Recent developments in ecological economics : [Research Reviews]

Valérie Boisvert and Franck-Dominique Vivien (2005), 'The Convention on Biological Diversity: A Conventionalist Approach', Ecological Economics, 53, 461-72 -- René Kemp (2002), 'Environmental Protection through Technological Regime Shifts', in Andrew Jamison (ed) and Harald Rohra...

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Main Author: Røpke, Inge
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Martínez Alier, Juan
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Published: Cheltenham, Glos, UK Edward Elgar Pub 2008
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520 |a Valérie Boisvert and Franck-Dominique Vivien (2005), 'The Convention on Biological Diversity: A Conventionalist Approach', Ecological Economics, 53, 461-72 -- René Kemp (2002), 'Environmental Protection through Technological Regime Shifts', in Andrew Jamison (ed) and Harald Rohracher (ed) (eds), Technology Studies and Sustainable Development, München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 95-126 -- René Kemp and Jan Rotmans (2004), 'Managing the Transition to Sustainable Mobility', in Boelie Elzen (ed), Frank W. Geels (ed) and Ken Green (ed) (eds), System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability: Theory, Evidence and Policy, Chapter 7, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 137-67 -- Reinhard Madlener and Sigrid Stagl (2005), 'Sustainability-guided Promotion of Renewable Electricity Generation', Ecological Economics, 53, 147-67 --  
520 |a Per Olsson, Carl Folke and Fikret Berkes (2004), 'Adaptive Comanagement for Building Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems', Environmental Management, 34 (1), 75-90 -- Jeroen C.J.M. Van den Bergh and John M. Gowdy (2000), 'Evolutionary Theories in Environmental and Resource Economics: Approaches and Applications', Environmental and Resource Economics, 17, 37-57 -- Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich (2004), 'The Tide of Population', in One with Nineveh: Politics, Consumption and the Human Future, Chapter 3, Washington, DC: Island Press, 76-111, 346-51, references -- Robert U. Ayres and Benjamin Warr (2005), 'Accounting for Growth: The Role of Physical Work', Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 16, 181-209 --  
520 |a Wanda Born, Felix Rauschmayer and Ingo Bräuer (2005), 'Economic Evaluation of Biological Invasions - A Survey', Ecological Economics, 55, 321-36 -- Kanchan Chopra and Saroj Kumar Adhikari (2004), 'Environment Development Linkages: Modelling a Wetland System for Ecological and Economic Value', Environment and Development Economics, 9, 19-45 -- Philip M. Fearnside (1997), 'Environmental Services as a Strategy for Sustainable Development in Rural Amazonia', Ecological Economics, 20, 53-70 -- Stefan Gössling (1999), 'Ecotourism: A Means to Safeguard Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functions?', Ecological Economics, 29, 303-20 -- Herbert Gintis (2000), 'Beyond Homo economicus: Evidence from Experimental Economics', Ecological Economics, 35, 311-22 
520 |a Recommended readings (Machine generated): Inge Røpke (2004), 'The Early History of Modern Ecological Economics', Ecological Economics, 50, 293-314 -- Inge Røpke (2005), 'Trends in the Development of Ecological Economics from the Late 1980s to the Early 2000s', Ecological Economics, 55, 262-90 -- Carl Folke (2006), 'Resilience: The Emergence of a Perspective for Social-Ecological Systems Analyses', Global Environmental Change, 16, 253-67 -- Cutler J. Cleveland and Matthias Ruth (1997), 'When, Where and by How Much do Biophysical Limits Constrain the Economic Process? A Survey of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's Contribution to Ecological Economics', Ecological Economics, 22, 203-23 -- Stefan Baumgärtner, Harald Dyckhoff, Malte Faber, John Proops and Johannes Schiller (2001), 'The Concept of Joint Production and Ecological Economics', Ecological Economics, 36, 365-72 --  
