Item description for Economics of the Environment: Theory and Policy by Horst Siebert...
The book interprets nature and the environment as a scare resource. It offers a theoretical study of the allocation problem and describes different policy approaches to the environmental problem. The entire spectrum of the allocation issue is studied: The use of the environment in a static context, international and trade aspects of environmental allocation, the regional dimension, environmental use over time and under uncertainty. The book incorporates a variety of economic approaches. As special features, the book presents international and regional aspects of international and regional aspects of environmental allocation, environmental use over time,i.e., the accumulation of pollutants, transfrontier pollution, and environmental risks.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.42" Width: 6.46" Height: 0.95" Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Release Date Aug 15, 1998
ISBN 3540639217 ISBN13 9783540639213
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More About Horst Siebert
Horst Siebert is President Emeritus of the Kiel Institute for World Economics, Steven Muller Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University, and Jelle Zijlstra Professorial Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies. He previously served as a member of the German government's Council of Economic Advisors for twelve years. He is the author of "The World Economy, Economics of the Environment," and the author or editor of numerous other books.
Horst Siebert was born in 1938 and died in 2009 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany.