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Ecological Economics, Second Edition: Principles and Applications

Herman E. Daly Joshua Farley

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Island Press
01 January 2010
Business & Economics; Environmental economics; The environment
According to ecological economists, conventional economics does not reflect adequately the value of essential factors like clean air and water, species diversity and social and generational equity. This introductory-level textbook is designed specifically to address this significant flaw in economic thought. The second edition of Ecological Economics provides a clear, readable and easy-to-understand overview of a field of study that continues to grow in importance. It remains the only stand-alone textbook that offers a complete explanation of theory and practice in the discipline.
By:   Herman E. Daly, Joshua Farley
Imprint:   Island Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   2nd edition
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 38mm
Weight:   1.157kg
ISBN:   9781597266819
ISBN 10:   1597266817
Pages:   544
Publication Date:   01 January 2010
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Herman E. Daly is professor at the University of Maryland, School of Public Affairs. He is a cofounder of Ecological Economics, the leading journal in the discipline, and recipient of the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the alternative Nobel Prize. Joshua Farley is a professor of community development and applied economics and assistant research professor at the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics at the University of Vermont.

Reviews for Ecological Economics, Second Edition: Principles and Applications

As ecological economics builds upon neoclassical economics, however, this single volume treatment of the relatively new field by Daley (emeritus, U. of Maryland) and Farley (U. of Vermont) goes beyond merely critiquing neoclassical models and instead incorporates them into the main body of the text, thus providing an introduction to many of the main concepts and issues found in standard texts on macroeconomics and microeconomics while also addressing the disciplinary and policy implications of the natural limits to growth. --Reference & Research Book News


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