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This list relates to the semester Semester 2 2017 which ended on 31/12/2017
  1. Lecture 1 - Introduction 2 items
    1. Environmental economics & management: theory, policy, and applications - Scott J. Callan, Janet M. Thomas 2013

      Book Recommended Read chapters 1 & 2. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. What is ecological economics? - Robert Costanza 1989

      Article Recommended

  2. Lecture 2 - Market Failure & the Environment 3 items
    1. Environmental economics & management: theory, policy, and applications - Scott J. Callan, Janet M. Thomas 2013

      Book Recommended Read chapter 3. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. Environmental economics: an introduction - Barry C. Field, Martha K. Field 2013

      Book Recommended Read Chapters 4 & 5. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    3. The Tragedy of the Commons - Garrett Hardin 1968

      Article Recommended

  3. Lecture 3: Environmental Management Mechanisms 3 items
    1. Environmental economics & management: theory, policy, and applications - Scott J. Callan, Janet M. Thomas 2013

      Book Recommended Read Chapters 4 and 5. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. Road Pricing, the Economy and the Environment - Chris Jensen-Butler, Brigitte Sloth, Morten Marott Larsen, Bjarne Madsen 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read chapter 4: The London Congestion Charging Scheme: The Evidence

    3. Offsets for land clearing: No net loss or the tail wagging the dog? - Philip Gibbons, David B. Lindenmayer 04/2007

      Article Recommended

  4. Lecture 4 - Sustainability and resilience 4 items
    1. Elements of ecological economics - Ralf Eriksson, Jan Otto Andersson 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read chapter 5: Ecological economics: the science of sustainability

    2. The relationship between resilience and sustainability of ecological-economic systems - Sandra Derissen, Martin F. Quaas, Stefan Baumgärtner 2011-4

      Article Further

  5. Lecture 5: Population, Economic Growth & the Environment 5 items
    1. Changes in human population structure: Implications for biodiversity conservation - Jianguo Liu, Zhiyun Ouyang, Yingchun Tan, Jian Yang 1999-9

      Article Recommended

    2. Chapter 19: Economic Development and the Environment - Barry C. Field, Martha K. Field 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Chapter 20: Poverty, Population, and the Environment - Eban S Goodstein 2011

      Chapter Recommended

  6. Lecture 6 - Global Environment Issues 2 items
    1. Garnaut Climate Change Review: final report - Ross Garnaut 2008

      Book Further

    2. The economics of climate change: the Stern Review - N. H. Stern, Great Britain. Treasury 2007

      Book Recommended

  7. Lecture 7: Motives, Ethics and Discounting 3 items
    1. Elements of ecological economics - Ralf Eriksson, Jan Otto Andersson 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read chapter 3: Ethics and ecological economics

    2. Environmental economics & management: theory, policy, and applications - Scott J. Callan, Janet M. Thomas 2013

      Book Recommended Read chapter 9: Benefit-Cost Analysis In Environmental Decision Making (first section on present value determination). High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

    3. Natural resource and environmental economics - Roger Perman 2011

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 9. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

  8. Lecture 8 - The Economics of Ecosystem Services 6 items
    1. What Is Ecosystem Management? - R. Edward Grumbine 03/1994

      Article Recommended

  9. Week 9: Environmental Valuation 1 item
    1. Natural resource and environmental economics - Roger Perman 2011

      Book Recommended Read chapter 12. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

  10. Lecture 10 & 11 - Project Appraisal Techniques 4 items
    1. Multicriteria Analysis: Applications to Water and Environment Management - Mahdi Zarghami, Ferenc Szidarovszky, SpringerLink (Online service) 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read chapter 1: Introduction to Multicriteria Decision Analysis

    2. Cost-benefit analysis and the environment: recent developments - D. W. Pearce, Giles Atkinson, Susana Mourato, OECD. c2006

      Book Recommended

  11. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.