520 |a Helga Weisz, Fridolin Krasumann, Christof Amann, Nina Eisenmenger, Karl-Heinz Erb, Klaus Hubacek and Marina Fischer-Kowalski (2006), 'The Physical Economy of the European Union: Cross-Country Comparison and Determinants of Material Consumption', Ecological Economics, 58, 676-98 -- Helmut Haberl, Christoph Plutzar, Karl-Heinz Erb, Veronika Gaube, Martin Pollheimer and Niels B. Schulz (2005), 'Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production as Determinant of Avifauna Diversity in Austria', Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 110, 119-31 -- Mathis Wackernagel, Larry Onisto, Patricia Bello, Alejandro Callejas Linares, Ina Susana López Falfán, Jesus Méndez García, Ana Isabel Suárez Guerrero and Ma. Guadalupe Suárez Guerrero (1999), 'National Natural Capital Accounting with the Ecological Footprint Concept', Ecological Economics, 29, 375-90 --  
520 |a Klaus Rennings, Andreas Ziegler, Kathrin Ankele and Esther Hoffman (2006), 'The Influence of Different Characteristics of the EU Environmental Management and Auditing Scheme on Technical Environmental Innovations and Economic Performance', Ecological Economics, 57, 45-59 -- Tim Jackson, Wander Jager and Sigrid Stagl (2004), 'Beyond Insatiability - Needs Theory, Consumption and Sustainability', in Lucia A. Reisch (ed) and Inge Røpke (ed) (eds), The Ecological Economics of Consumption, Chapter 5, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 79-110 -- Inge Røpke (1999), 'The Dynamics of Willingness to Consume', Ecological Economics, 28, 399-420 -- Faye Duchin (2005), 'Sustainable Consumption of Food: A Framework for Analyzing Scenarios about Changes in Diets', Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9 (1-2), 99-114 
520 |a John Gowdy and Jon Erickson (2005), 'Ecological Economics at a Crossroads', Ecological Economics, 53, 17-20 -- Susan S. Hanna (1997), 'The New Frontier of American Fisheries Governance', Ecological Economics, 20, 221-33 -- Robert Costanza, Francisco Andrade, Paula Antunes, Marjan van den Belt, Dee Boersma, Donald F. Boesch, Fernando Catarino, Susan Hanna, Karin Limburg, Bobbi Low, Michael Molitor, Joáo Gil Pereira, Steve Rayner, Rui Santos, James Wilson and Michael Young (1998), 'Principles for Sustainable Governance of the Oceans', Science, 281, July, 198-9 -- Marco A. Janssen and Elinor Ostrom (2007), 'Adoption of a New Regulation for the Governance of Common-Pool Resources by a Heterogeneous Population', in Jean-Marie Baland (ed), Pranab Bardhan (ed) and Samuel Bowles (ed) (eds), Inequality, Cooperation and Environmental Sustainability, Chapter 4, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 60-96 --  
520 |a Stefan Giljum and Nina Eisenmenger (2004), 'North-South Trade and the Distribution of Environmental Goods and Burdens: A Biophysical Perspective', Journal of Environment and Development, 13 (1), March, 73-100 -- Giovani Machado, Roberto Schaeffer and Ernst Worrell (2001), 'Energy and Carbon Embodied in the International Trade of Brazil: An Input-Output Approach', Ecological Economics, 39, 409-24 -- Helga Weisz (2007), 'Combining Social Metabolism and Input-Output Analyses to Account for Ecologically Unequal Trade', in Alf Hornborg (ed), J.R. McNeill (ed) and Joan Martinez-Alier (ed) (eds), Rethinking Environmental History: World-System History and Global Environmental Change, Chapter 15, Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 289-306 -- Alf Hornborg (2006), 'Footprints in the Cotton Fields: The Industrial Revolution as Time-Space Appropriation and Environmental Load Displacement', Ecological Economics, 59, 74-81 --  
