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From the Publisher'Succeeds in simplifying the myriad of complex issues bearing on the exhaustibility question posed for all minerals including oil and gas. . . .Provides a good overview for the layman of resource economics right back to Malthus.'
The Journal of Energy Literature
'[This book] should be required reading for all interested in resource depletion issues.'
International Energy Law & Taxation Review
'Inspiring . . . gives an excellent and clear review of the debate. . . . I strongly recommend this book to practitioners, academics, and policymakers concerned with how we should deal with non-renewable resources in the future.'
Minerals & Energy
'John Tilton's aim . . . is to provide a concise primer on the long-run availability of mineral resources for those who are not resource economists or specialists in related fields. He achieves this objective admirably with a logical exposition that blends historical, theoretical, and empirical elements of the ongoing debate together in an appealing way.'
Journal of Energy and Development