section Overview 7.
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The long-term viability of the food supply depends upon the sustainable use of natural resources. Unlike most agricultural inputs, such as fertilizer or animal feed, most natural resources do not have prices determined in the market.
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