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Economics and the Environment, 6th Editionby Eban S. Goodstein (Bard Center for Environmental Policy; The National Teach-In)
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Table of Contents
|Four Economic Questions about Global Warming|
|How Much Pollution Is Too Much?|
|Ethics and Economics|
|Pollution and Resource Degradation as Externalities|
|The Efficiency Standard|
|The Safety Standard|
|Sustainability: A Neoclassical View|
|Sustainability: An Ecological View|
|Measuring the Benefits of Environmental Protection|
|Measuring the Costs of Environmental Protection|
|Benefit-Cost in Practice: Implementing the Efficiency Standard|
|Is More Really Better? Consumption and Welfare|
|Is Government Up To The Job?|
|The Political Economy of Environmental Regulation|
|An Overview of Environmental Legislation|
|The Regulatory Record: Achievements and Obstacles|
|Monitoring and Enforcement|
|How Can We Do Better?|
|Incentive-Based Regulation: Theory|
|Incentive-Based Regulation: Practice|
|Promoting Clean Technology: Theory|
|Energy Policy and the Environment|
|Can We Resolve Global Issues?|
|Poverty, Population, and the Environment|
|Environmental Policy in Poor Countries|
|The Economics of Global Agreements|
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