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Type: Book (edited)
Title: New Dimensions in Ecological Economics: Integrated Approaches to People and Nature
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Publisher Place: Cheltenham, UK
Issue Date: 2003
ISBN: 1843760797
Editor: Dovers, S.
Stern, D.
Young, M.
Statement of
Stephen Dovers, David I. Stern and Michael D. Young
Contents: 1. Ecological economics: prospects for integration and interdisciplinarity / Stephen Dovers, David I. Stern, Michael D. Young -- Pt. I. First Dimension: Challenges and Reviews. 2. Research challenges in the twenty-first century / John Proops -- 3. Passion and ecological economics: towards a richer coevolution of value systems and environmental systems / Richard B. Norgaard -- 4. Beyond disciplines: exploring exploratory research as a framework for integration / Lorrae van Kerkhoff -- Pt. II. Second Dimension: Reorientations and Openings. 5. Sustainability and interdisciplinarity / Jon Barnett, Heidi Ellemor and Stephen Dovers -- 6. Environmental, ecological and behavioural economics / Jack L. Knetsh -- 7. Economic psychology and ecological economics / Stephen E.G. Lea -- 8. A policy orientation as integrative strategy / Stephen Dovers -- Pt. III. Third Dimension: Frameworks and Applications. 9. Towards an ecological-economic theory of nature policy / M. van der Heide, J.C.J.M. van den Bergh and E.C. van Ierland -- 10. Modelling stochastic technological change in economy and environment using the Kalman filter / David I. Stern -- 11. Effective policy and interventions in environmental systems using material budgets / Robert J. Wasson -- 12. Expanding the concept of flows and developing frameworks for linking social, economic and environmental accounting systems: two approaches for integration / Sasha Courville.
Keywords: Environmental economics
RMID: 0020065545
DOI: 10.4337/9781781950043
Appears in Collections:Earth and Environmental Sciences publications

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