Accessible to students with little or no background in the subject, Introduction to Environmental Economics, Second Edition, features an exceptionally clear writing style, a global approach, and wide-ranging theoretical coverage.
The first part of the book carefully explains core economic concepts, while the second part shows how these concepts are used to develop policy responses to several of today's most vital environmental issues including climate change, water pollution, and loss of biodiversity.
Ideal for upper-level undergraduate courses in environmental economics, the text incorporates a variety of case studies drawn from around the world and assesses different economic theories in the context of environmental issues.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.70(d)|
Table of Contents
2. Markets and the Environment
3. Valuing the Environment: Concepts
4. Valuing the Environment: Methods
5. Behavior and Environmental Risk
6. Economic Growth, the Environment, and Sustainable Development
7. Strategic Interaction and the Environment
8. Trade and the Environment
9. The Economics of Climate Change
11. The Economics of Water Pollution
13. Energy and Resources