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Integrating The Environment and The Economy: Proceedings of June 1994 Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Workshop (1995)

Paper Number: EE-0126

Document Date: 09/01/1995

Author(s):  Editor: Ed Morey for Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.

Subject Area(s): Economic Analysis, Benefits Analysis, Sustainable Development, Environmental Accounting

Keywords: Economic Analysis, Benefits Analysis, Sustainable Development, Environmental Accounting

Abstract: 

This document contains the proceedings for the 1994 Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Workshop on integrating environmental concepts and goals with sustainable development and economic growth concepts and policies. The workshop was held June 5 and 6 in Boulder, CO and session topics included Sustainability: Extensions and Issues, Issues in Environmental Accounting, and Economic/Ecological Modeling and Ecosystem Valuation. The papers presented and included in these proceedings are the following: 

  • "Neoclassical Economic Growth Theory and 'Sustainability'" by Michael A. Toman, John Pezzey, and Jeffrey Krautkraemer
  • "Sustainability and Constant Consumption Paths in Open Economies with Exhaustible Resource" by John M. Hartwick
  • "Rethinking Sustainability" by Peter W. Kennedy
  • "Intergenerational Welfare Economics and Environmental Policy" by Richard C. Bishop and Richard T. Woodward
  • "The United Nations Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting System: An Environmental Economics Perspective" by Anne Grambsch and R. Gregory Michaels
  • "Accounting for the Environment in Agriculture" by Jim Hrubovcak, Michael LeBlanc, and Kelly Eakin
  • "Some Issues Related to Ecological and Economic Modeling of Ecosystem 'Landscapes'" by Nancy Bockstael and Jackie Geoghegan
  • "Valuing Biodiversity for Use in Pharmaceutical Research" by R. David Simpson 

This report is part of the  Environmental Economics Research Inventory.

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