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The field of ecological economics developed in the late 1980s at the intersection of the social and natural sciences, with roots in political economy, ecology and biology, and has had a significant impact on research agendas and policy in related fields in subsequent years. 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. Volume I reviews the roots and evolution of ecological economics as a field. Volume II examines the methodological and technical challenges posed by the development of a new field at the intersection of a number of mature disciplines. Volume III focuses on the major developments in ecological economics of the last decade. Volume IV looks at the ecological economics of sustainability.
|Publication date:||9th December 2008|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications Inc|
|Categories:||Applied ecology, Environmental economics,|
Charles Perrings is Professor of Environmental/Ecological 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. Until 2005 he was editor of Environment and Development Economics, and he remains on the editorial board of several other journals in environmental, resource and ecological economics, and in conservation ecology. He is Past President of the ...More About Charles Perrings