Author: Charles Perrings
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; Four-Volume Set ed. edition (December 22, 2008)
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Charles Perrings is Professor of ical Economics at Arizona State University.
Charles Perrings is Professor of ical Economics at Arizona State University. Previous appointments include Professor of Environmental Economic and Environmental Management at the University of York; Professor of Economics at the University of California, Riverside; Director of the Biodiversity Programme of the Beijer Institute, Stockholm; Professor of Economics at the University of Botswana; and Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Auckland.
Ecological Economics. This collection of classic and contemporary papers in ecological economics and its precursors includes an introductory essay that explores how the field has developed over time and identifies the main strands in the literature.
Ecological Economics book. The field of ecological economics developed in the late 1980s at the. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Ecological Economics.
Towards an ecological economics of sustainability. M Common, C Perrings. Biological invasion risks and the public good: an economic perspective. C Perrings, M Williamson, E Barbier, D Delfino, S Dalmazzone, J Shogren,. Conservation Ecology 6 (1), 2002. Ecological economics 6 (1), 7-34, 1992. Biological diversity, ecosystems, and the human scale. C Folke, CS Holling, C Perrings. Ecological applications 6 (4), 1018-1024, 1996. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and human wellbeing: an ecological and economic perspective. S Naeem, DE Bunker, A Hector, M Loreau, C Perrings. Oxford University Press, 2009.
Yes, a textbook, named Ecological Economics, Principles and Applications by Herman E. Daly and Joshua Farley. Ecological Economics, as a book, does a fantastic job of outlining the principles of EE. It explains the failings of old economic assumptions, and lays out a different set of assumptions grounded in science or rooted in principles of justice. The book covers its subject with appropriate humility for a new social science, an uncommon virtue among economic pontificators.
Ecological Economics. Charles Perrings - Arizona State University
Ecological Economics. This book satisfies the urgent need for an introductory text on Ecological Economics that is informative but not overly detailed on environmental sciences, strong on and where necessary critical of economics, and representative in its coverage of new theory and methods. Jeroen C. J. M. van den Bergh - Free University, Amsterdam. Charles Perrings - Arizona State University. The writing is clear and the voice is distinctiv. his is a well-written boo. Source: The Times Higher Education Supplement.
Charles D. Kolstad is Professor of Economics and Professor of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Charles D. Kolstad is Professor of Economics and Professor of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Economics of Ecological Resources. Economics of Ecological Resources presents new or recently published work on ecological economies, sustainability, poverty, resource degradation and decision-making under uncertainty. Ecological Economics after the Millennium Assessment.