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Environmental and Resource Economics : Selected Essays of Anthony C. Fisher : New Horizons in Environmental Economics - Anthony C. Fisher

Environmental and Resource Economics : Selected Essays of Anthony C. Fisher

New Horizons in Environmental Economics

Hardcover Published: January 1995
ISBN: 9781852789749
Number Of Pages: 416

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This important volume features essays dealing with a wide range of theoretical, measurement and policy issues in environmental and resource economics. Anthony Fisher is an internationally acclaimed environmental economist whose work combines relevance with intellectual rigour.
The integration of environmental considerations into decisions about extractive resources has been a central theme of Professor Fisher's work. The essays in this collection range from exercises in the pure theory of resource depletion to applications of theoretical and empirical techniques on the management of energy and water resources. Particular attention is given to uncertainty about environmental values and the irreversibility of certain kinds of resource depletion.
Featuring work on a wide range of topics and adopting a breadth of approaches, Environmental and Resource Economics will be welcomed by researchers, practitioners and policy makers.

The Environment in Economics: A Surveyp. 3
The Exploitation of Extractive Resources: A Surveyp. 36
Natural Resourcesp. 77
The Economics of Environmental Preservation: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysisp. 83
An Econometric Evaluation of a Generalized Consumer Surplus Measure: The Mineral King Controversyp. 98
Averting Behavior and External Diseconomiesp. 116
Valuing the Environment as Inputp. 148
Valuing Long Run Ecological Consequences and Irreversibilitiesp. 159
Environmental Preservation, Uncertainty, and Irreversibilityp. 172
Resource Conservation, Environmental Preservation, and the Rate of Discountp. 180
Quasi-Option Value: Some Misconceptions Dispelledp. 195
Environmental Damages and Option Valuesp. 203
Information and the Dynamics of Environmental Protection: The Concept of the Critical Periodp. 217
Environmental Externalities and the Arrow-Lind Public Investment Theoremp. 235
A Paradox in the Theory of Public Investmentp. 239
On Measures of Natural Resource Scarcityp. 245
Discovery, Technical Change and Measures of Resource Scarcityp. 275
Exploration and Scarcityp. 278
Nonconvexity, Efficiency and Equilibrium in Exhaustible Resource Depletionp. 293
Energy in a Regional Economy: A Computable General Equilibrium Model for Californiap. 305
Energy Taxes and Economic Performance: A Regional General Equilibrium Analysisp. 323
Market Failure and Energy Policy: A Rationale for Selective Conservationp. 328
Population and Environmental Qualityp. 341
Integrating Fishery and Water Resource Management: A Biological Model of a California Salmon Fisheryp. 358
Name indexp. 387
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ISBN: 9781852789749
ISBN-10: 1852789743
Series: New Horizons in Environmental Economics
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: January 1995
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 16.51  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.76

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