Current Issues in Ecological Economics series

Series editors: Sylvie Faucheux, Martin O'Connor, Université de Versailles-Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France, John Proops, formerly of Keele University, UK and Jan van der Straaten, European Centre for Nature Conservation, The Netherlands and formerly of Tilburg University, The Netherlands

The field of ecological economics has emerged as a result of the need for all social sciences to be brought together in new ways to respond to global environmental problems. This major series aims to present and define the state-of-the-art in this young and yet fast-developing discipline.

This series cuts through the vast literature on the subject to present the key tenets and principal problems, techniques and solutions in ecological economics. It is the essential starting point for any practical or theoretical analysis of economy-environment interactions and will provide the basis for future developments within the discipline.

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