To a large extent, economic and environmental parameters describe the state of a society in a particular geographic location at a particular time. This book documents the latest modelling changes in integrated economic-environmental systems to guide policy. Arranged in five sections, it firstly addresses the economic and environmental concepts and modelling approaches that underpin the management of economic-environmental systems, with papers that cover dynamics, social discount rate, valuation of resources and environment, and the roles of technical, behavioural and economy-wide models. Sections two, three and four focus on economic-environmental systems of the domestic economy, while section five addresses the environment in relation to the global economy.
Release date NZ
September 16th, 1999
Edited by A.J. Jakeman
Edited by Michael McAleer
Edited by Sinniah Mahendrarajah
Country of Publication
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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