520 |a Herman E. Daly (1999), 'Globalization versus Internationalization - Some Implications', Ecological Economics, 31, 31-7 -- William E. Rees (2006), 'Globalization, Trade and Migration: Undermining Sustainability', Ecological Economics, 59, 220-25 -- Juliet B. Schor (2005), 'Prices and Quantities: Unsustainable Consumption and the Global Economy', Ecological Economics, 55, 309-20 -- Richard B. Norgaard (1990), 'Economic Indicators of Resource Scarcity: A Critical Essay', Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 19, 19-25 -- Herman E. Daly (1997), 'Georgescu-Roegen versus Solow/Stiglitz', Ecological Economics, 22, 261-6 -- Robert M. Solow (1997), 'Reply: Georgescu-Roegen versus Solow/Stiglitz', Ecological Economics, 22, 267-8 -- Joseph E. Stiglitz (1997), 'Reply: Georgescu-Roegen versus Solow/Stiglitz', Ecological Economics, 22, 269-70 -- Herman E. Daly (1997), 'Reply to Solow/Stiglitz', Ecological Economics, 22, 271-3 --  
520 |a Arild Vatn and Daniel W. Bromley (1994), 'Choices Without Prices Without Apologies', Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 26, 129-48 -- Christian Azar and Thomas Sterner (1996), 'Discounting and Distributional Considerations in the Context of Global Warming', Ecological Economics, 19, 169-84 -- Clive L. Spash (2007), 'The Economics of Climate Change Impacts à la Stern: Novel and Nuanced or Rhetorically Restricted?', Ecological Economics, 63, 706-13 -- Jack L. Knetsch (2005), 'Gains, Losses, and the US-EPA Economic Analyses Guidelines: A Hazardous Product?', Environmental and Resource Economics, 32, 91-112 -- Clive L. Spash and Claudia Carter (2001), 'Environmental Valuation in Europe: Findings from the Concerted Action', EVE Policy Research Brief: No. 11, Cambridge: Cambridge Research for the Environment, 3-18 --  
520 |a Bina Agarwal (2001), 'Participatory Exclusions, Community Forestry and Gender: An Analysis for South Asia and a Conceptual Framework', World Development, 29 (10), 1623-48 -- Jouni Paavola and W. Neil Adger (2005), 'Institutional Ecological Economics', Ecological Economics, 53, 353-68 -- Mikael Skou Andersen (2000), 'Designing and Introducing Green Taxes: Institutional Dimensions', in Mikael Skou Andersen (ed) and Rolf-Ulrich Sprenger (ed) (eds), Market-based Instruments for Environmental Management: Politics and Institutions, Chapter 2, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 27-48 -- Arild Vatn (2000), 'Efficiency and Fairness: The Norwegian Experience with Agri-environmental Taxation', in Mikael Skou Andersen (ed) and Rolf-Ulrich Sprenger (ed) (eds), Market-based Instruments for Environmental Management: Politics and Institutions, Chapter 6, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 111-28 --  
520 |a Ecological economics is an increasingly important subject that addresses the current conflict between positive economic growth and negative environmental consequences. In this state-of-the-art two-volume set, the editors, both leading scholars in their field, have selected the most important recently published papers on the subject. This authoritative collection will be a vital resource for researchers and practitioners in ecological economics, human ecology, industrial ecology and environmental sciences 
520 |a Giuseppe Munda (2004), 'Social Multi-criteria Evaluation: Methodological Foundations and Operational Consequences', European Journal of Operational Research, 158, 662-77 -- Wendy Proctor, Chris McQuade and Anne Dekker (2006), 'Managing Environmental and Health Risks from a Lead and Zinc Smelter: An Application of Deliberative Multi-Criteria Evaluation', in G. Herath (ed) and T. Prato (ed) (eds), Using Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis in Natural Resource Management, Chapter 4, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 61-74 -- Rudolf S. de Groot, Matthew A. Wilson and Roelof M.J. Boumans (2002), 'A Typology for the Classification, Description and Valuation of Ecosystem Functions, Goods and Services', Ecological Economics, 41, 393-408 -- R. Kerry Turner, Jouni Paavola, Philip Cooper, Stephen Farber, Valma Jessamy and Stavros Georgiou (2003), 'Valuing Nature: Lessons Learned and Future Research Directions', Ecological Economics, 46, 493-510 --  
