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The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2002/2003

A Survey of Current Issues Edited by Tom Tietenberg, Mitchell Family Professor of Economics, Colby College, US and Henk Folmer, Professor of Research Methodology, Groningen University and Professor of General Economics, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
The literature and research on environmental and resource economics has exploded in recent years. This major annual publication provides a cutting-edge survey of current research by the leading experts in the field.
Extent: 448 pp
Paperback Price: $92.00 Web: $73.60
Publication Date: 2003
ISBN: 978 1 84376 213 3
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Publication Date: 2002
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  • Economics and Finance
  • Environmental Economics
  • Environment
  • Environmental Economics
The literature and research on environmental and resource economics has exploded in recent years. This major annual publication provides a cutting-edge survey of current research by the leading experts in the field. The Yearbook includes contributions on:

• climate change policy
• general equilibrium models in environmental and resource economics
• hedonic property value techniques for policy and litigation
• progress and problems in the economics of sustainability
• valuing the health effects of pollution
• the economics of carbon sequestration in agricultural soils
• tradable permits for air quality
• linking environmental ethics and environmental policy.
‘The editors are to be commended for originating this series and for engaging the collaboration of eminent specialists in their subdisciplines.’
– Robert E. Kohn, Water, Air and Soil Pollution
Contributors: A. Alberini, J.M. Antle, C. Carraro, K. Conrad, D. Harrison Jr., A. Krupnick, B.A. McCarl, B.A. Minteer, B. Norton, R.B. Palmquist, J.C.V. Pezzey, V.K. Smith, M.A. Toman
Contents: Preface 1. Climate Change Policy: Models, Controversies and Strategies 2. Computable General Equilibrium Models in Environmental and Resource Economics 3. The Use of Hedonic Property Value Techniques for Policy and Litigation 4. Progress and Problems in the Economics of Sustainability 5. Valuing the Health Effects of Pollution 6. The Economics of Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils 7. Tradable Permits for Air Quality and Climate Change 8. From Environmental Ethics to Environmental Public Philosophy: Ethicists and Economists, 1973–Future Index