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ISBN:
0792380924
Author:
H.W. Gottinger
Category:
Business & Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; 1 edition (April 30, 1998)
Pages:
372 pages
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Global Environmental Economics. Authors: Gottinger, .

Global Environmental Economics. price for USA in USD (gross). 7. 2 Cumulative Pollutants and the Rate of Economic Growth 217 7. 3 Economic Growth in an Unregulated Economy 223 7. 4 Economic Growth in a Degrading Economy 231 7. 5 Economic Growth in the Spaceship Economy 237 7. 6 Dynamic Equilibrium in the Spaceship Economy 248 7. 7 An Evaluation of the Model and some Conclusions 254 7. 8 Some Long-Term.

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Global Environmental Economics is an integrated economic assessment of GHG emissions impacting economic growth and welfare change along major considerations of uncertainty, technological change and cooperation. With this focus the book distinguishes itself uniquely from other economic analytic approaches in the field that have appeared in the past few years. Gottinger Springer 9781461374824 : 3 Economic Growth in an Unregulated Economy 223 7. 5 Economic Growth in t. Кол-во: Наличие: Поставка под заказ. Есть в наличии на складе поставщика. Склад Англия: 989 шт. Склад Америка: 76 шт. При оформлении заказа до: Ориентировочная дата поставки: Добавить в корзину.

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Global Environmental Economics and Economic Growth. 8. Optimal Economic Growth when CO2 Constraints are Critical. 9. Uncertainty, Value of Information and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. 10. Decentralized Control of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Co-ordination and Co-operation. Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. References. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Global Environmental Economics chapters 1 - 8. Book · October 2018 with 28 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication. Hans-Werner Gottinger. The major purpose of this book is to contribute to better economic policy analysis through improvements in models studying the economic im pacts of CO2 and other greenhouse gases, and to show ways in which economic instruments can effectively be put to use to alleviate such problems (Date mid-1990s). ISBN 10: 0792380924, ISBN 13: 9780792380924. Published by Springer, 1998. Used Condition: Very Good

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The major purpose of this book is to contribute to better economic policy analysis through improvements in models studying the economic impacts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases, and to show ways in which economic instruments can effectively be put to use to alleviate such problems. Global Environmental Economics is an integrated economic assessment of GHG emissions impacting economic growth and welfare change along major considerations of uncertainty, technological change and cooperation. A theoretical treatment of the issues is emphasized, using modern tools of economic theory and based on `simple' models that yield illustrative results in terms of `what-if' questions. With this focus the book distinguishes itself uniquely from other economic analytic approaches in the field that have appeared in the past few years. It focuses on the analysis, control and optimization of modelling forms rather than the collection and analysis of data. More concretely, the book searches for optimal fossil fuel use, research and technology policies rather than prediction of the future. The collection appeals to researchers interested in environmental economics, economic theory, and mathematical methods (in particular optimal-control theory) and economic growth.