520 |a Reyer Gerlagh, Rob Dellink, Marjan Hofkes and Harmen Verbruggen (2002), 'A Measure of Sustainable National Income for the Netherlands', Ecological Economics, 41, 157-74 -- Philip A. Lawn (2003), 'A Theoretical Foundation to Support the Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW), Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) and Other Related Indexes', Ecological Economics, 44, 105-18 
520 |a Mathis Wackernagel, Justin Kitzes, Dan Moran, Steven Goldfinger and Mary Thomas (2006), 'The Ecological Footprint of Cities and Regions: Comparing Resource Availability with Resource Demand', Environment and Urbanization, 18(1), April, 103-12 -- Jesus Ramos-Martin, Mario Giampietro and Kozo Mayumi (2007), 'On China's Exosomatic Energy Metabolism: An Application of Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal Metabolism (MSIASM)', Ecological Economics, 63, 174-91 
520 |a Dale S. Rothman (1998), 'Environmental Kuznets Curves - Real Progress or Passing the Buck? A Case for Consumption-based Approaches', Ecological Economics, 25, 177-94 -- David I. Stern (2004), 'The Rise and Fall of the Environmental Kuznets Curve', World Development, 32 (8), 1419-39 -- Peter Victor, J. Edward Hanna and A. Kubursi (1998), 'How Strong is Weak Sustainability?', in Sylvie Faucheux (ed), Martin O'Connor (ed) and Jan Van der Straaten (ed) (eds), Sustainable Development: Concepts, Rationalities and Strategies, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 195-210 -- Simon Dietz and Eric Neumayer (2006), 'A Critical Appraisal of Genuine Savings as an Indicator of Sustainability', in Philip Lawn (ed) (ed.), Sustainable Development Indicators in Ecological Economics, Chapter 6, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, 117-35 -- Daniel W. Bromley (1998), 'Searching for Sustainability: The Poverty of Spontaneous Order', Ecological Economics, 24, 231-40 --  
520 |a Robert U. Ayres (2004), 'On the Life Cycle Metaphor: Where Ecology and Economics Diverge', Ecological Economics, 48, 425-38 -- John O'Neill (2004), 'Ecological Economics and the Politics of Knowledge: The Debate Between Hayek and Neurath', Cambridge Journal of Economics, 28 (3), 431-47 -- Simon A. Levin, Scott Barrett, Sara Aniyar, William Baumol and Christopher Bliss (1998), 'Resilience in Natural and Socioeconomic Systems', Environment and Development Economics, Policy Forum, 3, 222-35 -- Charles Perrings (1998), 'Resilience in the Dynamics of Economy-Environment Systems', Environmental and Resource Economics, 11 (3-4), 503-20 -- Carl Folke, Fikret Berkes and Johan Colding (1998), 'Ecological Practices and Social Mechanisms for Building Resilience and Sustainability', in Fikret Berkes and Carl Folke (ed) (eds), Linking Social and Ecological Systems: Management Practices and Social Mechanisms for Building Resilience, Chapter 16, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 414-36 --  
520 |a Marilyn Waring (2003), 'Counting for Something! Recognising Women's Contribution to the Global Economy Through Alternative Accounting Systems', Gender and Development, 11 (1), May, 35-43 -- Silvio O. Funtowicz and Jerome R. Ravetz (1994), 'The Worth of a Songbird: Ecological Economics as a Post-Normal Science', Ecological Economics, 10, 197-207 -- Joan Martinez-Alier, Giuseppe Munda and John O'Neill (1998), 'Weak Comparability of Values as a Foundation for Ecological Economics', Ecological Economics, 26, 277-86 -- Joan Martinez-Alier (2001), 'Ecological Conflicts and Valuation: Mangroves versus Shrimps in the Late 1990s', Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19, 713-28 -- Federico Aguilera-Klink, Eduardo Pérez-Moriana and Juan Sánchez-García (2000), 'The Social Construction of Scarcity. The Case of Water in Tenerife (Canary Islands)', Ecological Economics, 34, 233-45 --